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SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY. 



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J. 3F» JSt I 3Ft C 3ES 




IMPORTER AKD DEALER IN 



FURltflTUREf 

115 & 117 O^LIFORiSriA. STREET, 

Between Montgomery and Sansome, San Francisco. 

Latest Styles of Sofas, Bureaus, Tables, Chairs, Chamber Sets, Bedsteads, Bedding. 

The Trade Supplied at the Lowest "Wholesale Prices. 



ADVERTISING AGENCY 

No. 172 MONTGOMERY STREET, 



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Between Washington and Jackson, up-stairs, 1 
Opposite Lyceum Theatre, j 



Daily Bee, Sacramento. Daily Appeal, Marysville. Daily Argus, Stockton. 

Nevada National, Grass Valley. Napa Co. Times, Napa. Mariposa star. Mariposa. 

Butte Democrat, Oroville. San Jose Telegraph, San Jose. San Andreas Independent, S. A. 

Mountain Messenger, La Porte. Alameda Herald, Oakland. Columbia Nous. Columbia. 

Placer Courier, Forest Hill. Contra Costa Gazette, Martinez. Territorial Enterprise, Carson Valley. 

Northern Californian, Union. Santa Cruz News, Santa Cruz. Alameda Co. Gazette, San l.eandro. 

Coloma Times, Coloma. Petaluma Argus, Petaluma. Democratic Age, Sonora. 

Mooney's Express, Folsom. Sonoma Co. Democrat, Santa Rosa. Arizonian, Tucson, Arizona. 

Plumas Standard, Quincy. Solano Co. Herald. Suisun. Stow's Reporter, Sacrain 

DAILY HERALD, San Francisco. Los Angeles Star, Los Angeles. Dispatch, Laocha Plana. 

Daily Le Phare San Francisco. Daily Oregon Advertiser. 

Police Gazette do. Oregonian, Portland. 

LeHinenr do. Oregon Farmer, Oregon. 

Hutchings' Magazine do. Dalles Journal, Dall 

California Cultuiist do. man, Salem. 

ADVERTISING IN THE ATLANTIC STATES. 

C. A. C. will also attend to forwarding advertisements to papers published in any portion of the Atlauti 



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SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY. 







STEAMSHIP COMPANY 




IFOIR, 



NEW YORK AND NEW ORLEANS 

££} 22 222, zm c^ c o» 9 




CONNECTING WITH THE STEAMERS OF THE 



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PACIFIC STEAMSHIP CO. 



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U. S. MAIL LINE for GARDNER CITY, (Umpqna River,) EUREKA, 
(Humboldt Bay), CRESCENT CITY, and PORT ORFORD. Leaves imme- 
diately after the arrival of the Atlantic Mails. Steamer COLUMBIA. 

U. S. MAIL LINE for PORTLAND, (0. T.) and PORT TOWNSEND, 
(W. T.) Leaves immediately after the arrival of the Atlantic Mails. Steamers 
PANAMA and CORTES. 



FORBES & BABCOCK. 

A&EWTS. 

CORNER OF SACRAMENTO AND LEIDESDORFF STS, 

San Francisco. 



SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY. V 

CuA.Xj.XF'OXlIVIjaL 

STEAM NAVIGATION CO. 

Organized March 1, 1854 Capital Stock, $2,500,000. 

The following are the OFFICERS for the year 1860-61 : 

President, JA8. "WHITNEY, Jb.; Vice President, RICH® M. JESSTJP; Secretory, WILLIAM 
NORRIS: Directors, SAM'L J. HENSLEY, JAMES WHITNEY, .In.. ALFRED REDINGTON, 
E. V. JOICE, WILLIAM NORRIS, R. M. JESSE?, B. M. HARTSHORNE, JOHN BENSLEY, 
and F. K LoW. Agents, Sacramento, ALFRED REDINGTON and WILLIAM H. TAYLOR: 

Marvsvilk", HENRY G1LMAX; Red Bluff, JAMES S. JOHNSTON; Stockton, J. S. PRATT. 



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IDeXDa-rtixxr© from Broadxray TVliarf 

CABftYKKGl tfco MUTED STATES MAILS, 

Steamer CHRYSOPOLIS Capt. E. C. M. Chadwick 

Steamer ANTELOPE Capt. E. A. Poole 

Steamer ECLIPSE 

St?amer NEW WORLD 

Steamer HELEN HENSLEY Capt. E. Z. Clark 

Steamer J. BRAGDON '. .Capt. D. B. Mosby 

Steamer CORNELIA Capt. E. Conklin 

ONE OF THE ABOVE STEAMERS WILL LEAVE 

EVERY DAY, at Pour o'clock, P. M. 

(Sundays excepted,) for 
Connecting with light draught Steamers for 

MARYSVILLE, COLUSA AND RED BLUFF. 

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California Steam Navigation Company's Line of Steamships 

ON NORTHERN AND SOUTHERN COAST. 
Steamship BR0. JONATHAN Geo. W. Staples f Commander 

(1360 Tons.) 

Steamship PACIFIC, (1003 Tons). . . . C. P. Patterson, Commander 

KUNMING TO 

CRESCENT CITY, PORTLAND, Oregon, and VICTORIA, Vancouver's Island. 

Steamship SENATOR Thos. W. Seeley, Commander, 

RUNNING Regularly to SAN LUIS OBISPO, SANTA BARBARA, SAN 
PEDRO, (LOS ANGELES,) and SAN DIEGO. 

For further particulars apply at the Office of the Company, 
Corner of JACKSON and FRONT STREETS, SAN FRANCISCO. 

JAS. WHITNEY, Jr., President. 



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BAN KUAN CISCO DIRECTORY. 



WELLS, FARGO & CO. 




CAPITAL, 



$600,000. 



TO ALL PARTS OF CALIFORNIA ; 

To Crescent City, Oregon, and the Southern Coast; 

TRI-MONTHLY, 



TO THE 



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IN CHARGE OF SPECIAL MESSENGERS, 
BY THE PANAMA STEAMERS, 

Connecting in NEW YORK with the 

AMERICAN EXPRESS COMPANY WEST and CANADA WEST 

UNITED STATES EXPRESS COMPANY SOUTH and WEST 

HARNDEN EXPRESS COMPANY EAST and SOUTH 

NATIONAL EXPRESS COMPANY NORTH and CANADA EAST 



EXCECA-JSTGE 

On all the PRINCIPAL CITIES in the United States and Canada ; Royal 
Rank of Ireland, Dublin, and Union Rank of London, London. 



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GENERAL EXPRESS BUSINESS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. 



LOUIS McLANE, 

GENERAL AGENT FOE CAILFORNIA, 
N. W. corner Montgomery and California Streets. 



SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY. 



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IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS IN 











AND 



FURNISHING GOODS, 

No. 84 BATTERY STREET, 

S,A.N FEANCISCO. 



Constantly on hand, a full and complete Assortment of 

afe $ §mt$ patent 

WHICH WILL BE SOLD AT THE 

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The Stock comprises at all times the 



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EST AID BEST SELECTED GOODS 






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MEROHANTS VISITING- THE CITY 

Will find it to their advantage to call before purchasing else- 
where. Every article warranted, both as to make, fit and quality. 
IW ORDERS RESPECTFULLY SOLICITED. 



[SUCCESSORS TO JOHNSON, CANFIELD & CO.] 



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SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY 



WM. T. COLEMAN & CO. 




HIBCfHiyiSiL 



Corner Front and California Streets, 

No. 88 WALL STREET, NEW YORK. 

Agents for "Coleman's California Line" of Clippers, 

FROM NEW YORK TO SAN FRANCISCO. 



FLINT, PEABODY & CO. 



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1 & SHIPPING MERCHANTS 






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AND 3STO. 134 STATE STREET, BOSTON 

Agents of Glidden & Williams' Line of Clippers from Boston. 
Eugene Kelly, Daniel T. Murphy, Joseph A. Donohue, Adam Grant, Thos. Breeze. 

EUGENE KELLY & CO. 

IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS OF 

DEI GOODS AID CLOTHIIG, 

CORNER SANSOME AND SACRAMENTO STREETS, 



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SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY. IX 

RUTHERFORD, XX^IFLIFtlS c*3 OO. 

JOBBERS J^JSTJD RETAILERS UNT 

tSf. 

SOLE LEATHER & SHOE FINDINGS, 

NO. 114 BATTERY, NEAR WASHINGTON. 

GODCHAUX BROTHERS, 

IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS OF 
©3 SAKTSOME STREET, TT;£>-srt£l.lx»st, 

GODCHAUX FRERES, GODCHAUX BROS. & CO. 

Paris, 90 Rue Chateau d'Eau. Sacramento, Cor. J and 5th Streets. 

HENRY SCHRODER & CO. 

142 JACKSON STREET, - - - SAN FRANCISCO. 

ACg-HST'SS 2GP@IB 

PINET, CASTILLON &< CO., Cognac.CooNAc Bbanmes. A. SEIGNETTE, Larochclle....RocHELLE Brandies; 

TH. HINE &, CO., Jarnao Do. Do. C. DTJPONT, Do Do. Do. 

H. BURGAUD, Mauso Do. Do. G. PRELLER 8o CO., Bordeaux Claret. 

B. BERT &/ CO., Bordeaux, Counac, Ret> & \Vuite Wines. RUTNART, PERE & FILS, Rheinis...CHAMPAGNE. 
P. J. DE TENET &> ED. DE GEORGES, Bordeaux, Claret. 
« » » 

CONSTANTLY ON HAND, CHOICE QUALITIES OF 

Champagne; Chateau Laflitto: Chateau Margaux; Chateau Leoville; Cos. Destournel ; Oruaud Larose; Cantenac ; 

Perganeon; Hant Sauterne; Chateau Y quern; Cliateau Deyme; Cognac; Absinthe; Vermouth; Brandy 

Fruits; I'ruits in Juice; Sardines in Oil; Olive and Capers; Oreen Peas; Mustard; etc., etc. 



THE HIGHEST CASH PRICE PAID FOR CHOICE HIDES. 

jo seTiTboston, 

90 WASHINGTON STREET, 

Near Battery, SAS3" IFIBJITOIISCS®© 

DEPOT F O !R 

KIRBY, JONES & CO'S TANNERY. 

IMPORTER AND DEALER IN ALL KINDS OF 

MATHER All PATENT MATHER CLOTH, 

Direct from the Manufacturers iu France and the Atlantic States. 



SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTOHY. 



IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN 



No. 6 CALIFORNIA BLOCK, CALIFORNIA STREET, 

Between Battery and Front, 



B. HOBAKT, Jr 
J. HOBABT. 



*S" OPtlDEPtS T>Tl01s&J?TIL.-*5r FILLED. 



SAMUEL C. BRADSHAW, Jr. T. T. BRADSHAW 

BRADSHAW & CO. 

IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALE DEALERS IN 

GROCERIES, LIQUORS and PROVISIONS 

Corner California and Sansome Streets, San Francisco. 

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Steamers, Ships, Hotels and Family Stores, in every variety and choicest qualities. 

*S- OiRDEIRS FILLED -A.T SHORT NOTICE. 

W. H. * D. M. MOORE, 

mm & ml wmm 

58 HALLECK STREET, 

Rear of the American Exchange, HSaaaa £S a a*aiaii>sa.s3©<E><» 



MANUFACTURERS OF ALL KINDS OF 

Brass, Zinc, Anti-Friction or Babbet Metal Castings 

\?©m\E MO® LLW IFdJJEfllF! 



Steam, Liquor, Soda, Oil and Water Cocks, Hose Couplings 

AND ALL KINDS OF 
HYDRAULIC PIPES AND NOZZLES. 

WATER FOUNTAINS FOB GARDENS, aU sizes ! 



SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY. 



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M. LANZENBEKG, Paris. JOHN HAHN, 8an Pranoitoo. 

LANZENBEEG & CO. 






IMPORTERS OF 



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CASSIMERES, VESTINGS, VALENCINE, 

TAILORS' TRIMMINGS, HAT & CAP TRIMMINGS, ETC. 
No. 174 Clay Street, San Francisco. 

«p- COUNTRY ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. 

GEAVES & WILLIAMS, 

3P* ^tjETJE "I" 



Nos. 67, 69 and 71 Merchant Street, 



OPPOSITE "WASHINGTON MARKET," 



JAMES GRAVES, 
H. P. WILLIAMS 



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SAN ERAWCISCO. 



HARTSHORN & GRARY, 

COAL MERCH ANTS. 

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CS> 53fa jja jj o rtg> 9 

Corner of BROADWAY and FRONT STREETS, 

POLLACK BROTHERS, 

No. 87 CALIFORNIA STREET, San Francisco, 



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IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS OF 



ETC. ETC ETC. 



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Agents for A. M. Pollack's celebrated Water-proof Fancy Saloon Matches. 

(LEOPOLD POLLACK, San Francisco.) (JOSEPH POLLACK, New York.) 



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SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY 



JOE. WOOLL & SUTHBlLAil 



MANUFACTURERS OF 



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PICTURE FRAMES 

IMPORTERS OP 

Jretttjj pate §lmt$, jfrntdj |)Iafc 6fass for Sftinbofos, 
LITHOGRAPHS, ARTISTS' MATERIALS, ETC. 

No. 82 MONTGOMERY STREET, 

NEAR CALIFORNIA, 



T. DFLOIDGi-ESiJFLS JOHNSON, 

ODD FELLOWS' HALL, 
Corner BUSH and KEARNY STREETS, SAN FRANCISCO, 



IMPORTER OF ALL KINDS OF 



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FRINGES, COEDS, TASSELS, LACES, BRAIDS, STARS. 

MANUFACTURER OF 

Regalia, Banners, Flags, Costumes, Military Embroidery, Robes, Caps, 
. Seals, and all goods required by Societies, Military and Civic 
Processions, — AT EASTERN PRICES. 

JOHN MCDON-^LD cfe CO. 

DEALERS IN 

CARPBTS, PAPBR-HAN&ING8, Oil CLOTHS 

Damasks, Cornices, 'Window Shades, Bands, Loops, Gimps, Mattings, etc. 

Paints, Oils, Gold Leaf, Glue, Artists' Colors, Brushes, Varnishes, Japan, etc. 

No. 20 SECOND STREET, near Market, San Francisco. 
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Estimates for Painting, Paper-Hanging & Upholstery Work, furnished from Plans & Specifications. 
I»-A.I2SrTS of all Colors, mixed ready for use. 

/©"ALL WORK NEATLY AND PROMPTLY EXECUTED. 



SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY. 



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FRENCH, WILSON & CO. 

No. 115 SACRAMENTO STREET, 

Opposite the Pacific Mail Steamship Co.'s Office, %AM KAKE2M1, 
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN 

F IIST E CUSTOM 





AND 



FURNISHING GOODS 

Manufacturers— 102 Liberty Street, New York. 

GARMENTS OF THE FINEST MATERIAL 

fiyy ^x, re^ra^t ( ££><2D ro^rg^rB^rrgtrif a^ 



f^p™ Country Dealers buyiDg for cash, would do well to 
call and see our Goods and learn our prices before making a 
selection elsewhere. 

P. S. — Every Garment warranted well made. 



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Sansoine Street, opposite American Theatre, San Francisco. 



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The AMERICAN EXCHANGE is now permanently Raised to the Grade! 

Leaving two fine granite steps to the Office Floor from the Sidewalk. This grand 
Improvement to the Exchange was completed in May, 1859. 

DNTES'W FUR.NITTJRE. 

J9Sf The AMERICAN EXCHANGE has recently been re-furniehcd with 100 French Elizabethan Style Bedsteads ; 
300 Fino Feather Pillows; 100 best Curled Hair Mattresses; 200 Feather Bolsters; 200 Premium Spring Mattresses. 
This old established Hotel is now furnished throughout the House with 
PTIEMIUIVI SFXUCNGr IVEiLTTIUiSSIIS. 

A NEW ADDITION TO THE EXCHANGE OF SIXTY ROOMS! 

Furnished in the best style. Also a large number of fine Family Booms. 

■©SJ^This Hotel is Fire-proof, and has 180 hard-finished Booms. Ladies' Entrance to the Hotel, corner of Sansome 
and Halleck Streets. The EXCHANGE baa been entirely remodeled, painted and renovated throughout. The Pro- 
prietor will leave nothing undone to make the guests comfortable while stopping at this Hotel. Prices reasonable. 

THE PROPRIETOR SETS THE BEST TABLE IN THE STATE. 

The EXCHANGE COACH will always be in readiness to convey Passengers to and from the Hotel. 

SIMON H. SEYMOUR, Proprietor. 



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SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY. 



EST AIBLISHEID 1859, 



ASSAY OFFICE OF Gk W. BELL, 

PARROTT'S IRON BUILDING, 
No. 148 CALIFORNIA STREET, one door West of Montgomery, 

HOLD IT, IhmtVII PLLII 

MELTED and ASSAYED, with Correctness and Dispatch. 






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ANALYZED WITH GREAT CARE, 

In the shortest possible time, and on the most REASONABLE TERMS. 

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&S~ Having a complete CHEMICAL LABORATORY in connection with my facilities for Melting and Assaying, I 
feel confident of being able to give complete satisfaction to all who may favor me with their patronage. 



1]^- For the convenience of Parties desiring Bars early Oil Steamer Days, Deposits 
will be received on arrival of the Expresses of the Evening previous. 

BEFEBENCES: 
WELLS, FAROO & CO. PARROTT & CO. TALLANT & WILDE. FORBES & BABCOCK. 

MARK BRUMAGIM & CO. B. DAVIDSON &. CO. SATHER & CHURCH.. FRETZ & RALSTON. 

DICKSON, DeVFOLF & CO. HAVEN & JOHNSTON. FALKNER, BELL & CO. BANKS & BULL. 

D. 0. MILLS <fc CO., Sacramento. FREEMAN & CO., San Francisco. 




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CORNER OF 

Montgomery and Commercial Streets 
S~ 30«€>3L.X K 3E ,l €>rt. cfe CO. 



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No. 110 Montgomery Street, San Francisco. 



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jptaccs wuk on (Soltr gust. OMb $ars bought raft scfir. 

RETURNS MADE IN BARS OR COIN, IN SIX HOURS. 

Charges for Assaying and Smelting Gold— $2.00 below 50 oz — All above 50 oz. M of one per cent. 



SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY. 



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JOSIAH J. LECOUNT, 

IMPORTER -AJKTID UDE^iLEIR, I3ST 

cjfjrmp m& ^tttmtit JSiaftarg, 

WHOLESALE AND EETAIL, 

AT THE LOWEST CASH PRICES. 



OFFERS TO THE TRADE 

A well selected Stock of 

JWapti! and jjanrij 

GOODS, 

consisting in part of 

ENGLISH, FRENCH, 

AND 

AMERICAN 

PAPERS; 

ENGLISH DRAWING 

AND 

TRACING PAPERS. 

Plain, Adhesive, and 
Cloth Lined. 

FABEE'S 

DRAWING 

AND OTHER PENCILS. 




GOLD and SILVER 
PEWS, 

AND 

GOLD, 
STEEL and QUILL 

£8108) 

Bankers' Cases; Wallets; 
PORTE-MONNAIES. 

Fancy Bronze and Ebony 



Mahogany, Rosewood, 
and Leather 

Writing and Traveling 

COPYING and NOTARIAL 

PRESSES, STANDS, 

ETC., ETC. 



A.CCOTJISrT BOOKS, 

MANTJFAOTTJRED TO ORDER, 
Or Sold from the Shelves— All Sizes. 

ORDERS SOLICITED AND PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. 



J. J. LECOUNT, 111 and 113 MONTGOMERY STREET. 



XVI SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY. 

FEDERICO BIESTA, 

No. 129 MONTGOMEEY ST. 

FRENCH, SPANISH and ITALIAN BOOKS 

— AND — 

STATIONERY! 

— ALSO— 
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION, FROM PARIS. 



BRONZES, PORT MONNAIES, POCKET CUTLERY, 
WRITING DESKS, LADIES' & GENTLEMEN'S TOILET ARTICLES, 

ETC- ETC- ETC- 

ARTICLES FOR ARTISTS, 

PAINTERS AND DRAUGHTSMEN. 

OIL AND WATER COLORS, BRUSHES, VARNISH AND OIL, 

PALLETS, PENCILS, MATHEMATICAL BOXES, ETC. 

BRISTOL C-AJEtTOOnST. 

White and Tinted Drawing and Water-Color Paper. Landscapes, 

FLOWERS and FIGURES. ENGRAVINGS. 

ALSO 



N. B. — I am in constant receipt, by every Steamer, of goods of the above 
description, and am able, also, to promptly fulfill all orders in this line 
through my Agents in Paris. 

FEDERICO BIESTA, 

No. 129 Montgomery Street, near Sacramento. 

IgP Editorial and Publication Office of the IJEco Delia Patria. 



SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY, 



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THOMAS DAY, 

188 Montgomery Street, Corner Jackson, 

IMPORTER AND DEALER IN 

PLAIN AND OENAMENTAL 









PA 

<fa J$Jrad*8, jpapr JJfcuks, &t. 

AB FITTIMG, 

Stores, BwdMags aa<i " PraMk JMI&i&gs 

FITTED TT.P 03ST THE MOST REASONABLE TERMS. 



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ALL WOEK WAEEANTED. 



DWELLINGS FITTED DP WITH 

IRON WATER PIPES, COMMON OR GALVANIZED. 

1R0H PIPI FOE iM, WATIE @E 8TB ML 



'« 'fffl Hi \m\m '« '8 ''« m 'fell '''dill ''will "\mi 

PLATED WAEE, 

Coal Oil Lamps, Chandeliers, Etc. Etc. 



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SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY. 



N. E. Corner Montgomery and Washington Streets, 

[JP STAIRS— ENTRANCE WASHINGTON ST., A PEW DOORS BELOW MONTGOMERY, 

^ dt\ S3T 5^ □& «£^ S^ C© U. ^3 G9 G£> o 



Daily Sacramento News, Sacramento. 
Daily Evening Post Sacramento. 
Daily Express, Maiysville. 
Butte Record, Oroville. 
Sierra Citizen, Downieville. 
Placer Berald, Auburn. 
Herald. Shaata. 
Weekly Patriot, Iowa T I ill. 
Northern Journal. Yreka. 
Plumas A runs, Quincy. 
Territorial Enterprise, ('arson City. 
News. Knight's Lauding. 

Alameda Gazette, San Leandro. 
Review, Healdsburg. 

Star of the Pacific, Petalnma. 
Pacific Sentinel. Santa Cruz. 
Tribune, San Josa 
Gazette. San Mateo. 

Hesperian. San Franciseo. 
Oregon Democrat. Albany. 



Semi-Weekly Telegraph, Folsom. 

Democrat. Stockton. 
Union Democrat, Sonora. 
Calaveras chronicle, Mokelumne Hill. 
Dispatch. Lancha Plana. 
Tuolumne Courier, Columbia, 

Southern Vineyard. Los Angeles. 
Delta. Yisalia. 

Herald. Crescent City. 
Oregon Times. Portland. 
People's Press. Eugene City. Oregon. 
Oregon Union, Corral lis. 

gon Sentinel, Jacksonville. 
Oregon Argus, Oregon City. 
Oregon Farmer. Portland. 
Democratic Herald, Eugene City. 
Express, Roseburg. 

Register, Port Townsend. W. T. 
Vancouver Chronicle. 

British Colonist. Victoria. 
New Westminster Times. B. C. 



A. S. ROSENBAUM & CO. 

IMPORTERS OP 

mm Q£miM w<mi% 

TOBACCO, Etc. 
Corner Clay and Battery Streets, San Francisco. 



3STO- 112 "WATER STREET, 3STE-W "5TOR.I5:. 

Jas. E. Wainwright. T. C. D. Olmstead. 

JAMES E. WAINWRIGHT & CO. 

Real Estate, Stock and Merchandise Auctioneers. 

OFFICE AND SALESROOM : 

No. 144 Washington Street, below Montgomery, corner of Jones Alley. 

Special Sales of Property tor Administrators, Executors, Guardians, Mortgagees, 
Trustees, etc. made whenever required, according to law. 

Household Furniture and Out-Door Sales made in any part of the City. 

Conditions of Sales of Real Estate — Titles subject to legal examination. 
Terms given on clay of sale. Acts of sale at purchaser's expense. 

(^•Particular attention paid to LEASING PROPERTY and the Collection of RENTS. 



SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY, 



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SAN FRANCISCO 






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Are prepared to execute all kinds of 







IN CONNECTION WITH THEIR 



""WjA.'QP'aEXl JMX.AXJST& . 

At short notice, and in the most satisfactory manner 



in if in i 



Suitable for the Head of Water in various parts of the City, 
coiixrsT^isrTT-rs- oust ts^a^tjd- 



IW Architects drawing up specifications for Plumbing, and all 
parties introducing Water Pipes into their premises, will receive 
at the office of the Works any information regarding the weights 
and sizes of Pipe proper for different localities. 



Office, 194 Montgomery Street 



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SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY 



CASH PAID FOR 

WOOLEN AND COTTON RAGS, PAPER, 

COPPER, BRASS, ZINC, BAGS, 

LEAD, GLASS, BOTTLES, ROPE, 

HORNS, HIDES, OLD IRON, &c. &c. 

Depot and Office, W. side Davis St. near California 

SAI EfiAJfGIS GO. 

S. P. ta^ytat^eT^^^^ 

t^* All kinds of PAPER on hand and made to order. 

WHOLESALE AUSTD RETAIL. 

sjh Frwro 7/:::-ii factor? 

CALIFORIIA ELAfflKETS 

The Subscriber is now prepared to execute orders for 

Any Description of Blankets which may be desired 

«-•-*. 

Dea ers may be supplied by giving reasonable time for the execution of orders ; 
and consumers will not be slow to discover the merits of 

ALL-^VOOL SLill^KLETS, 

As compared with those made from mixed materials. 



Samples can be seen at the Factory, or at the "Warehouse of 

Messrs. HEYNEMANN, PICK & CO., 89 and ^California Street, 

Through whom sales will be made, or orders received. 

DAVID S. TURNER, 

AGENT SAN FRANCISCO WOOLEN FACTORY. 



SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY. XXI 



SAINSEVAIN BROS. 

NATIVE CUIFOIHU WINES, 

FROM 

THEIR CELEBRATED VINEYARD OF EL ALISO, 



At LOS .A-HNTGrZEHiZES. 



SPARKLING CALIFORNIA CHAMPAGNE, 

CALIFORNIA ^USTG-ZEILIOA. ^7^I3STE 3 
CJ±JLiTFOTUsTTJ±. PORT "WIIJTE- 

0-A.XjiroR.isri^^. r,ed •v^hste, 
No. 195 Montgomery Street, Hentsch's Building. 

CALIFORNIA 

orantik %%tM$, 

Cor. Battery and Washington Sts., San Francisco, 

A.3STID — 

No. 38 PINE STREET, NEW YORK. 

WE ARE PREPARED TO DO A 

— iisr — 
CALIFORNIA, OREGON, WASHINGTON TERRITORY, 

BRITISH COLUMBIA, UTAH, and the SANDWICH ISLANDS. 

L. C. BAKER & CO. 




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SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY. 



J. K. KELLOGG. J. IIKWS'foN, .HI., J. II. STEARNS. 

KELLOGG, HEWSTON & CO. 




-J^JsTlD- 



CHEMICAL LABORATORY, 

No. 108 Montgomery Street. 

B1ES OR GQKH HCTUEMB U9 FROM II T© 14 HOURS. 

Analyses of Ores, Minerals, Metals, Soils, Waters, and the Productions of Art, 

"WILL BE CAREFULLY EXECUTED. 

figg" The various applications of Chemistry to Working of Metals, Manufactures* 
Agriculture, <fcc, will receive special attention. 



Refer to all the Bankers and Gold Dust Dealers of California. 
Geo. C. Shreve. L. Thompson 

GEORGE C. SHREVE & CO., 




ETC. ETC. ETC. 

No. 139 Montgomery Street, San Francisco. 



Wato&ejs Carefully Repaired hj Ixpem&oed Wor-kiaea. 

SILVERWARE MADE TO ORDER. 

Royal Mail Steam Packet Co. Agency, No. 126 California Street. 

Xotice is herebv given that arrangements have been entered into between the 

ROYAL MAIL STEAM PACKET COMPANY and the PACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP COMPANY, 

For the forwarding of Treasure to the Bank of England, and to the Back of France, 
,in Havre, by the steamship* of the two Companies, by means of through bills of 
•lading, to be granted by the Commanders of the ships of the Pacific Mail Steamship < 

[Company, for the delivery to WILLIAM PERKY, Esq., Agent of the Royal Mail; 

Steam Packet Company, to be sent across the Isthmus, and embarked on the ships of the R. M. S. P. Co. All parties 
who may wish 10 forward Treasure tn Europe can now do so in the manner expressed. 

Freight on Specie and Bullion from Panama to the Bank of England, 1 per cent for $60,000, in one shipment, and 
1 2-10th per cent, for smaller amounts — 3-16th per cent, additional to the Bank of France. 

Arrangements can be made for the shipment of Gold and Silver Ores from Aspinwall by the Company's Steamers 
on favorable terms. 

The steamships of the R. M. S. P. Co. depart from Aspinwall to the West Indies and Southampton on the 8th (9th 
when there are 00 days in the previous month) and - J4th of each mouth. 

Passages can be secured on application to the undersigned, who will give any further particulars that may be 
required about the Company's arrangements. 

■W_ Xi_ BOOKEE. 



SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY. 



XX111 



& WIISWS 




FIEST PREMIUM 





Amongst the undoubted advantages of these Machines are — 

1. Beauty and excellence of stitch, alike upon both sides of the fabric. 

2. Economy of thread. 

3. Simplicity and thoroughness of construction. 

4. Portability, ease of operation and management. 

5. Speed. 

6. Strength, firmness and durability of seam that will not rip or ravel. 

7. Applicability to a variety of purposes and materials. 

8. Compactness and elegance of model and finish. 

H. C. HAYDEN, Agent, 

Cor. Montgomery and Sacramento Streets, 



xxiv SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY. 



To the Ladies and Gentlemen of San Francisco 

THE SUBSCRIBERS, 

MESSRS. HARRIS & GARCIA 

Desire to call the attention of the San Francisco public to the opening of their 








WASHINGTON STREET, 

Next door above Maguire's Opera House, in the building formerly known 

as Atwill's Music Store. 

This magnificent establishment will surpass anything of the kind on the Pacific 
Coast, and it is the intention of the proprietors to make it the most desirable for 
Ladies and Families of any in this City. 

It will be conducted in the style of the fashionable saloons of Messrs. Taylor and 
Thompson, of Broadway, Xew York, and all the delicacies of the season will be 
served in the most superb style. The Restaurant and Cuisine will be under the 
especial charge of Mr. THOMAS HARRIS, late of the Pacific Mail Steam- 
ship Co.'s steamers, who brings to the department a life-time experience, and whose 
ability and reputation as a caterer is so well known as to need no further notice. 

The office of the saloon will be under the superintendence of Mr. PRANK 
GARCIA, so favorably known in this community in his connection with the 
Bank Exchange, during the past six years. 

THE BIVALVES 

Will be under the particular charge of " Phil.," of whose ability no one disputes, as 
the best caterer in the above line in this city, and so well known of late years in 
connection with the Bank Exchange. 

To gentlemen taking their meals at Restaurants, the proprietors extend the 
assurance that everything in this department will be served in a style satisfactory to 
the most fastidious, and prices shall compare favorably with any first-class Restau- 
rant in the city. 

Messrs. Harris & Garcia desire further, to assure Ladies and Families that the 
conduct of this Saloon shall be at all times of such character as to merit their full 
approbation and patronage. 

THOS. HARRIS, 



,\ 



FRANK GARCIA/ ' M LoKS ' 



SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY, 



XXV 



ASSAY OFFICE 



■ AND 




OF 



HENRY HENTSCH, 

No. 120 MONTGOMERY STREET, 



hQ? Ml % 






ASSAYS of GOLD, SILVER, QUARTZ 

AND 8ULPHTJEET. 

Returns made in from twelve to twenty-four hours, in Coin or 
Bars, at the option of the Depositor. 

Charges, one-quarter of one per cent, or $3 for lots under $1,200. 



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m*^* tit 



on- 



NEW YORK, HAMBURGH, 

LIVERPOOL, BERLIN, 

LONDON, PARIS, 

FRANKFORT GENEVA, 

ON THE MAINE. (SWITZERLAND.) 

Deposits Received and GENERAL BANKING Business transacted 

CONSUL OF SWITZERLAND HENRY HENTSCH. 



XXVI 



SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY. 





(Established in 1849.) 
IMPOBTEK AUSTID DEALER X^T 




BOHEMIAN, 



FRENCH AND 

GLASSWARE 



FINE TABLE CUTLERY, 

[flattie® Ms® ®®vw&mm& wm\ 

LAMPS, CHANDELIERS, GIRANDOLES, ETC. 



180 and 182 MONTGOMERY STREET, 

s^jst Francisco. 



BRANCH HOUSE, No. 136 J Street, SACRAMENTO; 

ALSO, 

First St., south side, between D and the Plaza, MARYSVILLE, 

SIGN OF THE "BIG WHITE PITCHER." 



From an experience of 21 years ia my present business, and having complete 
arrangements with the Manufactories of Europe, I am enabled to offer the most 
exteuded facilities to the Trade, not only in point of the magnitude and variety of 
my Stock, but in the price thereof. 



SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY. XXVll 



jSTO. 153 MONTGOMEEY STREET, 

Corner of Merchant Street, S^ST IFIBJkSS'SnSCSCDo 

IMPORTER AND DEALER IN 

Envelopes, Law Books, Law Blanks, Fancy Articles, 

PRINTERS' CARDS, Plain and with Fancy Borders, 

BOOKS, MAGAZINES, AND ATLANTIC PAPERS. 



< ■» • » ► 



Orders will be received for any Book or other article required from the States, 
and obtained in the shortest time possible. 



EXECUTED WITH NEATNESS AND DISPATCH. 
BLANK ACCOUNT BOOKS, in any Style, MADE TO ORDER. 

Orders from the Country are solicited, to which special attention will be paid. 

GRAY & HERWIO, 

163 CLAY STREET, near Montgomery, SAN FRANCISCO. 



SOLE AGENTS for the following celebrated Makers : 
RAVEN - Sz B-A.a02ST 3 3Xr:E"W YORK; 
HAZLiLET Sz, DAVIS, BOSTON; 

BROWN Sz, AZLZLEN, BOSTON. 
OLD PIANOS taken in part payment. Every Instrument warranted., Prices low. 



MELODEONS from Carhart & Needham and Prince & Co. 
Brass and Stringed Instrane&ts, Flutes and Clarionets, 

And every other article to be found in a well-kept Music Store. 



XXV111 



SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY, 



^ A. AUSTIN & CO. ^ 

IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN 

Ifllll Ell IlMUJttf 1 



% 



to 





CO 
^ GO 



y^ 115 MONTGOMERY STREET, . 



California Collegiate Institute 

FOR YOUNG- LADIES. 



Mrs. M. B. SWEDENSTIERNA Principal 

(Bmt Sfibe of ftjjirb Stmt war garrison. 

*.«..« 

This Institution was founded with the design of establishing on the 
Pacific Coast, a SEMINARY where such advantages for a 



t 



t\ 



could be furnished, as should remove all necessity or desire, on the 

part of parents, to send their daughters to any Eastern School. 
USF" One of the features of the Institute is a course of CALISTHE- 
NICS, or such Gymnastic Exercises. as are adapted to females. 

The VariOUS kinds Of NEEDLE -WORK, plain and ornamental, together 
with EMBROIDERY, are also taught, if desired. 



SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY. 



XXIX 



RASCHE & SONS, 

No. 1D0 Washington Street, . . San Francisco, 



"Wholesale and Betail Dealers in 



MEET- 



I 



9 <i2Pijijibiid i» wm^i^uitop 
ITALIAN STRINGS, 
INSTRUMENTS OF ALL KINDS, ETC. ETC. 

SOLE AGENTS for the CELEBRATED MANUFACTURERS, 

A. H. GALE & CO., New York 

T. GILBERT, Boston. 

C. MEYER, Philadelphia. 

Whose Pianos they have always on hand, and for Sale and for Rent. 



SHEET MUSIC FOR THE FOLLOWING COMBINATIONS 

CONSTANTLY' ON HAND IN GREAT QUANTITIES. 



Voice and Piano, 
Piano alone, 

Piano and Guitar, 
Piano and Violin, 
Piano and Flute, 



Piano and Violoncello, 
Piano and Cornet. 
Piano, two Violins, Violoncello and Bass. 
Piano, Violin. Violoncello and Organ. 
Small Orchestra. 



Piano, four bands. 
Piano, six hands, 
Two Pianos, 
One Violin, 
Two Violins, 



One Flute, 
Two Flutes, 



One Guitar, 
Two Guitars, 

Guitar and Voice, 

Guitar and Violin, 
Guitar and Flute, 
Guitar and Piano. 



Small Brass Band. • 

Full Orchestra, 15-25 Instruments. 
Full Brass Band, 15-25 Instruments. 



Also, INSTRUCTION BOOKS for the following INSTRUMENTS, 



IX ENDLESS VARIETY. 



PIANO — German, English and French. 
VIOLIN — German and English. 
FLUTE — German, English and French. 



( 1 U IT A B — German, English, French and Spanish. 
Melodeon, Organ. Acrordeon, Flutina, Concertina, 
Banjo, Violencello, Double Bass. 
SINGING and ALL WIND INSTRUMENTS. 

ALSO, A. VERY LARGt-E ASSORTMENT OF 

Cjrojj Htusic, Complttt (Lucres ft Oratorios, $<nmb litusic, fit. 
PIANOS FOR RENT. 

Violins, Guitars, Accordeons, etc. etc., repaired neatly and cheap. Genuine Silver 

Strings, for Violins, etc., spun to order. Pianos Tuned. Music for Balls 

and Parties Furnished. Music Arranged for all Instruments. 

NEW MUSIC received by EVERY STEAMER. 

New Music Published. Music Assorted and Bound in the Best Style. 

A liberal discount made to the Trade and Professors of Music. 



XXX 



SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY. 



McELWEE & ACKERMM, 



68 MONTGOMERY STREET 68 



We shall keep on hand a good assortment of 

CABHBTS, &TOS, OIL CLOTHS 

OF ALL WIDTHS. 

Upholstery Goods and Paper Hangings. 

With increased facilities at their new place of business, they are prepared to do 
work in every branch of the Upholstery Department. 

Particular attention given to the Re Stuffing, Covering and Varnishing of 
Parlor Sets, and Refitting all kinds of Furniture. 

BROCATELLE & DAMASK WINDOW CURTAINS. 

Plain and Fancy Decorations put up from the Latest French Designs. 

McEL WEE'S PATENT SPRING MATTRESSES, 

And all other kinds of Mattresses made to order. 

010 HAIR RiATTRESSES RE-STOFFEB AND R5A0E AS G000 AS HEW. 



CHICKERIISTG & SOIST'S 

(OP BOSTON) CELEBRATED 





NTJNNS & CL'AEK'S 

(OP NEW YORK) CELEBRATED 



BADGER & LINDENBERGER, 

Nos. 101, 103 and 105 BATTERY STREET, 

Are the Sole Agents for California for the above justly celebrated Pianos. Always 
on hand, a saperior assortment of the above Manufacture ; also, of other approved 
Makers. Every Piano guaranteed. Parties purchasing Pianos are invited to call 
at our rooms and examine our Stock. Geo. A. Prince & Co.'s MELODEONS on 
hand. Collard & Collard's and Chickering & Sou's most Superior Pianos. 

BADGER & LINDENBERGER, 101, 10] I 105 Battery Street, up stairs. 



SAN FRANCISCO DIRECT OR Y, 



XXXI 



WOODWORTH & CO. 



IMPORTERS OIF 









i/J &'£' i ell 






■ AND- 



atiiEi 



w fit 



No. 16 MONTGOMERY STREET, 

SAN FEANCI8CO. 




FOR THE SALE OF THE 

PRINCE'S MELODEONS. 



MUSIC STOOLS AND PIANO COVERS, IN EVERT VARIETT. 



A LARGE STOCK OF 



ALWAYS ON HAND. 



XXXU 



SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY. 




THOMAS TENNENT'S 

Surveying and Navigation Warehouse 

BATTERY STRKKT, opposite tfce GW3T0K MOTSI. 



Sole Agency for WM. J. YOUNG'S 
TRANSITS, 
THEODOLITES, 
SOLAR COMPASSES, 
LEVELING STAVES. 
DRAWING PAPER, 
DRAWING INSTRUM'TS 

CHRONOMETERS RATE-i) 
U. S. AGENCY FOR 
REPAIRS EXECUTED 



(Phila.) SURVEYING INSTRUMENTS. 
BAROMETERS, 
SPY GLASSES, 
TRACING PAPER, 
TRACING CLOTH, 
SHIPS' COMPASSES, 
CHARTS, SEXTANTS. 

B* TRANSIT OBSERVATIONS. 
GOVERNMENT CHARTS. 
IN THE BEST MANNER. 




WM. B. COOKE & CO. 



ACCOUNT BOOK MANUFACTURERS, 

Importers and Jobbers in 

No. 158 Montgomery Streeot, 

(MONTGOMERY BLOCK,) g^Stf IPIB&SJ(5nO(B®o 



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THE 



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POtt THE YEAR COJMEXCIXG 

JULY, I860: 



EMBRACING A 



GENERAL DIRECTORY OF RESIDENTS, 

A 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY, 

AND 

^JST APPENDIX, 

CONTAINING 

THE ORGANIZATION OP THE DIFFERENT BRANCHES OF THE MUNICIPAL GOVERNMENT 

AND THE LAWS REGULATING THE SAME; TOGETHER WITH A DESCRIPTION 

OF THE DIFFERENT ASSOCIATIONS, AND A GREAT VARIETY OF 

VALUABLE INFORMATION ON VARIOUS SUBJECTS; 

EXHIiUTIMO AT A GLANCE 

THE PROGRESS AND PRESENT CONDITION OF THE CITY. 



[THIRD YEAK OF PUBLICATION.] 



COMPILED BY 

HENRY O. LA.NOLEY, 

EDITOR OF THE "STATE REGISTER." 

SAN „ 

DEPOTS FOR THE SALE OF THIS WORK: 

OFFICE OF THE DIRECTORY, No. 144 Was hingtou Street, Room 4, up stairs; J. J. LECOUNT, HI 

Montgomery Street; CARL & FLINT, N. W. Corner Montgomery and Merchant Streets 

and WM. B. COOKE & CO., N. E. Corner Montgomery and Merchant Streets. 



SAN FRANCISCO: 
.VALENTINE & CO., COMMERCIAL STEAM PRESSES, 

No. 129 Sausunio Street, near Washington. 
3L86 O. 



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PREPARING FOR IMMEDIATE PUBLICATION. 



THE 

-A-KTID 

YEA.R BOOK OF FACTS, 

For 1860-'61, containing 

SWiablij and Complete £)<tttt of Ik (Sowrmncnt, Climate, S^sour^s, 

AND 

[FlffM[N]©[£S ©F TIHII iTATIE ©IF ©MJF©[MA. 



THIED YEAR OP PUBLICATION. 

Price, Three Dollars per Year, in half morocco ; or Two Dollars and a Half, in paper for mailing. 
HE3STR1T G-- L-A-ISTCKLEY, Publisher, 

SAN FRANCISCO. 

Entered according to Act of Congress, in the Year of our Lord, eighteen hundred and sixty, 

By HENRY G. LANGLEY, 

In the Clerk's Office of the District Court of the Northern District of the State of California. 

TO BE PCBLI^ISD IW OCTOBER WEST. 



T H E 

CALIFORNIA STATE ALMANAC 

TOE. 1861. 

AND 

USEFUL INFORMATION. 



12 mo., 96 pp Price 25 Cents. 



HENRY G. LANGLEY, Publisher, 

SAN FRANCISCO. 



PRE P^T O R Y 



In offering to the public the San Francisco Directory for 1860-61, 
the third issued by the present compiler, he would again refer, as being 
appropriate on the present occasion, to the introductory remarks contained 
in the first volume of the work : "In the preparation of the present vol- 
ume, the compiler has aimed to arrange a Directory more comprehensive in 
its plan, and more systematic in its arrangement, than any publication of a 
similar character hitherto issued in California. He has endeavored to present 
a Manual of Reference so useful and valuable, that its successors may be 
deemed welcome annual visitors to every citizen. To this end he has 
devoted unremitting industry and the most vigilant care. How far he has 
given evidence of his ability to accomplish this, must be determined by the 
succeeding pages ; and in referring thereto, he only asks that indulgence 
for any defects which may exist therein, which he has a right to expect, 
when the peculiarities of the undertaking are taken into consideration." 
There is, probably, no literary enterprise which is surrounded with so many 
obstacles to its successful prosecution, as the preparation of a work like the 
present; and especially in this city, where there is so much reluctance 
expressed by many persons to communicate the necessary information, 
and where the nature of the floating population is so peculiar. The com- 
piler anticipates, however, that these difficulties will gradually disappear, 
and that the annoyances occasioned thereby will not, to any considerable 
extent, exist hereafter. 

In directing attention to the contents of the present volume, the compiler 
refers with pleasure to the unmistakable evidences contained therein of the 
rapid progress of the city during the past year. The Register comprises over 
twenty-six thousand names, and the Business Directory nearly eight thou- 
sand ; an increase, in the former, of over four thousand, and in the latter, 
of one thousand. The same encouraging indications will be observed in the 
other departments of the work, of the present and future greatness of our 
Commercial Metropolis. 



SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY, 



The Historical and General Reviews of the present volume contain a 
large amount of data, exhibiting the operations of our Municipal Govern- 
ment, and a variety of information connected with the progress of the City, 
interesting and useful for reference. The enumeration of the number and 
character of the buildings comprised within our municipal limits, now for 
the first time published, is an interesting and important contribution to the 
statistical data of the State. The Chronological History embodies the prin- 
cipal events which have taken place in this City during the past thirteen 
months, with a variety of useful statistical data of the same period. The 
Appendix will be found complete and reliable. The Consolidation Act has 
been carefully compiled, and the amendments in force at the present time, 
incorporated therein. The Directory of Streets, Public Buildings, etc., has 
been revised, and the changes and additions of the past year added thereto. 
The officers and the operations of the different departments of Govern- 
ment, Federal, State and Municipal, and the list of Societies and the 
various Public Institutions, have been carefully corrected, and throughout 
this department, a completeness will be observed not hitherto attained in 
any similar publication. The various changes and removals, which have 
taken place during the progress of the work through the press, and the 
different new firms formed since the city was canvassed, will be found at 
the commencement of the work. 

In closing these remarks, the compiler would again express his thanks 
for the uniform courtesy extended to him during the progress of his labors ; 
the prompt and ready acquiescence exhibited by the different public officers 
in furnishing information, and the valuable assistance rendered by numer- 
ous friends, are warmly appreciated. The San Francisco Directory 
for 1861-62, will be issued in July next. 

San Francisco, July 20th, 1860. 



TABLE OF CONTENTS. 



Pnpe 

HISTORICAL REVIEW 7 

Geology, Topography, Finances, etc 7 

Population 20 

Improvement) 21 

Returns County Assessor 22 

Letters by Overland Mail 22 

Operations Branch Mint 22 

Chronological History 23 

GENERAL REVIEW '. 30 

Education and Public Schools 30 

Industrial School 32 

Private Schools 33 

St. Ignatius College 33 

University of the Pacific 33 

San Francisco College 33 

Religions ami Benevolent Societies 34 

Snndfty Schools 34 

Dashawny Association 35 

Home for the Inebriate 35 

Deaf, Dumb and Blind Association 35 

Masons and Odd Fellows 35 

Associations, Benevolent, etc 3fl 

Fire Department 36 

San Francisco Water Works 30 

Market Street Railroad 36 

Review of industrial Enterprises 36 

Statistics of Trades, etc 41 

Fluctuation of Trade 42 

Sewing Machines 42 

CHANGES AND REMOVALS 43 

REGISTER ok NAMES 40 

DIRECTORY OF STREETS 333 

Numerical Street Directory 337 

Buildings 339 

Halls. Blocks, Rows 340 

Places of Amusement 341 

Parks. Squares, etc 341 

Wharves 341 

Key to Public offices 342 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY, TRADES, ETC 343 

CONSOLIDATION APT 377 

MUNICIPAL GOVERNMENT 422 

Board of Supervisors 422 

City and County Officers 422 



Paee 

District Officers 423 

Police Department 424 

Public Schools 424 

Boa nl of Education 424 

FIRE DEPARTMENT 424 

Organization 424 

FEDERAL AND STATE OFFICES 428 

Custom House 430 

Branch Mint 430 

U. S. Surveyor-General 430 

Post Office 481 

COURTS 431 

cnuRcnES 432 

Baptist 432 

Oongreguttonalist 432 

Episcopal 433 

German Lutheran 434 

German Evangelical 434 

Methodist Episcopal 434 

Presbyterian 435 

Roman Catholic 437 

Swedenborgian 438 

Unitarian 438 

Hebrew 438 

ASSOCIATIONS AND SOCIETIES 439 

MASONIC FRATERNITY 447 

I. 0. OF ODD FELLOWS 449 

INDEPENDENT ORDER OF KNIGHTHOOD 451 

INDEPENDENT ORDER OF SONS OF MALTA 451 

MISCELLANEOUS 396 

Military 451 

Newspapers 462 

Insurance Companies 453 

Incorporated Companies 465 

Telegraph Lines 457 

Consuls 467 

Hospitals 458 

Cemeteries 458 

Expresses 458 

Stages and Omnibuses 459 

Railroads 459 

Ocean Steamers 450 

Steamboats 459 

ADVERTISEMENTS 460 



I2STIDE2C TO ADVERTISEMEISTTS. 



Advertising Agents. 

Thos. Boyce xviii 

C. A. Crane iii 

L.P. Fisher cover 

Agricultural Depots. 
T. Ogg Shaw 515 

Amusements. 

Maguire's Opera House 508 

Music Hall 509 

Apothecaries. 

Wm. H. Keith it Oo cover 

Architects. 

Clark ,t Kenitcer 500 

Wm. Craine 485 

C. Hyatt 4S5 

Assayers. 

G. W. Bell X j v 

Henry Hentscb xxv 

Eellog . Hewston 4- Co xxii 

S. Molitor & Co xiv 

Auctioneers. 

D. Bweeney A Co 478 

Wainwright & Co xviii 

Bakers. 
II. Winkle 474 

Bankers. 

Henry Hentsch xxv 

Pioche, Bayerque & Co 514 

Wells. Fargo & Co vi 



Bathing and "Water Cure. 

Dr. C. M. Bourne 510 

B. J. Smith 476 

Billiard Saloons. 

John Torrance 477 

G. L. Tucker 516 

Billiard Table Manuf's. 

J. Bank 484 

M. E. Hughes 400 

Boiler and Sheet Iron Works. 
CoflTey & Risdon 475 

Bookbinders. 

A. Buswell 492 

II.Friedel 491 

Booksellers. 

F. Biesta xvi 

G. H. Bell xxvii 

J. .1. Lecount cover and xv 

A. Roman cover 

Boots and Shoes. 

Hobart & Brother x 

Boxes, Packing. 

nobbs, Gilmore & Co 468 

Brass Foundries. 

.T. C. Avers 500 

w. H. & D. M. Moore x 

Breweries. 
Hoelscher, Wieland & Co 470 



Brokers. 

Olnev ft Co 506 

J. Perry, Jr 512 

Brooms. 
C. W. &. O. W. Armes 484 

Camphene and Oils. 

Diet/, t Co 47fi 

Stanford Bros 480 

Carpenters. 
T. W. Clark 500 

Carriage and "Wagon Manuf. 
M. C. Owens 407 

Carvers and Gilders. 
Jones, Wooll A Sutherland xii 

Chemicals. 
J. D. Win K & Co 467 

Cigars and Tobacco. 

E. Brlggs 492 

A. S. Rosenbaum * Co xviii 

Clothing Dealers. 

Canfleld, Pierson & Co vii 

Davis & Bowers 50" 

French. Wilson & Co xiii 

Lockwood & Hendrie 519 

J. R. Mead & Co cover 

Cloths and Woolen Goods. 
Lanzenberg & Co si 

Coal Dealers. 

E. Flanagan 484 

Hartshorn & Crary xi 



INDEX TO ADVERTISEMENTS. 



Coal Oil. 

Braeg ft Co Ml 

Dtoti a C 47fi 

Stanford Bros -ISO 

Colleges and Schools. 

Mr- If, B. Bwedenatterna xxviii 

Commission Merchants. 

503 

w. T. Coleman ft Co viii 

Flint. Peabody A Co viii 

Contractors. 
A. H. Houston 490 

Conveyancers. 
C. Ffaber 474 

Crockery and Glassware. 

Thomas Day xvij 

Joseph Qenella xxvj 

Cutlers. 

Pt Brothers 4S3 

>ors, Sash and Blind Manuf. 
tteoden A Culverwell 400 

Dry Goods. 

Austin ft; Co xxviii 

1chau\ Rros j x 

gene Kelly it Co viii 

Dyers 

Christian 4S0 

3n gravers and Designers. 

! 407 

E. Goldsmitb 40<: 

KnnT 4«4 

Examiners of Deeds. 

8 Gray 512 

Expresses. 
« lis, Farso * On vi 

Fancy Goods, 
lack Bros x ; 

Flour Mills. 

sh ft Rutherford 497 

Foundries. 

Vmahu* 473 

Idard. TTanscom ft Rankin 471 

icklev ft Co 475 

viand. Angell ft King 4S0 

att ft Debrie 471 

can Iron Works Co ..469 

Fruit Dealers. 

res ft Williams xi 

Furniture Dealers. 

as C Hark ft Co cover 

. flood win 517 

' "eirce ij; 

Gas Fixtures, 
aias T)av xvii 

Guager of Liquors. 

•■•■»• R"» 474 

Gents' Furnishing Goods. 
Nenstadter Bros 493 

Groceries. 
Bradshaw ft Co x 

Gunsmiths. 

Klepzis ft °o 483 

Harness and Saddlery. 
Main ft Winchester 507 

Hat Block Maker. 
J. B. Johnson 481 

Hats and Caps. 

Blake ft Co 512 

Fisher 4 Co xiv 

Hotels. 

American Fxchanse xiii 

Hotel International 513 

Meyer's Hotel 4^^ 

Queen Citv Hotel ..500 

St. Nicholas 517 

Instrument Depots. 

William Schmolz 499 

Thomas Tennent xxxii 



Insurance Adjusters. 
T. N. Caaneaa 



.606 



Insurance Agents. 

Alsop ft On 465 

W. L, Hooker 461 

Dickson. DeWolf ft Co 405 

w. Faulkner 488 

J. P. Haven iftfl 

Lambert ft Hopkins 462 

C. Adolphe Low <fc Co 464 

McLean ft Fowler 460 

R. H. Parker 407 

M. Speyer 400 

A. B. Stout 4f>7 

R. B. Swain ft Co 406 

Intelligence Offices. 
Geo. W. Chapin ft Co 486 

Iron Doors. 

John R. Sims 483 

Lamp Dealers. 

Bragg ft do 511 

Diotz ft Co 470 

Thomas Day xvii 

J. Gen- Ha xxvi 

Stanford Bros 480 

Lapidaries. 

E. Rondel 482 

Leather Dealers. 

Jos. Boston ix 

J. J. Grady 474 

Rutherford. Harris ft Co ix 

Liquor Dealers. 

James Patrick ft Co .505 

Schroder ft Co ix 

John Torrence 477 

Lottery Agents. 
Wood, Eddy ft Co 472 

Lumber. 
G. M. Burnham 516 

Machine Shops. 

Wm. McKibbin 468 

C. Nutting.. 469 

Markets. 

F. X.Uhl 479 

Medical Institutes. 
L. J. Czapkay 516 

Mercantile Agency. 
L. C. Baker ft Co xxi 

Millinery Goods. 

Mrs. D. Norcross 480 

Music Dealers. 

Grav ft Herwig xxvii 

A. Kohler 490 

Rasche ft Sons xxix 

S.Rosa 498 

Native "Wines. 

Sainsevain Bros xxi 

Newspapers, etc. 

Stratman ft Cr> 492 

Paints, Oils, and Glass. 

Hanks ft Packard 486 

John McDonald ft Co xii 

Paper Dealers. 

C. J. Brooks <fc Co 513 

Beers ft Davies 503 

S. P. Taylor xx 

Physicians. 
J. Morison 498 

Piano Forte Depots. 

Badger ft Lindenberger xxx 

Grav ft Herwig xxvii 

A. Kohler 406 

Rascheft Sons xxix 

Woodworth ft Co xxxi 

Picture Frames. 

Jones, Wooll ft Sutherland xii 

Plumbers. 
S. F. Water Works xix 



Printing Materials. 

W. Faulkner 4*53 

C. F. Bobbin* .........'.'.'.'..504 

Printing Offices. 

J. B. Painter 502 

C. F. Robhins 504 

Towne ft Bacon 501 

Valentine ft Co ^518 

Wade ft Nixon 503 

Publishers, 
nenry O. Langley 375 

Quartz Amalgamators. 
I. W. Knox 481 

Regalia Manufacturers. 
T. R Johns m X ji 

D. Norcross 4§o 

Restaurants. 
narris ft Garcia xxiv 

Roofing. 

J. Babcock 494 

Roberta ft Smith 4*7 

Savings and Loan Society. 
Hibernia 378 

Salamander Safes. 

F. Tillman 505 

Saw Dealers. 

G. Stead 487 

Sewing Machines. 

R.G. Brown 510 

H. C. Ilavden xxiii 

Shooting Halls. 

Caler ft Seidenstricker 478 

Soap Manufacturers. 

Bergin 4 Bro 479 

J P. Dyer 479 

John Fay .479 

Stables. 
L. Coburn 478 

Stationers. 

O. H. Bell xxvii 

Wm. B. Cooke ft Co xxxii 

nodge «fe Wood 503 

J. J. Lecount cover 

Steamers. 

California Steam Navigation Co v 

Pacific Mail S. S. Co iv 

Royal Mail S. P. Co xxii 

Stone Cutters. 
M. Hevrin 484 

Stoves and Tinware. 

Locke ft Montague 493 

B. C. Austin 507 

Undertakers. 

Massey ft Young 495 

Nathaniel Gray 494 

Upholsterers. 

F. O. Edwards 491 

J. McDonald A Co xii 

MeElwee ft Ackerman xxx 

Wagon Grease Manufact'rs. 

Hucks ft Lambert... 487 

Watches and Jewelry. 

Barrett ft Sherwood cover 

A. Borel 482 

John Conrad 482 

J. McOregor: 4S2 

G. C. Shreve ft Co xxii 

C. SteTens ft Co 491 

J. W. Tucker cover 

Willow Ware Merchants. 
Thnrnaner ft Zinn 493 

Wind Mill Manufacturers. 
J. B. Johnson 481 

Wire Workers. 
A. S. Hallidie ft Co 488 

Woolen Goods. 
S. F. Woolen Factory xx 



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OF 



THE CITY AND COUNTY OF SAN FRANCISCO. 




Topography of the City and County.* 

The City and County of San Francisco are co- 
extensive, being bounded on the north and east 
by the Bay, on the south by the county of San 
Mateo, and on the west by the Ocean. The 
southern boundary in a direct line is six and a 
half miles from the Plaza, being a few yards north 
of the old Abbey House, the line separating town- 
ships numbers two and three, and running due 
west from the bay to the Pacific. The City and 
County may be considered nearly square, averag- 
ing six and a half miles from north to south, and 
about the same from east to west, embracing an 
area of 42 square miles, or about 27,000 acres, of which 10,000 are capable of cultiva- 
tion ; 8,000 are rocks, drifting sand and water; 6,000 are adapted for pasture; 2,000 
occupied by the city proper, and about 1,000 acres are used for market gardens. 
For the information of readers at a distance, it may be well to describe the location 
of " the City we live in." San Francisco stands upon the rocky ridge, which forms 
the barrier that separates the Pacific from the bay, having the ocean five miles on 
the west. The bay is formed by the confluence of the blended waters of the Sacra- 
mento and the San Joaquin rivers. The former draining the rich agricultural valleys 
and the auriferous slopes of the Sierra Nevada from the north as the latter does from 
the south. The bay affords the finest and most commodious. harbor on the Pacific 
coast of the United States, extending in a southerly direction about 30 miles, parallel 
with the ocean, from which it is separated by the peninsula forming the counties of 
San Francisco and San Mateo, varying from five to twenty miles in width. The City 
is on the extreme northerly pointof this promontory — a series of lofty hills and sandy 
valleys originally marked its site; the march of improvement has, however, in a great 
measure, leveled the one and filled in the other, to conform with the established and 
the modified grades. The ancient Cove of Yerba Bueca was located between Clark's 
Point on the north, and Rincon Point on the south, projecting into the bay and 
forming a crescent, which is the eastern water-front of the city. It has been filled in 
and covered with warehouses and stores, to an -extent considered marvelous. One of 
the most prominent elevations in the city has received the name of Telegraph Hill, 
which rises to a hight of 289 feet. From it, the landscape extends over a great 

* We acknowledge our obligations to Clement Ferguson, Esq., for many years, Deputy to the Tax Collector, for 
this valuable contribution upon the Topography, Municipal Statistics, etc., of San Francisco. — [Compiler. 



SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY. 



extent of country, embracing portions of several counties — a blending of tbe wild and 
the picturesque — with the evidences of advanced civilization at your very feet. In a 
north-westerly direction you behold the Golden Gate, against whose rocky portals 
the white waves of the Pacific are ever dashing, and into which the ocean-breeze 
daily sweeps with its chilling but purifying mists. Due north is the harbor and 
village of Saucelito — Angel Island in full view — Alcatraces, with its formidable bat- 
teries, together with the rugged cliffs and picturesque head-lauds of Marin county. The 
north-easterly arm of the bay stretches afar, till lost in the distance, studded with 
smoking steamers and sailing craft, on the silent high-way, to the numerous points on 
the Sacramento and San Joaquin. Looking eastward is the spacious harbor, crowded 
with ships, laden with rich and useful products from all quarters of the globe ; the 
Island of Verba Buena " with verdure clad." together with the rural cities of Oakland 
and San Antonio, behind which, hills rise on hills, and, towering over these — nearly 
forty miles in the distance — may be seen the conical peak of Monte JDiabolo, 4,000 
feet in bight, seeming like a giant sentinel, that for ages has guarded the slumber 
of these waters, when their glassy surfaces were unrippled, save by the plash of the 
Indian's paddle. Far away are the lofty summits of the Sierra Nevada, at whose 
ruffled base lie the treasures that have astonished the world. Turning to the south 
the eye embraces the scenery of San Mateo, Santa Clara and Santa Cruz, with the 
great southern arm of the bay, almost forming a horizon of water. Union City 
and the town of Alviso are also visible; nigh at hand is the New Potrero, and also 
the Mission Dolores, backed by the Bernal Heights, and by graceful hills. At your 
feet is the busy city ; an adventurous population throng its thoroughfares, exhibiting 
the complexions and costumes of many lands. From the South to the North Beach, 
the hissing sound of the jack-plane, the grating of the hand-saw, and the musical 
click of the trowel resound on every side. The hum of busy labor greets the ear in 
each street. The recent overthrow of the Santillan and other gigantic land swindles 
has infused confidence in our capitalists. Progress makes hourly manifestations of 
its mighty march among us. Industry and energy are steadily enriching the city 
and enhancing the value of property, and new and splendid edifices are daily springing 
into existence. All this indicates healthful progress, and justifies the hope that our 
darkest days have passed away. 

Rapid Growth of the City.* 

Having viewed the city, let it not be forgotten, that, in the year 1835, the village 
of Verba Buena had neither location nor name; but, long anterior to this period, the 
bay of San Francisco was known to voyagers, as the glory of the western coast. 
This metropolis of commerce, in its antecedents and its prospects, is absolutely 
without a parallel in the history of nations and of cities. In 1830, the first house 
was erected, and even fourteen years ago the city of San Francisco was almost a 
wilderness. " Cattle roamed undisturbed where now are crowded storehouses, and 
ravens croaked on ihe spots where now peaceful dwellings stand." A year later, 150 
people and a score of adobe huts constituted the entire village. On the 30th of 
Jauuary, 1847, the local name of (the cove of) Yerba Buena was changed to that of 

* 01' the growth of San Francisco no more striking example could be adduced, than by comparing with the present 
volume, the Jirsl City Directory— a. 24mo pamphlet of 136 pages, embracing 3,208 names — published by C. P. Kimball 
in 1S50, and now extremely rare. 



HISTORICAL REVIEW. 9 

San Francisco. Six months afterwards, a census was taken, when it was found that 
the population had increased to 459 persons; and now, in 1860, this — the me- 
tropolis of the Pacific — numbers in population nearly 90,000 souls, and can boast of 
an assessment roll of more than §35,000,000 ; in exports standing first, and in 
imports and tunnage among the very first of the great ports of the Union. " Mar- 
velous changes have occurred within a comparatively recent period. The solitude of 
the desert has given place to the hum of industry, and the yell of the hunter is sup- 
planted by the echo of the steam-whistle." The discovery* of gold gave an impetus 
to emigration, from which San Francisco derived, in so short a period, the title of 
City. Her growth was sudden ; there was no infancy to her history. An existence 
of eleven years has given her rank among the cities of the world; and after passing 
through the fiery ordeal and a series of financial abuses and disasters, she is now on 
her onward march to wealth and greatness. 

The Mission Dolores, the Presidio and the Golden Gate. 

The future historian will not fail to direct attention to the fact, that the year which 
gave birth to the great Western Republic on the Atlantic shore of North America, 
also witnessed the first permanent settlement on the coast of Upper California. In 
1770, two Missionaries of the Roman Catholic Church reached the bay of San 
Francisco, and proceeded to establish a central point for their operations in civilizing 
and christianizing the native tribes. Their names were Francisco Palou and Benito 
Cainbon. They were natives of Spain, but came to this place from Mexico. Finding 
a fertile tract of land, capable of irrigation, nearly two miles south of San Francisco, 
they selected it for their home and founded a Mission, which they named Mission 
Dolores, in commemoration of the sufferings of the Virgin. The Fathers evinced 
much good sense in selecting the site of the Mission buildings, which was a small, 
fertile plain, embosomed among green clad hills. Several tiny rivulets of clear, sweet 
water, met about the spot, whose united streams were conducted to the bay by one 
of a larger size, now well known as the Mission Creek. Among the first buildings 
erected was the Church, which is still devoted to religious uses, while the adjoining 
adobe buildings are now used for secular purposes. Some idea may be had of the 
former extent of this Mission, when it is stated, that in 1825, it possessed 76,000 
head of cattle, 3,034 horses, 820 mules, 79,000 sheep, 2,000 hogs, 456 yoke of oxen, 
18,000 bushels of wheat and barley, $35,000 in merchandise, and §25,000 in specie. 
Three miles west of the city and two miles north of the Mission, is the Presidio, 
founded in the year 1777, to give military protection and aid to the Missionaries, in 
the conquest and civilization of the Indians. The original buildings were constructed 
in quadrangular form ; the portion still remaining has been occupied as a barracks by 
the United States troops, since March, 1847. A small cove — agreeably situated — 
eastward of the Fresidio, where anchorage and shelter were had, was the original 
port, and the landing place of the Missionaries, but in after years the cove of Verba 
Buena was adopted by them as their harbor. Further west, at the northern 
extremity of the promontory, near the entrance of the narrows, formerly stood a 

* The first public notice of the discovery of gold, appeared iu the California Star, published at Monterey, on the 
V2tli March, 1848, in these words : — "Gold lias been discovered in the northern Sacramento Districts — in Coloma 
valley — about forty miles from Sutter's Fort. - ' The discoverer was James W. Marshall, a mfll-wright then in the 
employ of Captain Sutter; the month was January, 1848 — the precise day is unknown. 



10 SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY. 

fortification, known as Fort Blanco, 107 feet above high-water; upon its ruins the 
present beautiful and substantial fortress was built (Fort Point). It was commenced 
in 1854, and is four tiers in hight, Including the battery in the rear, mounting in all 
1C4 guns, with accommodation for 2,400 men. The Light House adjoins the fort, 
and a fog-bell is placed alongside, at an elevation of 40£ feet. Between the Fort on 
this side, and Lime Point on the opposite shore, is the Golden Gate, the entrance to 
the bay of San Francisco — 1 mile and 17 yards across; here the tide varies about 
seven feet. The name of the " Golden Gate" first appeared in Fremont's Geographical 
Memoir of California. The term was descriptive, not of the literal golden treasures 
within (then undiscovered) but of the rich and fertile country which surrounded the 
shores of the bay. Added to this, the present site of San Francisco pointed it out as 
a great commercial center, and gold has only quickened a growth that was otherwise 
inevitable. " Within this Golden Gate is a mine of wealth in broad acres, yet unde- 
veloped, that lack only the hands of energetic men ' to make the wilderness blossom 
like the rose,' and her plains and valleys yield riches, far more lasting than even 
the glittering ore, that each stroke of the miner's pick exposes to the light of the 
noon-day sun." 

Islands within our Limits. 

The following Islands are also within the legislative limits of this City and County, 
viz., Ycrba Buena, Alcatraces, and the Farallones. 

Yerba Buena Island — Is situated in the Bay of San Francisco. From Rincon Point 
and Market Street Wharf it is distant about one mile and a half, from Contra Costa 
nearly three miles, and the western point is one and three-quarters miles from Tele- 
graph Hill. The northern end of the island is distant from the Golden Gate (Fort 
Point) five miles and a half. This island contains 198 acres, of which 75 consist of 
rich soil, well adapted for garden purposes; 15 acres are heavily timbered; 23 acres 
jungle and brushwood: 75 acres hilly, rocky and sandy, being thickly covered with 
the herb, or mint plant, from which the island takes its present name. Springs of 
excellent water abound on the eastern and western sides, in the midst of a fertile val- 
ley. The apex of this island is 343 feet above high water ; the sides are steep and 
irregular — rising to a ridge running nearly east and west. In early'times it was densely 
covered with wood, and was known to ancient mariners and whalers as Wood Island; 
but in 1839, one Nathan Spear placed a number of goats thereon, and hence the still 
popular name of Goat Island. On the easterly side is a wide, shoal bay, dry at low 
water, which, with the present material on the island, could be filled up, so as to be 
more than double its size. This island is formed of compact beds of sandstone, from 
a few inches to six and eight feet in' thickness. Its texture varies but little in the 
different beds, and the grain is close and even, and generally very fine. The strata 
are laid bare by the action of the water around the base of the island, and form a 
bold, rocky shore, which in many places appears to offer great resistance to the per- 
sistent denuding action of the waves and strong currents. On approaching the island 
from the west, the evidence of stratification becomes visible, and the beds are seen to 
dip westwardly towards the observer. The position of these beds of sandstone is 
highly favorable for working, readily loaded at the wharf, and ferried over the channel 
to the city. Several quarries are now opened on the island, and the supply of build- 



HISTORICAL REVIEW. 11 

ing stone appears inexhaustible. The U. S. Government having proposed to place 
some batteries upon the island, included it in the third line of fortifications, and it 
was reserved with the other points in "1852. It is claimed, however, under a Mexican 
grant, dated 8th November, 1838, and is said to be the first island granted by Gov- 
ernor Alvarado under the decree authorizing the granting of islands to Mexican citi- 
zens. This claim was rejected by the U. S. District Court in this city. Angel Island, 
lying to the north-west of Yerba Buena, with a shore line of five miles, and an area 
of one square mile, being in Marin County — does not call for a more extended notice 
in this place. 

Alcatraces or Bird Island — is also within the bay, lying to the westward of Yerba 
Buena. It takes its name from the immense number of these aquatic birds (pelicans) 
which, in early days, sought it as an abiding place. The apex of this rocky eminence 
is 135 feet above the level of the water, and its area is 35 acres. Its greatest length 
and its extreme breadth are 1,673 feet and 590 feet, respectively. The position of 
this little isle — suggesting at once extreme strength and impregnable defense — caused 
it to be reserved by the U. S. authorities, at the time of the cession of California by 
Mexico, and preparations were at once made to render it a formidable sentinel to 
watch over the safety of our city, even while its brilliantly lighted summit indicated, 
during night, the path of security to the fleet sailing in seaward from distant coasts — 
messengers of peaceful commerce. There are three Barbette batteries. The one 
facing the city and commanding the bay, in the direction of the Presidio, mounting 
35 guns; the one facing the Golden Gate, mounting 16 guns; and the one on the 
northern side of the island, facing Saucelito and Angel Island, mounting 40 guns. 
The first structure, after landing at the pier, is a shot-proof guard-house, provided with 
a drawbridge and a heavy gate. On the crest of the island is a massive barrack or 
citadel, arranged so that every point can be brought under the effective fire of mus- 
ketry. There are also three bomb-proof magazines, an extensive furnace for heating 
shot and cannon balls, a fog-bell and a light-house — the latter being provided with 
one of Freznel's lanterns of the third order, which is 160 feet above the level of the 
sea. From Telegraph Hill it is distant one mile and two-thirds, and from Fort Point 
two miles and five-eighths. Deep water-marks exist all round the island ; and with 
the exception of one or two places, the sides are so steep that a landing could only be 
effected with great difficulty. 

The Farallones de los Fraylcs — were discovered in 1543 by Bartolome. Ferrelo, 
who was a Portuguese by birth, but in the service of Spain. However, Sir Francis 
Drake, the English navigator, is the first who specially mentions them (in 1579) as 
" lying off the bay where he refitted his ships." The Russians founded a settlement 
here in 1812, for the purposes of obtaining oil and skins, and several places are yet 
visible, where the latter were stretched out and dried. The Farallones embrace the 
northerly, the middle and the southerly groups. The northerly cluster is made up 
of five rocks : the middle is a single rock ; the southerly is the larger, being two 
miles in circumference. Upon it, the light-house stands, the top of the tower of which 
is 300 feet above the level of the sea. This island is about 23^- miles westward from 
the Golden Gate. It is really difficult to imagine a more desolate place than these 
rocky islets present to view, — being a mass of jagged granite. Neither a tree nor 
a shrub relieves the eye by coutrast, or gives change to the exceeding barrenness of 



12 SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY. 

tlic landscape. Collectively, these islets may 1"' considered as the most extensive 
poultry yard in the world, for here may be found in myriads the birds described by 
Buffon, as the GfuUlamot — the Uria Troile of Linnaeus — which lays its eggs upon 
the bare rocks, The appellation of the Foolish Guillamot, has been given to this 
Bpecies by Latham, from the tact of its being with difficulty roused to flight, and often 
suffering itself to be caught by the hand, particularly during incubation. Audubon, 
in his great national work, gives a charming account of the habit of this interesting 
species, (.)/"«/•/•<•,) which is also well known to the eggers and fishermen of the North- 
ern Atlantic. Some idea maybe formed of their numbers, when it is stated, that 
each bird, during the season, lays but a single egg, and that since 1851 upwards of 
five millions of their eggs have been sold in the San Francisco market. They are 
of a pale green color, blotched with umber, and are much in demand in restaurants. 
The egg-season' lasts about six weeks, from the middle of May to the end of June. 
The bird of the most varied and brilliant plumage to be found here is the Tufted 
Puffin ; though rather numerous on this coast, it is elsewhere very rare, as is the 
Horned-bill Guillamot, which has been also seen and caught here. Of neither of 
these had Audubon ever met with a living specimen. Here, also, may be seen the 
huge seals, called sea-lions (Phoca Otaria Jubata). This species attains a weight of 
3,000 pouuds. Occasionally they are very savage, particularly during the nuptial 
season, when the fierce and bloody battles of the males render these isles of the 
ocean, a very pandemonium. The title to these Islands is, most probably, in the Fed- 
eral Government. However, the)' did not escape the avaricious eye of Limantour 
as they were included in his "gigantic swindle." In 1851 some fishermen laid claim 
to the South Farallon, and eventually a squatter pre-emption title vested in the " Pa- 
cific Farallon Company," who also have acquired an absolute tax-deed (1857-58) to 
the Islands, "less 1,401 feet than the whole of said Islands.'''' On the 30th of Decem- 
ber, 1859, the Islands were again sold for non-payment of taxes. 

Surveys of San Francisco. 

In the spring of 1839, Governor Alvarado directed Alcalde F. Guerero,* to cause a 
survey of Yerba Buena to be made, and to lay out streets and lots. In the fall of the 
same year, and under his direction, Juan Vioget, a surveyor, made the first survey and 
plan of \ erba Buena. That survey was bounded by Pacific, Montgomery, Sacramento 
and Uupont streets. The original bounds of the new town were therefore very lim- 
ited, in anticipation of futurity, as well as to supply current demand, additional sur- 
veys were made by Jaspar U'Farrell, W. M. Eddy, and J. J. Hotf. From Market 
Street, extending in a northerly direction, the streets run at right angles almost due 
north and south, east and west. South of Market Street, from the eastern water-front 
of the city to Wood Street, bounded by Mission Creek, they run south-west and north- 
east, north-west and south-east. The streets in the Vioget survey are about 45 feet 

* The following list of the Chief Magistrates, etc. of San Francisco, under the flag of the United States, may not be 
devoid of interest: — 

Alcaldes or Chief Magistrates of San Francisco — 1846, W. A. Bartlett. 1S47, Edwin Bryant. 1S47, George Hyde- 
184S, J. Towuseud. ISiS, X. M. Leavenworth. 18l9, J. W. Geary. 

Mayors qf the City of San Francisco— 1850, J. W. Geary. 1861, C. J. Brenham. 1851, S. R. Harris. 1S52, C. J- 
Brenham. 1853, C K. Garrison. 1884, S. C. Webb. 

President* of the Supervisors of the City and County— 1856, G. J. Wheelan. 1S56, E. W. Burr. 1858, E. W 
Burr. lfo'J, H. F. Teschemacker. 



HISTORICAL REVIEW. 13 

in width ; those run by O'Farrell and his successors in office vary from 60 to 824; feet, 
while Market Street is 120, and Van Ness Avenue 125 feet wide. A series of lines at 
right angles to each other, were laid down for the streets, without the slightest regard 
to the nature of the surface. As a consequence, large sums have been expended in 
rendering many locations accessible, which might have been avoided had some fore- 
thought, been given to the laving out of the city. East of Larkin and Johnston streets, 
the city is divided into Fifty vara lots; One hundred vara lots; Beach and Water 
lots ; North Beach blocks, and City Slip lots. In the Fifty Vara Survey, there are 
1,530 lots, with official numbers affixed, each fifty vara lot forming a square of 1374; 
feet, exclusive of Numbers G95, 709 and 753, which are duplicated ; 40 only of the 
fifty vara lots being located south of Market Street. One-third of the most valuable 
of these were originally sold at $12 each. The present prices would more than 
astonish the original purchasers. North of Market Street are also One hundred vara 
lots Numbers 1, 18, 24, 49, 50, 56, 57, 76, 673 and 675. In the One Hundred 
Vara Survey, each lot forming a square of 275 feet, the numbers range from 1 to 
420 ; however, there are but 398 official lots, as by some unaccountable oversight, 
Numbers 98 to 102, 108, 117 to 125, 152, 153, 154, 164, 236, 237 and 320 were 
omitted in the numbering. This survey is bounded by Johnston, Market and First 
streets. In the Beach and Water Lot Survey, all of them being east of Montgom- 
ery and First streets, there are 772 lots, each lot forty-five feet and ten inches in front, 
with a uniform depth of 1374; feet, having official numbers affixed. These water-lots 
were originally embraced within the limits of high and low water marks — hence the 
designation. In the North Beach Survey, there are 1 9 blocks, each block of six 
fifty vara lots, extending from the corner of Larkin and Jefferson streets to the junc- 
tion of Kearny and Bay streets, all of them fronting on the bay and under water. In 
the South Beach Survey, there are 33 blocks of various dimensions, fronting on the 
bay, and extending from Rincon Point to the junction of Harris and South streets — 
all under water. The City Slip Property, bounded by Clay, East, Sacramento and 
Davis streets, consists of 122 lots each, with a few exceptions, being 25 feet in front 
by 59 feet 9 inches deep. In December, 1853, this entire property was sold at auc- 
tion for $1,119,350. In addition to the foregoing, there are about 16 blocks east of 
Larkin and Johnston streets, without any official numbers attached. Of the older 
surveys of the city, mention must not be omitted of the 26 One hundred vara lots 
adjacent to the Lagoon, and north-west of Larkin Street, granted on petition in 1847 
-'48 by Alcaldes Hyde and Leavenworth. On the 20th of June, 1855, Commission- 
ers were appointed by ordinance to lay out blocks and streets, west of Larkin Street 
and south-west of Johnston and Market streets, extending to the city charter line of 
1851. The Commissioners reported a map, in accordance with the ordinance, and 
their proceedings were ratified and confirmed, and the map declared official by the 
Legislature. (See Statutes of 1858, p. 52.) This large tract is in two divisions, the 
first lying north of Market and Ridley streets, being about two and a half miles from 
the latter street to the bay, and about half that distance from Larkin Street to the 
charter line. In this division there are upwards of 500 blocks, the great majority of 
which contain six fifty vara lots each, (being nearly four acres to the block,) exclusive 
of seven large squares set apart for the public. The other division lies south of Mar- 
ket and Ridley streets, embracing the Mission Dolores, the Potrero Nuevo and Horn- 



14 SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY. 

er's Addition. All that portion of the city and county Boutb and west of the charter 
line of 1851, has been laid out in quarter-sections by the Surveyor-General of the 
United States. We may here add that the city charter line of 1851 embraced the 
north-east quarter of the present City and County, and formed a square of somewhat 
more than three miles. 

Geological Features. 

The principal rock formations of the vicinity of San Francisco are finely grained, 
compact sand-tone, associated with shales; together with erupted trappean rocks 
and serpentine, all probably of recent origin. The sandstone underlies the city, and 
is exposed along the shores of the bay, forming the principal promontories and points- 
On entering the bay from the Pacific, the rock is first seen at Point Lobos. The con- 
tinued action of the ocean-swell has worn the rocks into rugged cliffs, and excavated 
caverns and arches. Many large masses are detached from the cliffs, and lie scattered 
about in the surf. These isolated island-rocks are the places of resort for sea birds 
and the " huge sea-lion" — (Phoca Otaria Jubata). However, the best section of the 
same formation may be seen from Pacific Street, where Telegraph Hill has been 
excavated. There the stratification is very distinct, and the alternation of thick beds 
of argillaceous sandstone, with shales and slate, is visible. Up to the present time 
they have been found singularly devoid of fossils, not one shell having been met with 
in them. The covering of soil, which appears to have been derived from the decom- 
position of the strata, is found to be a good material for making bricks, and it is 
extensively used in that manufacture. This fact shows that the rocks contain a large 
per centage of alumina, and the presence of oxyd of iron is indicated by the rusted 
color of the weathered rock, as well as by the deep red tinge of the burned bricks. 
The formation, next in importance to the sandstone, in point of extent and develop- 
ment, is the serpentinoid rock. It forms-a high and prominent ridge, midway between 
the shores of the bay and the ocean, abutting upon Golden Gate, and forming Fort 
Point. The width of the ridge is about a mile and a half; but its extension, south- 
ward, is not accurately known. In that direction it is partly obscured by sand, but 
forms a knob at the Orphan Asylum, near the Mission. The dark-colored portions of 
the rock were used for the construction of that excellent institution ; but there is 
nothing to recommend it as a building-stone, except (in this instance) its presence on 
the spot, as it is not calculated to resist the action of the weather. Along the shores 
of the Mission Bay, there are extensive fiats of swampy land, of alluvial origin. The 
surface consists of a very thick turf, which, cut out and dried in the sun, is suitable 
for fuel. On the hills around the city, there is a slight formation of alluvial drift, 
limited in extent, and occupying the lower parts of the principal depressions. In 
boring through the earth on the site of the Custom House, several beds of sand, clay 
and gravel, were found to succeed in regular order for a depth of 60 to 80 feet. This 
locality is below tide-level, and it is between these accumulations of drift or alluvium 
and the rocks, that sheets of water, or water-bearing strata are found, and are reached 
by artesian borings in various parts of the city. Perhaps no point on the Pacific 
coast presents more favorable opportunities for studying the phenomena of sand-dunes 
than the peninsula of San Francisco. On the Pacific side there is an extensive beach, 
reaching for miles, north and south, and a long distance inland. A wide area is thus 



HISTORICAL REVIEW. 15 

covered by loose, dry sea-sand, and it has the aspect and character of a desert. From 
this large tract lias undoubtedly been accumulated, by the action of the ocean winds, 
the extensive formation of blown sand, which prevails within the city proper. Most 
of the hills in the city, where they were partially sheltered, are, or were, covered with 
a thick growth of shrubs (chamisal) which prevented the wind from acting upon their 
surfaces and removing the sand. Here, we may add, that artesian borings for water 
have been numerous, and that it is almost impossible to ascertain their number and 
localities. Water appears to be found in all parts of the city around the hills, and 
generally at a depth of not more than 150 feet, but the depth varies with the locality. 
In Happy Valley, the borings are successful at a depth of 70 feet; north of California 
street the depth increases, one in Montgomery Block being 160 feet. The depths to 
which borings are carried, increase from the base of the hills towards the bay, and 
many of the wells are bored down through the salt water. 

Estimated Municipal Expenses, 1860 — '61. 

As hereafter shown, the following items of expenditure are each provided for by 
special taxation, namely, for State purposes, our Funded Debts, Common Schools, and 
Street Lights. The following is an estimate of the demands upon the General Muni- 
cipal Fund for the fiscal year, commencing on the 1st day of July, 1860, viz : 

For Salaries $214,700 

" Fire Department and Salaries 30,000 

" Hospital Fund 33.600 

" Industrial School 12,000 

" Urgent Necessity and Stationery 14,500 

" Prisoners' Subsistence 7,000 

" Police Contingencies 3,600 

" Street Repairs, etc 24,000 

" Amount authorized by the last Legislature, etc 69,000 

Total, ordinary expenses, 1860-61 $408,400 

Together with the deficiency of 1859— '60 70,400 

Making a Total to be provided for, this year, of $478,800 

For three years prior t6 the consolidation of the City and County, the average 
expenses of the" two governments {exclusive of Schools and Bonded Debts) were 
$1,691,401 per year. To the tax-payers and to our citizens generally, this remarkable 
contrast cannot fail to be very gratifying. 

Municipal Ways and Means, 1860— '61. 
The following is an estimate of the receipts from all sources — except delinquent 
taxes— for the fiscal year, commencing on the 1st day of July, 1860, viz : 

From Taxes, 1860 — '61 (at 75 cents per $100) $255,000 

" Licenses 120,000 

" 1 [arbor Dues 1 5,000 

" Wharf and other Rents 12,300 

" State of California (Assessment Roll) 2,000 

" Fines, etc., in the Poiice and other Courts 20,000 

" Poll Taxes 1,500 

" Special Fee Fund 53,000 

Total receipts to meet deficiency and ordinary expenses $478,800 



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A.8 already observed, incoming receipts from delinquent taxes have not been in- 
eluded in the previous estimate, and the amount derivable from the taxes of 1860-'61 
(tlio assessment roll being incomplete) cannot be arrived at, with any certainty. 

Property Assessments for Eleven Years. 

In the year 1850, the assessment roll of San Francisco consisted of a small fools- 
cap volume of about 300 pages. At that period the 50 and 100-vara lots had not 
been subdivided. Now, in 1860, it requires, for the same purpose, ten super-royal 
folio volumes, of which seven contain the names of the owners, descriptions of the 
property, and the amount of the assessments, with the taxes extended. < >ne volume 
comprises an alphabetical index of between 8,000 and 9,000 names of owners, and 
two ponderous volumes contain the block-maps, which give, in the most minute and 
precise dimensions, a diagram of every tract, piece or parcel of land within the City 
and County. These, together with a score of field-books, aggregate upwards of 10,000 
manuscript pages. The subjoined form gives the amounts of the assessments, for 
eleven fiscal years, since the first organization of our local government, viz : 





Particular Class of Assessments. 
















Real Estate. 


Improvements. 


Personal Prop. 


Amounts. 


1850— '51 


$16,849,054 


In Personal 


$ 4,772,160 


$21,621,214 


1851— '52 


11,141,463 


do 


2,875,440 


14.016.903 


1852— '53 


15,676,356 


do 


2,805,381 


18.481.737 


1853— '54 


17,889,850 


$6,158,300 


4,852,000 


28,900,150 


1854— '55 


19,765,285 


9,159,935 


5,837,607 


34,762,827 


1855— '56 


18,607,800 


8,394,925 


5,073,847 


32.076.572 


1856— '57 


17,827,617 


8,345,667 


4,194,970 


30,368,254 


1857— '58 


15,576,545 


7,394,296 


12,426,335 


35,397,176 


1858— '59 


13,554,565 


5,946,585 


11.224,800 


30,725,950 


1859— '60 


14,172,235 


6,523,985 


9,323,002 


30,019,222 


I860— '61 








, . 35,000,000 



The actual value of the taxable property in this City and County is treble the amount 
the returns of the Assessor would indicate, a statement conceded by those who are 
at all familiar with the subject. It is equally well known that real estate bears con- 
siderably more than its rightful share of taxation, as compared with personal property. 
This is attributable to the difficulty experienced in ascertaining the amount and value 
of personal estate liable to assessments, and it is one of the causes which prevail of 
estimating landed property below its true value. AYhen contrasting these years, it 
should not be forgotten, that prior to 1856, the present county of San Mateo formed 
a portion of San Francisco. Nor does the column " Improvements" properly indicate 
the progress made in building during the past eleven years, for since 1851, materials 
and labor have been on the sliding scale. The steady increase in our population, 
the annihilation of fraudulent land titles, and the daily requirements of trade and 
manufactures, have for some months past, given a very perceptible impetus to invest- 
ments in real property, not experienced for several years prior to the present. " San 
Francisco seems to have within herself, recuperative energies, which, neither fires nor 
financial disasters can repress. For a long period, there have not been so many build- 



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17 



ino-s in course of erection as at the present time. Along the track of the Market 
Street Railroad the progress of improvement is particularly manifest." 

Rates of Taxation for Eleven Years. 

The rates of taxation for the fiscal year, commencing on the first day of July, 1860, 

are given in the margin. From these figures it is 
apparent that the current annual expenses of the 
municipality are hut 75 cents to the one hundred 
dollars. To this must be added the rates for the 
Street Lights, and School Fund ; while for debts 
contracted prior to the consolidation of the City 
and County governments (1st July, 1856) property 
owners are burdened with an impost of one per 
cent. The entire payments from all counties into 



Rates 1860— '61. 

For State Purposes $0 60 

" Bonded Debts 1 00 

" Municipal Fund 75 

" Street Lights 15 

" School Fund 35 



Total. 



the State Treasury, for the year 1859. amounted to $1,195,400— of this amount San 
Francisco paid (nearly one-third !) $340,000. The following is an exhibit of the rates 
of taxation for eleven years, distinguishing the items for State, for City, and for County 
purposes, with each year's total, viz : 





Rates of Taxation. 


Total Annual 


Fiscal Years. 


State 
Purposes. 


City 
Purposes. 


County 
Purposes. 


Kates. 


1850— '51 

1851— '52 

1852— '53 

1853— '54 

1854— '55 

1855— '56 

1856— '57 

1857— '58 

1858— '59 

1859— '60 

1860— '61 


$ cts. 
.. 50 
.. 50 
.. 30 
.. 60 
.. 60 
.. 70 
.. 70 
.. 60 
.. 60 
.. 60 
.. 60 


$ cts. 

1 00 

2 45 
2 45 
2 00 
2 15 
2 33£ 
1 60 

1 70 

1 85 

2 56, 9 
2 25 


$ cts. 
.. 50 
1 15 
1 66^- 
1 28l 

i io|- 

• • 82£ 


$ cts. 

2 00 
4 10 
4 4l£ 

3 88| 
3 85j 
3 85* 
2 30 


The City and 

County 
Consolidated. 


2 30 

2 45 

3 16*, 
2 85 



High, very high, as from the preceding figures, the rates have been with us ; our's 
will compare favorably with New Orleans, Mobile, Brooklyn and other Eastern cities. 
But the fact should not be lost sight of, that in San Francisco the difference between 
the assessed and the actual value of the property, may be averaged at about one- 
third. It follows, that if property were assessed at its fair value, the diminution of 
the rates would be in like proportion. The persistent delinquency of several of our 
large property owners, is another principal reason why good citizens continue to groan 
under these very heavy rates of taxation. Were it otherwise, instead of a deficiency 
of $70,000 in the fiscal year just ended, we would have a considerable balance in the 
Treasury. It cannot be urged that the present administration has been extravagant, 
or that it has appropriated funds to unworthy objects. On the contrary, economy 
has been carried almost to the extent of parsimony. But if our "solid men" will 
not bear their just proportion of the social burden, and impose the cost of govern- 



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incut upon those who are ever prompt, no administration of the lawB, however faithful, 
can rescue us from years of oppressive taxation. However, the payment of past 
taxes, a continuance of the present system of checks and guards in expenditure, the 
quieting of Ian. 1 titles, and the increasing value of real estate, will insure to us here- 
after, a very perceptible reduction in the rates of taxation. 

Bonded Debts of San Francisco. 

The statements already given would not be complete without an exhibit of our 
funded indebtedness, which forms so large an item in the rates of taxation. The 
following is a correct abstract of the San Francisco Bonds now in circulation, with 
their dates of issue and maturity, etc. The coupons are payable half-yearly, those 
marked with an asterisk (*) in New York, the others in San Francisco. 



Issued in 



By the 



Payable in 



Annual Rates. 



Annual Sink 
insr Fund. 



Amount of 

Bonds in circulation. 



1851. 
•1854. 
•1854. 

*1855. 

1858. 

*18G0. 



City 

School 

IFire 

City 

iCity and County, 
School 



1871 
1865 
1806 
1875 
1888 
1870 



10 per cent. 

7 
10 " 

6 « 

6 " 
10 " 



$50,000 

5,000 

16,666 

In 1865 

In 1867 

5,000 



81,366,200 

44,000 

178,500 

329,000 

1,133,934 

50,000 



Total amount of Bonds in circulation $3,101,634 

That this amount is large, it is true ; but it fortunately is not so large as to alarm 
us. It must be borne in mind that these bonded debts form an integral portion of the 
early history of the City. The discovery of gold brought hither an immense popula- 
tion ; their accommodation and the requirements of commerce created an immediate 
necessity for a City upon the Northern Pacific, and the obscure Cove of Yerba Buena 
was selected as its site. "Works of absolute necessity had to be contracted for at rates 
exorbitant, almost incredible — the wages of labor, the cost of materials and the interest 
of money far exceeded all former precedent. The work of years was compressed into 
the labor of months ; and to carry through these vast enterprises, involved indebted- 
ness to which the incoming taxes were inadequate. The municipal revenue had to be 
anticipated, and warrants were issued." Added to all this, the inflammable nature of 
the buildings subjected us to conflagrations which frequently desolated the city. 
Public offices were occasionally filled by men neither competent or reliable ; unbri- 
dled extravagance, and the confusion of our revenue system, were among the conse- 
quences, as are these bonded debts, which, notwithstanding their magnitude, can with 
ordinary prudence, be liquidated before the period prescribed by the Statutes. With 
reference to the City Bonds, assuming the assets of the commission to be good, there 
is on hand at this date (1st June, 1860) a balance applicable to their redemption of 
about $300,000, apart from the daily increasing value of the Bonds of 1858 held by 
the Board. As to the School Bonds of 1860, the issue is limited in amount to $75,000, 
although the bonds have not been all issued. It must be gratifying to the holders. to 
know that the legitimacy of these bonds has been fully indorsed by the highest legal 
tribunal in the State. 






HISTORICAL REVIEW. 19 

Our Resources and our Future. 

Our Resources are at least as numerous as those of any State in the Union, but their 
development will he gradual. Our Future is bright with hope. In San Francisco 
we have experienced hard times and disasters which would have crushed out the life 
of a less spirited community than our own. It rests with the people to perpetuate 
that affection for the State, hallowed by toil and travel, by placing California more 
prominently than ever before the eyes of the world. No other country has ever held 
forth such inducements for people to flock to her shores as this does at the present 
moment. Irrespective of her mineral wealth, this State possesses agricultural resour- 
ces and manufacturing facilities unsurpassed by any other. Her great range of cli- 
mate, varying from almost tropical heat to regions of eternal snow — with a geograph- 
ical position equal, at least, to the most favored country on the globe. For eleven 
years California has annually contributed between sixty and seventy millions of dol- 
lars, in treasure, to the wealth of the world and the purposes of commerce, all of which 
pass through the Golden Gate. Her population now numbers nearly 600,000 souls, 
who obtain their foreign supplies and export their own productions, through the port 
of San Francisco. The interior of the State abounds in fine cities, beautiful and thriv- 
ing towns and villages, mining hamlets, extensive and productive farms and ranchos, 
all of which depend on San Francisco as the great and only commercial center of 
operations. Manufactures have been established on a large scale, and the merchant 
fleets of. the civilized world traffic with our people ; and all depend entirely upon the 
port of San Francisco. Lines of steamers are established, connecting us with the East, 
with Oregon, Washington Territory and British Columbia, and incidentally, with 
South America and Australia, all going from and returning to the harbor of San 
Francisco. The establishment of the overland routes and of the Pony Express, has 
lent an additional value to many interests in this State, each of which is nourished and 
vivified through the harbor of San Francisco. The recent treaties with China and 
Japan, give promise of a vast and lucrative trade, at no distant day, between those 
countries and San Francisco. The certainty that a Pacific and Atlantic Railroad must 
sooner or later be built, and that when constructed, the greater portion of Oriental 
commerce must find its way to Europe and the Eastern States, though the harbor 
of San Francisco, is also undeniable. In a year we will be in telegraphic communi- 
cation with New York, very probably with Europe — and in five years, perhaps — with 
every portion of the civilized world. The East and the West will be then one, and 
isolation no longer felt. Ten years hence, telegraphic wires will radiate from every 
point, and railroads will connect us with each State in the Union. If California has 
wants, it is but for inhabitants only, for Providence seems to have bestowed on it 
the choicest gifts of nature, with a lavish hand. This State is now the battle-ground 
of progress, where the tide of Empire has at length found a barrier. The first part 
of the august conception of Coleridge has been realized, and the probability of the 
second greatly increased. The United States now stretches "from the Atlantic to 
the Pacific, and ere the end of the present century, it will be inhabited by a hundred 
millions of Freemen — living under laws derived from Alfred — and speaking the lan- 
guage of Milton and of Shakspeare." 



PROGRESS OF THE CITY. 



POPULATION, 1860. 

The following exhibit of the population of this City and County, has been prepared 
from the returns of the different canvassers engaged in collecting information for the 
compilation of the Sax Francisco Directory, for 1859-GO. The plan adopted was 
to arrange and classify each sex in three divisions, viz : Males ; First Class — the 
head of each family and members thereof, over twenty-one years of age ; Second Class. 
— those between five and twenty-one ; Third Class — those under five years of ages 
Females: First Class — those over eighteen years of age; Second Class — those 
between five and eighteen ; Third Class — those under five years of age. Also, to 
collect such data as would furnish an approximation of the different elements com- 
posing our population not included in the foregoing classifications: 

White males over 21. names in Register of 1859-00 21,500 

" (a)Resideuts. floating, not obtained 4,900 

" " (6)Average number at different hotels, board- 

ing and Lodging houses, in addition to 

the regular boarders, etc 4,500 

" " In Hospitals 490 

" " (c)Engaged upon water crafts, ocean and river 2,500 

" " (d)Foreigners — Europeans, French, Germans, 

Spanish, etc.,not registered 5.000 

Total over 21, — 38.890 

" Between 5 and 21, number registered 5,453 

" Under 5, number registered 5,000 

Total white males 49.343 

Females over 18, number registered 14.696 

" Omitted, estimated 500 

" Between 5 and 18, number registered 4,370 

" " Under 5, number registered 4,419 

Total white females — 23,985 

Total white population 73,328 

Chinese males, over 21 2.410 

" Females, over 18 540 

Males and females, under 18 200 

Total Chinese 3, 150 

Colored males, over 21 745 

" Females, over 21 531 

" Children, under 21 329 

Total colored 1.605 

. Total population 78,083 

The observations during the progress of our labors of the present year, have con- 
firmed the accuracy of the above canvass. The number of names contained in the 
present volume, is nearly twenty-six thousand ; four thousand five hundred more 
than are contained in the issue of last year. This excess should not be regarded as a 
ratio of the increase of our population for the past year ; for the reason that several 
causes exist to prevent such a result, the most prominent of which are, the exodus 

(a) These comprise a class of population claiming a residence in this city, who have no permanent place of abode. 

(b) This number has been arrived at by a careful estimate obtained from the different proprietors. 
0) This number includes those persons sailing from this port, who claim a residence in this city. 
(<0 This number has been arrived at from actual observation. 



PROGRESS OF THE CITY. 21 

created by the discovery of the silver mines of Utah Territory, and the steady 
decrease of a class included in the preceding table, as "floating." This element of our 
population, hitherto so numerous, is, from a variety of causes, becoming less every 
year; and at no period has the decrease been so apparent as during the past twelve 
months. Again, the City and County have been more thoroughly canvassed than 
heretofore, and many persons, whose names were not obtained last year, are included 
in the Register of the present volume. Notwithstanding these drawbacks, it is 
believed, that the increase of the permanent residents, especially families, will more 
than overbalance the losses occasioned thereby; so that the aggregate of our present 
population will exhibit a healthy increase over the estimates of last year. 

The near approach of the completion of the National Census, renders it unneces- 
sary to present any further speculations upon a subject which will be definitely set- 
tled by the official canvass itself. 

IMPROVEMENTS, Etc. 

The progress of the City during the past twelve months, has been more rapid than 
at any similar period of its history. The improvements are more permanent in 
their character, and nearly every section bears evidence of its onward march, in all 
the elements of civilization and commercial prosperity. 

New Buildings.— The number erected since June, 1859, is nearly four hundred, 
of which one hundred and forty are of brick. Several of the latter will compare 
favorably with those of any other section of the Union. Particular mention may bo 
made of the following: New Masonic Temple, (now being erected), Music Hall, 
Academy of Music, Stevenson's Block, Mercantile Library Building, Government 
House, and New Helvetia Hotel. Each of these buildings is over sixty feet in width, 
and varying in depth from one hundred to one hundred and forty feet. 

Ni mber of Buildings. — The number of buildings in the City and County, is 
10,123, as follows: 



Wood. — One story 3.714 

" Two stories 4,733 

" Three " 152 

" Four " 4 

8,603 

Brick.— One story 243 

" Two stories 925 

" Three " 253 

" Four " 37 

" Five " 3 

1,461 

Iron. — One story 8 

" Two stories 30 

" Three " 6 



Iron. — Four stories. 



Adobe. — One story 1 

" Two stories 3 

" Three " 1 

Four " 1 

Stone. — One story 1 

" Two stories 3 

" Three " 1 

" Four " 1 



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Total 10,123 



In the above table, there are included each, as one, over seventy buildings, varying 
in width from fifty to one hundred and forty feet. 

Improvements of Streets. — The condition of the Streets exhibits a marked im- 
provement over former years. Many of the leading thoroughfares have been either 
re-paved or re-planked, and the system of sewerage now being extended throughout 
the City, must have a tendency, not only to improve its sanitary condition, but also 
to enhance the value of real estate. 



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Returns of and County Assessor, 1859. 

Surface. — Approximate area in acres, 27,000; land cultivated, 1,725 acres; land, 
arable, uncultivated, 9,000 acres; land for grazing, 6,000 acres; land occupied by 
the City proper, 2,100 acres; land, mostly barren sand hills, 8,175 acres. Of the 
cultivated portion, 1,000 acres are used for vegetable gardens, producing several crops 
a year. 

Agricultural Products. — Land cultivated as gardens, 1,000 acres; wheat, 
25 acres, 700 bushels; barley, 250 acres, 7,500 bushels; oats, 450 acres, 9,000 
bushels; tallow, 500,000 pounds. 

Fruit Treks and Vines. — Apple trees, 3,500; peach, 3,500; pear, 2,700; plum, 
1,700; cherry, 1,700; nectarine, 100; quince, 1,000; apricot, 2,500; fig, 100; 
prune, 1,000 ; almond, '20 ; gooseberry, 7,000 ; raspberry, 2,500 ; strawberry, 350,- 
000 ; grape, 2,000 ; currant, 7,000. 

Live Stock. — American and horses Spanish, tame, 5,000 ; mules and asses, 100 ; 
cows, 2,500 ; calves, 500 ; oxen, 100 ; sheep, 2,000; goats, 300 ; hogs, 5,000 ; chick- 
ens, turkeys, ducks and geese, 5,000. 

A Monthly Statement of Letters Sent by Overland Route, No. 12,578. 

VIA LOS ANGELES, FROM JUNE 1, 1859, TO JUNE 1, 1860. 



Mouth. 


No. of Letters 


Amount of Post- 


No. of Letters 


Amount of Post- 


Total No. of 


Total Amount 




Received. 


ayes Received. 


Sent. 


ages .- 


Letters. 


of Postages. 


June, 1859 


13,007 


1,199 


90 


18,344 


1,881 


71 


31,351 


3,081 61 


July 


12,809 


1,134 


26 


24,906 


2,627 


78 


37,775 


3,762 04 


August " 


14,976 


1,379 


92 


24,720 


2,094 


42 


39,696 


4,071 34 


Sept'r " 


12,233 


1,256 


83 


23,012 


2,507 


15 


35,845 


3,763 98 


October " 


18,149 


1,812 


87 


27,851 


3,051 


75 


46,000 


4,864 62 


Nov'r 


13,705 


1,346 


43 


28,605 


3,295 


13 


42,370 


4,041 56 


Dec'r 


15,366 


1,521 


18 


55,219 


6,446 


43 


70,585 


7,967 61 


JanY, I860 


23,735 


2,265 


32 


45,915 


5,252 


83 


69,650 


7,518 15 


Feb'y " 


38,674 


3,765 


78 


03,030 


7,323 


85 


101,704 


11,089 63 


March " 


40,908 


4,086 


98 


71,557 


8,077 


73 


112,405 


12,164 71 


April 


42,358 


4,556 


89 


66,439 


7,628 


14 


108,797 


12,185 03 


May 


39,497 


4,024 


85 


55,596 


6,700 


14 


95,093 


10,724 99 


Total. 


285,477 


28,351 


21 


505,854 


56,887 


06 


791,331 


85,838 27 



Operations of the U. S. Branch Mint, for the year ending December 31, 1859. 

Gold Deposits, ozs 701,342 50 

Silver Deposits, ozs 209.81 7 65 

44 Parted from Gold, ozs 76,585 68 

COINAGE. 

Gold Coinage 812,918,000 00 

« Bars refined 19,871 68 



Total Gold Coinage 812,937,871 68 

" Silver Coinage 329,000 00 

" Bars refined 75.624 68 



Total Coinage, Gold and Silver 813,342,496 36 

(No imparted gold bars made.) 



CHRONOLOGICAL HISTORY OF PRINCIPAL EVENTS, 

From June 1st, 1859, to June 30th, 1860. 



JUNE 6, 1859. $23,75,277 31 in treasure, 
shipped per steamer Gulden Age, 

JUNE 7. A destructive tire this morning on the 
east side of Kearny street between Jaekson and 

Pacific. Five bouses destroyed. 

June 10. William .Morris, alias "Tipperary 
Bill," hung in the yard of the County Jail, for 
the murder of Richard II. Doak, mate of the 
bark Success. 

June 12. Celebration of the Eighth Anniver- 
sary of the Sau Francisco Sunday School Union. 
Estimated that 1,300 Sunday school children and 
nearly 300 teachers were present on the occasion, 

June 15. Howard Engine Co. No. 3cel< 
their ninth anniversary. 

June 17. Subscriptions are being taken for the 
purchase of a splendid sword, as a present from 
the Italians of California to Victor Emanuel, 
King of Sardinia. 

June 20. $1,904,038 67 treasure shipped per 
steamer Sonora. 

JUNE 23. Capt. Ephraim Pendleton sentenced 
by the Judge of the U. S. Circuit Court to 12 
months' imprisonment, and to paya fine of $175, 
for beating, wounding and imprisoning three sea- 
men on the bark Sarah Park. 

June 27. A difficulty occurred between the 
Hon. D. C. Broderick and D. W. Perley, at the 
International Hotel. Mr. Perky challenged 
Broderick, and demanded "the satisfaction due 
from one gentleman to another." Mr. Broderick 
declined to accept the challenge from him or any 
other person, "during the pendency of the pres- 
ent political cam,' 

J\ me. Greatest cold, average 44°, on the 2d, 
4th, 11th, 14th and 19th. Greatest heat, 3 P. ML, 
78°, on the 15th. Rain, 0.* 

JULY I. C a procession of Military, 

Fire and other Companies, Societies and Asso- 
ciations, which extended one mile in length. At 
the Plaza, the Declaration of Independence was 
read, and an oration delivered by J. V. Y 
In the evening, there was a public display of 
fireworks. It rained in the morning, and sprinkled 
at intervals through the day, which was cloudy 
and lowering. 

July 5. Six wooden buildings destroyed by 
fire on Davis street, between Broadway and Val- 
lejo. The tire originated in the house occupied 
by Thoa Burns and .lames Mulloy, on the N. W. 
corner of Broadway and Vallejo. A sailor in 
Mullo\ ! was burned to death. 

JULY 6. $2,255,134 17 treasure, shipped per 
steamer Gfoi 

JULY 7. Albert Lee, a colored person, shoots 
his wife, and immediately alter shot himself. 
The woman died on the 9th iust. from the effects 
of the wound, but Lee recovered. Lee was 

*The Compiler is Indebted to Mr. Thos. Tennent fur 
the meteoi oiugical monthly reports. 



found guilty of murder in the first degree on tho 
30th of October, and was sentenced to be hung 
on the Gth of January, but received a respite 

from the Supreme Court on the 2Gth of Decem- 
ber, until ''further order and judgment on ap- 
peal shall be given." 

July 11. First news received via Nevada in 
regard to rich gold and silver discoveries at 
Washoe and Truekoe River. 

July 20. $1,&39,370 95 treasure shipped per 
steamer Golden Age. 

July 22. Small hydrants are being put up on 
sundry street corners by the Water 

Company, in response to the request of the Dash- 
away Temperance Association. 

July. Greatest cold, 42° on the 11th. Great- 
est heat, 3 P. M., 71 u on the 5th. Lain, 0. 

August 1. Freeman & Co.'s Express robbed 
of $9,865 in gold dust. The robbery was effected 
at the time of transferring the treasure from the 
boat to the Company's wagon on the wharf. 
James Mulhare, the porter to whom the bags 
were delivered by the Agent, and John I 
an accomplice, were both arrested for the offense, 
tried, convicted and sentenced on the LOth of 
September — Mulhare to 14 years, and Conner to 
5 years' imprisonment. 

AUGUSTS. ,s2. 144,975 98 treasure shipped per 
steamer John L. Siepfo 

August 8. The Sixth Anniversary of tho 
Young Men's Christian Association commenced 
by a meeting and address by Lev. Mr. Cheney. 

August 10. A slight shock of an earthquake 
was felt this evening. 

August 13. A large meeting of Germans at 
Turn-Yerein Hall, fyr the purpose of taking some 
measures that will put a stop to the employment 
of German girls in dance-cellars and as street 
musicians in California. 

August 15. The anniversary of Louis Napo- 
leon's baptismal day celebrated 1 > \ a A t 
the church of Notre Damedes Victoires. There 
was a serious disturbance made on the occasion 
by some ultra-French Republicans, who protested 
against the whole affair, one of whom was ar- 
rested by the police and taken to the Station 
House. 

August 1G. The Hon. Horace Greeley, Editor 
of the New York Tribune, arrived this morning, 
having made an overland trip from 2v'ew York 
aeross the continent via Salt Lake City. 

August 17. A bull-tight at the Mission, and 
one of the jyicadorts ribs broken. . . .Mr. Gree- 
ley made a speech this evening before a large 
audience, in favor of an Atlantic anil Racine 
Railroad. 

AUGUST 20. $2,132,566 24 treasure shipped 
per steamer Soki 

AUGUST 28. A brilliant Aurora Borealis visible 
from 9 to 12 P. M. 



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August 29. Bayard Taylor arrives. Ee clo- 
ture before the Mercantile Ia- 
in on the Lfil of September. 
A i oi ST. I rreatesl cold, 15 ' on the 4th, l Ith, 
16th, L9th, 25tb and 31 at, '.: V. 

M., 72 fth. Bain, 2-100of an inch. 

2,123,613 '-'l treasure Bhipped 
per Bteami i \<j<-. 

September «;. The Third Annual Fair of the 
California State Horticultural Society opened at 
Musical Hall, and continued fur live (lays. 

September 7. Municipal and Sta 

your tickets in the field, viz : People's, Domo- 
cratic, Anti-Lecompton, and Republican. Tlio 
municipal People's ticket was elected, with the 
ion of Mr. Wm. Sherman, candidate for Su- 
perintendent of Public Schools. 

Bbptembeb 9. I of California Pio- 

celebrated the 9th anniversary of the ad- 
mission of the State of California into the Union 
by a procession, an oration by Willard B. Far- 
well, and the recitation of a poem writto 
John R. Ridge. .. .California Engine Co. No. 4, 
celebrated their 9th anniversary this evening. 

....An earthquake shock this morning 

Judge Terry challenges Mr. Broderick to a hos- 
tile meeting, in consequence of disparaging re- 
marks concerning himself made by the Senator 
at the international Hotel in June last. 

September 11. The First German Evangelical 
Church dedicated with the customary ceremo- 
nies. 

September 12. Messrs. Broderick and Terry, 
with their respective seconds, meet to exchange 
shots, but are prevented by the arrival of the 
Police. Both parties arrested and taken before 
the Polii charged with an intent to tight 

with deadly weapons. After a lengthy discus- 
sion the complaints were dismissed. 

SEPTEMBER 1 3. Judge Terry and Senator Brod- 
erick met again this morning in mortal combat. 
At the first lire the latter fell desperately wounded, 
the ball from Terry's pistol striking him in the 
right breast. .. .The machinery of the U. 6. 
steamer Saginaw completed at the Union Foun- 
dry, being the tirst work of the kind done in 
California. 

September 16. Mr. Broderick died this morn- 
ing from the wound received in the late duel. 
Universal regrets were manifested by our citi- 
zens at this unexpected calamity. The tiags of 
the various public buildings, and on the vessels 
in the Fay, were displayed at half-mast, and bus- 
br the day was almost suspended. All 
the Courts which would have been in session 
were adjourned, as a mark of respect to the de- 
ceased. 

September 17. The body of Mr. Broderick 
was placed in state in the Union Hotel, where it 
was visited during the day by thousands of our 
citizens. 

Shptember 13. The funeral of Mr. Broderick 
took place to-day, and was one of the most im- 
posing spectacles ever witnessed in California. 
Most of the public buildings were draped with 
mourning. A large stand or catafalque was 
erected on the Flaza, where the remains of the 
late Senator were conveyed, and Col. F. 1). Baker 



delivered a funeral oration. After the address 

the coffin was placed in 

ib in I ■ Mountain Cemetery, followed 

liy an inin<> D ion. 

September 19. Vivid Hashes of lightning fol- 
lowed by low rumbling thunder in the i 

horizon this evening V musical celebration 

in honor of Alexander Vim Humboldt, by our 

German citizens, at the A rican '1'heater. 

September 20. .- shipped 

n'T John L. Stephens. . . .Meetini 
Pacific Railroad Convention. Delegates from 
Oregon and Washington Territory attended and 
participated in tin- . At this meet- 

ing the city of San Fran 'i to be 

the proper western terminus of the road, and 
a resolution was passed declaring a deckled pre- 
advocating the " Central Route" across 
i incut. The Convention continued in ses- 
sion tor five days. 

EMBER 22. Address of CoL F. W. Fan- 
ore the Pacific Railroad Convention and 
citizens generally, advocating the importai 
a Pacific and Atlantic Railway.... A severe 
earthquake shock felt this morning. 

SEPTEMBER 23. The Masonic Hall Association 
purchased the lot on the north-west comer of 
Montgomery and Post streets, for the purpose of 

ig thereon a build ii 
000, for the use of the Masonic fraternity. 
September 24. MeBsrs. Kellogg >v Humbert, 

assayers, east the 1 Id bar ever made in 

California, and. perhaps, in the world. It is 12 
inches long, 05 inches wide and 4 inches thick, 
weighing 2,251.25 ounces. 915 tine, and worth 
S42.581 71. . . .Earthquake shock this morning. 

SEPTEMBER 2o. The eighth anniversary of the 
Tum-Vereiu Association celebrated by a proces- 
sion and festival at the " Yolks' Garden." 

SEPTEMBER 26. A large meeting held at Mu- 
sical Hall, for the purpose of taking measures to 
erect a monument in memory of Senator Brod- 
erick. 

SEPTEMBER. Greatest cold, 45° on the 11th, 
13th and 2oth. Greatest heat. 3 P. M., 77° on 
the 30th. Rain, 3-100 of an inch. 

OCTOBER 2. The corner-stone of the new 
Church of St. F'raucis, (Catholic) on Yallejo St., 
was laid to-day with appropriate ceremoi. 
the Rev. Archbishop Alemany. 

October 5. New.- received respecting the ex- 
traordinary richness of the Comstock l< 
Washoe, in its yield of silver. Five tons of the 
ore have been crushed and tested in this city, 
and found to be worth from $2,500 toS3,U00 per 
ton. . . .A severe earthquake shock this noon, 
which was of sufficient intensity to cause the 
occupants of Montgomery Flock and the brick 
hotels to leave for the open street. ...$1 
280 7G treasure shipped per steamer 1 

OCTOBER 13. A match race between thi 
Francisco built yacht Pride, of the Hay, and the 
New York built boat John Daniels, for .- 
side. The distance run was a and 

was won by the Pride, beating or 6 

minutes and 28 seconds.... Slack 

Fass was caught in the Fay n< and, 

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OCTOBER 10. Winfield Scott, Lieutenant-Gen- 
eral of the U. S. Army, arrived en route for the 
disputed island of .San Juan. He was received 
by several military companies, .who, together 
with a large concourse of private citizens, es- 
corted him through the principal public streets. 
The General was everywhere received with the 
most enthusiastic demonstrations. At the inter- 
section of .Montgomery and Sacramento streets, 
a triumphal arch was erected, which was deco- 
rated with flowers and evergreens. On one side 
were the words, "LUNDT'8 Lank, Vera CRUZ, 
ChapuXTEPEC;" on the reverse, " CherubuscO. 



Cekro Uokdo, Mexico." 



I irjTOBEB J T. Knickerbocker Engine Co. Xo. 5, 
celebrated their 9th anniversary this evening. 
The German " Schutzen-Verein," or Rifle Club, 
celebrated their 1st anniversary at Buss' Garden. 

OCTOBER 20. $1,599,648 50 treasure shipped 
per steamer Sonora, together with 4 tons silver 
ore from Washoe, shipped to France, and valued 
at $7,000. 

iBER 23. First fall rain to-day. 

October. Greatest cqld, 42° on the llth and 
lGth. Greatest heat, 3 P. M., 82° on the 1st. 
Rain, 5-100 of an inch. 

November 2. The Grand Jury presented to 
the Court of Sessions an indictment against 
Judge David S. Terry, for lighting a duel. 

NOVEMBER '■'>. -Match race between the sloop 
yachts Pride of the Bay and Geonje Steers, for 
$500 a side. The Pride, as we have previously 
stated, is California built. The Pride beat the 
Steers 4 minutes and 35 seconds. 

NOVEMBER 4. The San l-'rancisco Glass Works 
successfully established. Good glass was made 
to-day, and several bottles blown from it. 

No> EMBER •">. $1,721,579 95 treasure shipped 
per steamer Gold* n Age. 

No\ EMBER T. Meeting held for the purpose of 
establishing an astronomical observatory on this 
coast. . . .The tenth anniversary of the ban Fran- 
cisco Bible Society celebrated. 

November 13. Birth-day of Frederick von 
Schiller, celebrated by our German citizens. 
There was a public procession and a festival at 
aiden, which continued two days. 

November 17. The second anniversary of the 
Slavonic Ulyric Mutual Benevolent Association 
celebrated by a banquet, speeches, etc. 

November 21. ,si.s77,420 33 treasure shipped 
per steamer John L. Stephens. 

November 24. Second match race between 
the yachts Pride of tic: Bay and George rSkum, 
fur $500 a side. The Pride was the victor, beat- 
ing tiie Steers 9i minutes. 

November 27. Destructive conflagration on 
the south-east comer of "Washington and Dupont 
streets. Six houses burned. 

November 28. Peter Burns shot by Philip R. 
Robinson, on Jackson street. Burns died m a 
k-w minutes after receiving his wound. Robin- 
son wa d, February 9th, of murder 



of age. 



December 1. A moderate earthquake shock 
early this morning. 

December 2. The new steam pump of the 
Bensley Water Company at Black Point, started 
to-day with success. The water is forced into a 
reservoirata hight of 140 let. :;,ooo,ooo gal- 
lons can be raised every 24 hours. 

Decemijer 4. Death of Mr. Kldridge Gr. Paige, 
well known to the public as "Dow. Jr.," the fa- 
cetious writer of '-Short Patent Sermons," pub- 
lished in the New York Mercury and San Fran- 
cisco Golden Era. Mr. Paige was a native of 
Connecticut, an old typo, and was about 44 years 



December 5. 81,409,821 59 treasure shipped 
per steamer Golden Gate ....Judge Hoffman, of 
the U. S. District Court, files an opinion continu- 
ing the " Scherrebeck claim,' sou varus Bquare, 
situate on El ltiucon, or Rincon Point. The 
same was rejected some years ago by the Board 
of California Laud Commissioners. . . .Firemen's 
election for Third Assistant Engineer. Mr. Ed- 
ward Stewart, of Vigilant Co. .No. 9, was the 
-fid candidate. . . .Thomas Raleigh Mahau, 
a member of the San Francisco Minstrels, and a 
general favorite with the public, died from an ac- 
cidental pistol shot. 

December 6. A slight earthquake this evening. 

December 10. Election for state Senator. Mr. 
A. C. Peachy (Dem.) was the successful candidate. 

December 11. The Russian steam corvettes 
Rynda and Novidc, ten guns each, arrived. :;.j 
days from Hakodadi, J apan, under command of 
Admiral Pqpoff. 

December 12. Report of the Auditor of the 
Industrial School Department before the Board 
of Supervisors. Receipts for the last six mouths 
ending .November, s<o, 151 45. Expens< 
209 70. Demands exceeding amount in Treas- 
ury issued last quarter, ,s 1,1ns 4.S. Total 
expenses, $9,408 18. Cash on hand, $1,683 27. 
. . . .Judge llager, of the Court of Sessions, re- 
fuses to issue a mandamus ordering the transfer 
of Judge Terry's indictment for lighting a duel 
from that Court to the Fourth District Court. 
The case was immediately after appealed to the 
Supreme Court, which, on the 2d of February, 
affirmed the judgment thai Judge Terry's trial 
must take place m the Court of Sessions. 

December 14. 480 Indians brought to this 
city under charge of Gen. Kibbe, and encamped 
at North Beach. The captives are mostly from 
Pitt River, and will be taken to the Indian Res- 
ervation at Mendocino. 

December 17. Fire at 82 Sacramento street, 
store occupied by Alexander & Co. Budding 
and stock badly damagi 

December 18. Fire on Dupont street " near 
Broadway. The millinery store of M. Nathan- 
son, and the saddle and haruess store of Mr. 
Lister adjoining, mostlj' destroyed. 

December 19. The grading ol the Market 
street Railroad is rapidly progressing. A call 



the second degree, and on the 3d of March was tor 5()per cent, of the amount of subscription to 
sentenced to imprisonment for life. J stock in the road was made on the loth mst., to 
NOVEMBER. Greatest cold, 30 J on the 24th. be paid in ten days $55,493 paid to the San 

Greatest heat, 09° on the 14th. Rain 7 and 1- ranciSCO Gas Company by the City and County 
28-100 inches. j Treasurer, being the amount of a judgment ob- 



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tained by the Company against the city and 
county in 1857. 

December 20. $1,812 art Bhippcd 

per strainer Sonora. . . .Death of John Hogan. 
B£r. Hogan was injured by the Police offlcera 

while resisting his arrest on a warrant, <m the 
evening of the L7th inst A coroner's jury con- 
vened nil till' 'J 1st inst., found the cause of liis 

death to he "cerebral apoplexy.". .. .Fu 
evening on Montgomery street, between Tine 
ami Bush Dwelling occupied by Charles Hall, 
mostly destroyed, 

DECEMBER 21. Mr. Henry P. Janes, late Su- 
perintendent of the San Francisco Public Schools, 
makes bis ninth annual report. He states that 
there are :: 1 BChoolS under the control of the 
Board Of Education, viz: 8 Grammar, 7 Inter- 
mediate, 12 Primary, - Evening, 1 Colored and 
1 High School. Expenditures for tin- School 
tmenl for the rear ending June 30th, 1859, 
SI 1 1,500 .".."». Bchool Fund for the year, si 12,- 
510 34. old demands ($10,505 64), and Sink- 
ing Fund (5,000), $15,506 (14. Deficit to be 
paid from the.fund of 1859-60, $14,695 85. Ave- 

: tendance of scholars, 2,800 Three 

steamers now running to Sacramento City. Fare, 

$1,00, 50 CtS. and 25 ets A deposition was 

produced in the Fourth District Court from Grurn- 
ecindo Florez, a resident of Santa Barbara, now 
65 years of age, Lieutenant-Colonel by Brevet 
under the Mexican Government iii 1825, Admin- 
istrador of the Pueblo of Sau Francisco, and af- 
terwards ComaUdante Militar of Santa Barbara 
to 1846, who deposes that the boundary of the 
pueblo of San Francisco, officially established in 
1835, was as follows : Commencing from the Bay 
Francisco, and bounding with the rancho of 
Don Jose Sancho, known as the rancho of Buri- 
Buri, and thence by the lakes of San Bruno and 

i de la Merced to the sea A portion of 

Oregon street between Battery and Front, fenced 
in by J. L. Jungermau, owing to a dispute re- 
specting title. 

DECEMBER 29. News by overland mail first 
telegraphed from Firebaugh's Ferry, 111 miles 
below San Jose and 1G0 from Sau Francisco. 

December 30. San Francisco Insolvent Calen- 
dar for the year 1859 : Applicants 5G ; liabili- 
1821,641; assets, $96,831; decrees of dis- 
charge. 35; cases pending commenced in 1858, 
15. . . .Divorce calendar for the year 1859 : Ap- 
plicants, 69 ; commenced by wives, 56 ; by hus- 
bands, 13; divorces granted, 38. Total cases 
pending. 70.. . .Total cases of insanity in 1859, 90. 
December 31. Police Department, 1859 : Ar- 
rests. 7.:)44. Principal offenses : Drunk, 2,673; 
Assault and Battery, 983 ; Petty Larceny, 372 ; 
Violating City Ordinances, 145; Grand Larceny! 
124; Malicious Mischief, 117. Total amount 
collected during the year for tines, $20,620 42. 
DECEMBER. Greatest cold, 32° on the 22d. 
!8t heat, 64° on the 10th. Rain, 1 and 
57-100 inches. 

Mortality Statistics for the Year. — Total 
deaths under 5 years, 629 ; between ages of 5 
and 10 years. 84; between 10 and 20, 49 ; be- 
tween 20 and 40, 539; between 40 and 60, 218; 
upwards of 60, 27 ; still born, 43. Total 1,589. 



January 1, I860. The DashaWay Temperance 
Society celebrate their first anniversary. This 
society has increased from 5 or meml 
2.500, with branch societies in i:: Atlantic 
in, Washington Territory and the 
Sandwich Islands. 

January i. There are now 7 Lodges, 2 Kn- 

eaiiipments and 1 Degree Lodge of Odd Fellows 

iii San Francisco. All meet, at the Hall, corner 
of Bush ami Kearny streets; the property for- 
merly known as Minerva Hall having been pur- 
chased and litted up by the Lodges and Kn- 

camptnents meeting in it, at an expense of $29,- 

000. They have a library of over 7000 volumes, 
and a cabinet of curiosities collected from all 
parts of the Pacific Coast. The library was 
Opened for the delivery of books March 12, 
1855, with 1000 volumes. Its revenue is de- 
rived exclusively from the Association. 

JANUARY 5. si, 777, 006 treasure shipped per 
r Golden Atj<- : and $94,596 per steamer 
Champion. 

January 6. Total value of freights on cargoes 
from Atlantic and foreign ports for 1859, $4,- 

017,758 There were 2812 deeds recorded 

during the year, ending Dec. 31, 1859, exclusive 
of those made for nominal considerations. The 
gross amount was $6,963,125 08. General aver- 
age for each month, $2,476 21. Largest amount 
of any one deed, $85,000. There were 3 convey- 
ances by Limaiitour. 

January 10. Assessor's Report, San Francisco 
County, for the year 1S59: Acres, 27.000. Value, 
Sl7.:i20,028. Value of improvement.. $6,540,- 
045. Value of personal property. $9,377,075. 
Value of taxable property, $33,777,075. state 

tax, at 60 cents on the dollar, $202,662 45 

a during the year 1859 from Atlantic 
. From New York, shortest passage, 102 
days ; average time, 139£ days. From Boston, 
shortest, 112 days; average, 1404. di 

January 11. Financial condition of San Fran- 
cisco at the close of the year 1859: Balance of 
cash on hand, June 30, 1858, $88,754 97. Rev- 
enue for fiscal year, ending June 30, 1859, - 
088 25. Expenditures do. do., $848,748 64. 
Amount of funded debt. $3,087,600. Kate of 
interest on same, 6, 7 and 10 per cent, per an- 
num. " Amount of unfunded or outstanding in- 
debtedness, §32,000. Judgments, not admitted 
by the Board of Supervisors, $32,000. Rejected 

City and County scrip. $1,610,650 The right 

hand of Win. S. Olwell torn from his wrist by a 
premature discharge of a cannon while tiring a 
salute in honor of the election of Gov. M. S. 
Latham to the office of U. S, Senator. 

January 12. The jury in the Wappner case 
(2d trial) fail to agree, after being out 30 hours. 
The Judge decided that according to a recent 
decision of the Supreme Court, no man could 
serve as juror who had formed an opinion iu the 
matter by reading the newspapers. 

January 13. News received of the wreck of 
the steamer Northerner, near Cape Mendocino. 
38 persons were drowned. The boat a total 
loss. Caused by striking a rock, and beaching 
the boat afterwards. 

JANUARY 16. Over 8000 letters received by 



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erland Mail from the Atlantic and West- 
ern States, being by tar the largest mail ever 
brought through on this route. 

Janizary la. Animal Report of Dr. Raymond, 
Resident Physician' City and Comity Hospital: 
Number of patients .Ian. 1. '.v.'. 171. Number of 
patients admitted daring the year. 959. Of these. 
7oi; have been cured, 98 discharged by request. 
149 have died, and 177 now in Hospital Not 

more than £ of the patients were actual residents 

ofthecouuty There are 1 <;.">:: Sunday scholars 

attending the various Protestant churches in this 
city as reported before a meeting of the Sabbath 
School Union this evening. 

JANUARY 17. C. L. Weller, P. If., notifies the 
citizens, that agreeably to instructions, on and 
after Monday, Jan. 23, he shall dispatch all let- 
ters mailed or coining to this office for the At- 
lantic States, by the Overland route via Los An- 
geles, excepting only those that are directed 
Panama." 

Jantaky 120. $1,50(3.025 in treasure shipped 
per steamer John L. Stephens Judge McAl- 
lister, of the U. S. Circuit Court, delivers a long 
opinion, giving his reasons for refusing to dis- 
solve the injunction in the New Ahnaden Mine 
case. .. .36,183 passengers arrived, and 24.78X 
passengers departed during the year 1859. Gain 
13,395. .. .1713 vessels of a total tonnage of 
598,631, arrived at this port during the year 
1859, of which 1572 vessels were American, 
548,055 tons, and 141 foreign, 50,756 tons. 

Jantaky 23. Musical Hall, together with 
several buildings on Montgomery street, de- 
stroyed by lire. 

JANUARY 25. The Supreme Court renders a 
decision in the contested Chief Engineership of 
the Fire Department. At the ion, in De- 

cember, 1857, Whitney received rive more votes 
than his competitor. Mr. Xuttman. Nuttman al- 
leged that persons, not entitled to vote, had 
voted for Whitney. The Board of Delegates re- 
fused to declare the result of that election, and 
ordered a new one, which resulted in a majority 
of votes for J. C. Lane. The Supreme Court de- 
cided that the proceedings of the Board of Dele- 
gates in their refusal to declare the result of the 
first election, and subsequent proceedings in or- 
dering a new one. were illegal. 

JANUARY 30. A monster doctiment, 247 feet 
long, and containing 11,000 signatures, headed 
by a protest against Chinese Cooieyiem in this 
State, sent to the Legislature at Sacramento. 

January. Greatest cold, :;4° on the 10th and 

24th. Greatest heat, 3 P. M. G2° on the 15th 
and 29th. Rain, 1 and 64-100 inches. 

FEBRUARY 1. Stock Market: S. F. Bonds, 10 
per cent, par; S. F. do. 6 per cent. 66a67 ; S. F. 
do. is;,:;, r, percent. 61a62; S. F. County or City 

scrip rejected. 5al2$ Bullion and Exchange: 

Gold liars, 860 line, par; Silver bars, 3j«4 per 
cent, premium. 

FEBRUARY 6. $1,381,770 treasure shipped per 
steamer Sonora, and $420,976 per steamer Ori- 
mba. . . .The S. F. Orphan Society celebrated 
their 9th anniversary. 

February 7. The steamer M. S. Latham 
launched. . . .San Francisco Orphan Asylum So- 



oiety. The following officers elected for thi 
I860: Mrs. 11. B. Waller, President: Mrs. U.J. 
Vandewater, Vice President : .Mrs. S. R. Throck- 
morton. Treasurer, and Mrs. 0. V. Gillespie, 
Secretary. Manager's Report: 60 children now 

in the Asylum, of which 35 are boys and 25 
girls. 43 have been admitted during the year, 
and 36 placed in families or removed by friends. 
4 have died. Treasurer's Report for the year : 
Receipts, $15,875 15; disbursments, $13,772 71 ; 
cash on hand. $2,102 44. 

February 8. Report of J. Penman, Superin- 
tendent of Com. Schools, for the year ending Jan. 
31, 18G0: No. of children in the city of all ages, 
13,858. No. between 4 and 18 years entitled to 
draw public money, 77 07, of which 6091 have 
received tuition. Teachers, 74; 18 gentlemen 
and 50 ladies. 16 School buildings, of which 
4 arc the property of the Board. Expenditures 
during the year, $121,732 77, of which $71,544 
55 was paid for teachers' salaries, $4,310 00 
for interest on_ school bonds. $5,000 00 for the 
redemption of soiiool bonds. $8,360 78 for rents, 
$11,525 28 for buildings and improvements, and 

$11,537 00 for the purchase of school lots 

M. J. Burke, Chief of Police, in his report to the 
Board of Supervisors, for the year ending Jan. 
L860, states that out <.f $53,225 85, property 
stolen and lost, $35,298 07 has been recovered. 

February 20. $1,260,628 treasure shipped 
per steamer Golden Age, and $209,606 per steamer 
Champion. 

February 21. Edward Sherridan shot, it is 
believed, by James Whitford. Sherridan died 
from the effect of his wound, March 9. 

FEBRUARY 24. The new rooms of the Mercan- 
tile Library Association, on the corner of Mont- 
gomery and Bush streets, thrown open for pub- 
lie inspection. Three spacious rooms are ap- 
propriated to the use of the members, viz. : a 
Library room, Reading room, and Chess room. 
There are between eleven and twelve thousand 
volumes now in the Library. Number of mem- 
bers about 1350. Income the last year, about 
$12, (Hid Meeting of the Agricultural Con- 
vention composed of representations from coun- 
3 of San Francisco. Name of 
the Society decided to be '*The San Francisco Bay 
District Agricultural Society," to comprise the 
counties of San Francisco, San Mateo. Santa Clara, 
Santa Cruz, Monterey, Alameda and Contra 
Costa. The object, "to promote the interests 
of the agricultural, horticultural and mechanical 
arts." Officers shall be a President, seven Vice 
Presidents (one in each county,) 2 Directors, 
and a Treasurer. . . .Third trial of Wappner con- 
cluded. The Jury returned a verdict of "guilty 
of murder in the second degree." 

February. Greatest cold, 35° on the 1st. 
Greatest heat, 3. F. M., 67° on the 4th. Eain, 1 
and 60-100 inches. 

MARGE 5. $923,937 treasure shipped per 
steamer Golden Gate, and $145,847 per steamer 

March 10. Steamer Milton S. Latham makes 

her first trip to Sacramento as opposition boat. 

Marob 11. Steamer Flora Temple launched at 

Steamboat Point. 



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Mari ii 17. St. Patrick's Day celebrated by ;i 
,mii and festivities. An effigy was found 
suspended high on the Plaza flag-staff this morn- 
ing and the pole was cul and pulled down. . . . 
- Japan steam corvette Candinmarrtih ari 
days from Jeddo and 37 from Kanagawa. sin- 
as an advance messenger of the Grand 
Embassy, which was to leave Japan for the ITni- 

I ebruary 4th, and is the iii- 
ever permitted to leave for a foreign country. 
The Admiral and suite visited the city on the 
18th inst.. escorted by a delegation from the Board 

Of Supervisors. A salute of 21 gUDS was tired 

from the steamer, which was returned from Port 
Aleatraz. They visit the City Hall OD the 22d. 

and were received by a salute of 17 guns on the 

Plaza, and a welcome from the Board of Super- 
After half an hour's hand shaking, bow- 
ing and polite congratulations, all adjourned 
to an entertainment of game i ifection- 

ery and champagne, where the oustomarj 
were drank. The Gandinmarrvh sailed for Japan 
May 8th. 

March 20. si. 287,136 shipped per steamer 
. . . S820 sent to the Central Committee 
of Milan (Italy), to purchase muskets for Gari- 
baldi. 

M Alton 24. The clipper ship Andrew Jackson 

arrived. 89 days from Xew York, making the 

quickest trip on record, beating the famous pas- 

the clipper Flying Cloud six hours. She 

was built at Mystic, Connecticut, and is 1667 tons 

MARCH 29. The U. S. steamer Powhatan ar- 
rived with the Japan Embassy, which consists 
of 20 dignitaries and 12 subalterns. 

M u;cii. Greatest cold, 35° on the 1st. Great- 
est heat, 3 P. M., 68° on the 19th. Rain, 16 and 
18-100 inches. 

APRIL 2. Exports of treasure during the first 
quarter of I860.. — Custom House statement: 
To Xew York. $8,663,875 69; Xew Orleans, 
157,795 96; England, $250,088 32: China. 
$979,189 50; Panama, $85,123/ Japan, 
000; Mexico, $12,000; Hawaiian Islands 
000; Manilla. $3,577 50; Costa Rica, $3,145. 
Treasure imported. $995,578 42. . . .Japan Am- 
bassadors publicly received by a committee from 
the Board of Supervisors, with a salute, dinner, 
toasts, speeches, etc. . . .Vessels arrived during 
the first quarter of 1860: 387 from domestic and 
foreign ports, of 142,050 tons; of which 351 
Lmerican, of 128,812 tons, and 36 foreign, 
of 13.238 tons. • Total freight charges. $1,083,- 
787. Passengers arrived, 8,073; departed, 3,789: 
gain. 5,184 

April 4. Bradford's Hat Store, on Washington 
street, destroyed by fire. 

April 5. $1,615,788 treasure shipped per 
steamer Gold* Age. 

April 9. 1,635 scholars are now attending the 
Protestant Sunday Schools. 

April 12. first arrival of the Pony Express 
-on City this P. M., and the news tele- 
graphed to this city. Brings 9 days later news 
from St. Louis and the East. Time, 10j days to 
California. Left St. Louis 6:30 P. M., April 3 ; 
arrived in Carson City 2:30 P. M., April 12; in 



Plaeerville 2 P.M., April 13; in San Francisco 
April l i. 

April 17. News by telegraph that Gov. Dow- 
ney had vetoed the Bulkhead bill. Cannons 

tired, bells rung and ila.^s displayed. Great re- 
joicing. 

April 20. $1,382,783 in treasure shipped per 
steamer John L. Stephme. 

Aprd nation of the Odd Fellows in 

honor of the list anniversary of the introduc- 
tion of the Order in tin- Unit) 

April. Greatest cold, 36 on the 7th. Great- 
est heat. 3 1'. M., 8] on the 20th. Rain. 3 and 
1 i-HMi inch 

Mat 1. May-day commemorated by excursions 
and picnics of the various schools. . . .Reception 
of Gov. Downey by a torch-light procession, py- 
rotechnic display, salvos of artillery and tremen- 
dous enthusiasm. 

May 3. According to returns from the Federal 
Secretary of State, there arrived during the yea* 
L859 at San Francisco 5,254 passengers from for- 
eign ports, of which 3,585 were males, and 569 
females. 

May 4. The corner-stone of Grace Church 
(Episcopal) laid with the usual ceremonies. 

May 5. $1,730,018 41 treasure shipped per 
steamer Golden Gate. 

May 6. German May festivals commence and 
continue two days. Public processions, dancing, 
etc. 

May 11. The Helvetia Bazaar, corner of San- 
some and Market streets, nearly destroyed by 
fire. 

May 21. 81,558,584 61 treasure shipped per 
steamer Son 

May 25. Annual meeting of the Bensley Water 
Company. The following gentlemen were elected 
Trustees for the ensuing year, ending June, 1801: 
John Bensley, A. Chabot, F. F. Lowe, <'. 11. 
Simpkins and H. S. Dexter. The Engineer re- 
ports that the supply of water now furnisued 
daily is 2,000,000, gallons, of which the present 
consumption is only one-sixth, or 350,00 galllons 
per day. 14 miles of pipe have been laid. The 
reservoir on Larkin street will hold over 7,000,- 
000 gallons of water. A new reservoir will 
soon be constructed on Russian Hill, the capacity 
of which will be about 4,000,000 gallons. 

May 30. State Sunday School Convention, 
which confined in session three days. Delegates 
attended from all parts of the State. There 
were reports from 85 schools. Number of schol- 
ars in attendance, 8,326; nnmber of teachers, 
1.174. In 51 of the schools there are 32,742 
volumes in libraries. . . .The residents at Mission 
Dolores celebrate the defeat of the Sautillan or 
Bolton & Barron claim, by a procession and ad- 
dresses. 

May 31. Ninth Anniversary of the San Fran- 
cisco Sunday School Lnion celebrated. There 
are 356 teachers. 1,819 scholars, and 18,000 vol- 
umes in the library. 100,000 copies of Sunday 
School papers are distributed. 

May. Greatest cold, 37° on the 6th and 12th. 
Greatest heat. 3 P. M.. 66° on the 8th and 14th. 
Rain. 2 and 86-100 inches. 

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lives for the relief of sufferers by the Indian dep- 
redations in Washoe, and to contribute means to 
carry on the war against the savages. 

Jt'XK 2. The largest river steamboat built in 
California, successfully launched at Steamboat 
Point this evening, she is 245 feet Long, 10 feel 
wide on deck, L0 feel hold, U feet draft, and 

about L000 tons burthen. Is intended for the 
San Francisco and Sacramento trade, and can 
accommodate 1000 passengers. Builder, John 
North. Cost, about $200,000. 

June :;. Three wooden buildings on Pacific 
street, near Stockton, partially destroyed by lire. 

June 5. $1,091,580 4.". treasure shipped per 
steamer Golden Age. 

Junk 7. Judge Terry plead "not guilty" in 
the Fourth District Court, in answer to the in- 
dictment oharging him with fighting a duel with 
Mr. Broderick. His affidavit was then filed, 
upon which was based a motion for a change of 

venue Workmen commenced laying the 

track of the Market Street Railroad. 

June 8. In Fourth District Court. Judge Hager 
stated, that if a change of venue (in the case of 
Judge Terry) should be ordered, the case must 
be sent to the nearesl District Court where the 
same objections to the trial will not hold as it 
would here; and inasmuch as the Court has no 
discretion to select a county, requested the par- 
ties to agree upon the county, where they are 
willing to have the trial take place, by the 11th 
inst., when the Court will render a decision upon 

the motion The "Washoe Relief Committee 

have remitted $2,000 to Virginia City for the 
volunteers in the Indian war. ami have $2,017 

50 on hand, subject to draft from that place 

The corner-stone of a new High School on 
Powell street was laid to-day with the custom- 
ary ceremonies. 

June 9. Successful trial of a new steam en- 
gine, imported from England for a mining com- 
pany in Arizona, made to run on ordinary roads. 

June ll. Judge Hager grants the change of 
venue for Judge Terry, and ordered the cause 
transferred to Marin county for trial. 

JUKE 15. Two small wooden tenements on 
Sutter street destroyed by lire. . . .The corpora- 
tion known as the San Francisco ami San Jose 
Railroad Company, dissolved by mutual consent, 
with a resolution declaring that " this action is 
not to be construed into an abandonment of the 
enterprise proposed, but for the purpose of avoid- 
ing the several objections which have been here- 
tofore urged against the present movement, and 
that the stockholders recommend a further or- 
ganization to carry out the proposed object." 

JUKE 20. $1,644,084 29 treasure shipped per 
ler John L. Stephens. 

June 21. The "Pasha ways" go on a pic-nic 
excursion to Ravenswood, and return with the 
sadly mutilated Miss Fanny W. Bradford, who 
was thrown from a frightened horse, and fatally 
injured. She lingered in great agony till the 
25th inst. when death ensued James Whit- 
ford found guilty of murder in the first degree 
in killing Edward Sherridan, 

June 22. The Board of Pilot Commissioners, 
consisting of 5 members, meet, and the majority 



elected Kt pilots under the new law. Messrs. Dib- 
blee and ('apt. Thomas, appointed by the Cham- 
ber of Commerce, protested againsi the action of 
the majority, consisting of Messrs. Wyse. Kelly 

and Mnsten. appointed by the Governor, holding 

that the commissions of the pilots, under the 
old law, had not expired Telegraphic 

dispatch received, stating that the Supreme 
Court in the case of Hart vs. Burnett, and 
of Holliday vs. Frisbie, had decided thai San 
Francisco was. at the time of conquest and ces- 
sion of California to this Government, a Pueblo, 
possessing the right and title to the lands within 
its general limits, and that this city is the owner 
of the municipal lands of the Pueblo not legally 
disposed of, and that her title is wholly unaf- 
fected by Sheriff's sales under execution against 
her, so far as these sales touch or affect the Pue- 
blo lands; and further, that the Act of the Leg- 
islature, of March, 1858, confirming the so- 
called Van Ness Ordinance, was a legal and pro- 
per exertiffi of sovereign power, and that this 
act vests in the possessors therein described a 
title to the lands mentioned in said ordinance. 
50 guns were fired from Telegraph Hill as re- 
joicings for this defeat of the so-called Peter 
Smith title. 

June 23. A match race for $100 a side be- 
tween the sloop P. M. Randall and schooner 
Sarah Adelia. Won by the Randall. 21 min- 
utes ahead. 

June 24. Second race between the P. J/. Ran- 
dall and Sarah Adelia, for a stake of $500. 
Won by the Randall. 19£ minutes ahead. 

June 25. The corner stone of a now Masonic 
Temple to be built on the corner of Montgomery 
and Post streets, was laid with imposing cere- 
monies by the order of Free Masons. The build- 
ing and lot will cost $102,000 The shipAV 

terpe, while coming into the harbor when a 
heavy fog was prevailing, was stranded about 
400 yards S. W. of Fort Point. By discharging 
part of her cargo, and the assistance of a steam 
tug, she was cot off on the evening of the 26th. 

June 27. The Commissioners of the Funded 
Debt made their Ninth Annual Report. Amount 
Of bonds outstanding May 31, 1859, $1,419,300. 
Redeemed during the past year, $53,100. Cut- 
standing bonds, May 31, 1860, $1,366,200. As- 
sets. s:S09,004 68. 

June 28. Mass meeting at the Mechanics' Pa- 
vilion, and public rejoicings over the defeat of 
the Peter Smith title. Guns fired, bonfires kin- 
dled, rockets. sent up. and numerous enthusiastic 

addresses Second Annual Report of the 

Board of Managers of the Industrial School. To- 
tal number of inmates received to June 6, 1860, 
05. of which 60 were boys and 5 girls; 
from :! to 18. Born in the United States, 31 ; 
foreign, 2:'.; unascertained, 3. Idle and dissol- 
ute life, 12; petty larceny, 18; grand larceny. 1; 
vagrancy, 4. 

E30. $796,290 29 treasure shipped per 
steamer Uncle Sam. 

June. Greatest cold 42° on the 19th and 21st. 
9t heat 3 P. M. 68° on the 10th. Rain 
9-100 inches. A new comet visible the last of 
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GENERAL REVIEW. 



Education and Public Schools. 
The following is a list of the officers of the 
School Department: James Penman, Superm* 
tendent of Common Schools; James G. Pearson, 
Superintendent's Clerk, and Secretary of the 
Board of Education. 

Board of Education. — "Wm. Pearson, President; 
R. O'Neil, School Director, 1st District; James 
H. Widber, 2d; Wm. M. Hixon, 3d; Wm. Bart- 
ling, 4th; J. H. Brewer, 5th; H. B. Janes, 6th; 
Wm. Pearson, 7th; George Cofran, 8th; J. 0. 
Edridge, 9th; C. C. Kuowles, 10th; E. Judson, 
11th; J. Shade Dungan, 12th. As we have 
given a brief history of our Public Schools in 
the previous volumes of this work, wo propose 
now to briefly sketch the present condition and 
progress of the Schools during the last year. 

It is with great pleasure that we congratulate 
the citizens of San Francisco, upon the prosper- 
ous condition of her educational institutions. 

Our Public Schools have become permanent and 
valued institutions, strongly fixed in the hearts 
of every citizen who has any regard for the pro- 
gress and prosperity of our city. Unlike the free 
Schools of many of the eastern cities, and Euro- 
pean countries — in which only the indigent re- 
ceive instructions — the Public Schools of San 
Francisco are attended by children of all classes 
of society. The rich, the influential, and the 
poor, alike strive to avail themselves of the supe- 
rior training and instruction here imparted. 

The Teachers in our Schools, are ladies and 
gentlemen of high attainments and character. 
Many of them are graduates of the best Normal 
Schools and Teachers' Institutes of the Eastern 
States. They have labored earnestly and suc- 
cessfully, as pioneers in the building up on these 
Pacific shores, institutions, of which we may all 
feel proud. 

Our Public Schools will ever stand as a monu- 
ment, to show to the world, that, while the great 
mass of our population may have been lured to 
our shores by the greedy thirst and glitter of 
gold, yet there were a few ladies and gentlemen 
actuated by higher motives and duties than the 
mere acquisition of \ 



THE CHILDREN. 

The scholars attending our Public Schools will 
compare very favorably with those of tho most 
favored institutions in our country. 

The healthful and invigorating influence of our 
beautiful climate, makes them hearty and robust 
in appearance, and energetic and manly in their 
character. They are generally studious in their 
habits, and devoted to their Schools and studies, 
as every one must have observed, who has ever 
visited our Public Schools during the regular 
recitations of the term, or the more interesting 
exercises at the annual examinations. 

RE-ORGANIZATION AND CLASSIFICATION. 

During the last year, many important reforms 
and improvements have been introduced into our 
Public Schools, which, when fully carried out, 
will greatly increase their efficiency and useful- 
ness. 

Under the supervision of the present Superin- 
tendent. Mr. Denman, and the Board of Educa- 
tion, there have been almost an entire re-organiza- 
tion and classification of the Public Schools. 

The Intermediate Department has been abol- 
ished, and the higher classes have been merged 
into the Grammar Departments, while the lowest 
class now forms the first class of the Primary 
Department. 

This change will increase the efficiency of the 
Schools, by rilling each class with pupils of the 
same grade of scholarship, so that the teachers 
can devote their whole time to classes containing 
only one division ; while under the former classi- 
fication, their time and attention were divided 
between two, and sometimes, three grades of 
scholars in the same class. The yearly expenses 
of the Department have also been reduced nearly 
$9,000, by thus filling up the classes, aud reduc- 
ing the number of teachers. 

The Superintendent has strongly urged the 
Board of Education, to consolidate the seven 
Grammar Departments now in the city, into four 
large Schools, properly located to meet the wants 
of the different parts of the city. 

This recommendation, which we understand 

feet as soon 



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REVIEW. 31 

ami laboratory. The whole cost of the building, 
including the furniture and lot, will amount to 
about $23,000. 

The Board have also received plans for erect- 
ing the following buildings : a line house, for the 
Mission Dolores District; a large, two-story 
building, on the 100-vara lot corner of Harrison 
and Fourth streets, capable of accommodating 
400 scholars, for the Grammar Department of 
the Riucon School; also, a two-story building, 
on the 50-vara lot in the centre of the block 
bounded by Second and Third, and Harrison and 
Bryant streets, capable of accommodating from 
400 to 500 scholars, for the Primary Department 
of the Eincon School. 

The Board also contemplate erecting, during 
the summer, a building for a Primary School, on 
the 100-vara lot corner of Market and Fifth 
streets, and a large two-story school-house, on 
the 50-vara lot corner of Mason and Washing- 
ton streets, which will accommodate from 400 
to 500 scholars of the Powell Street School. 

These buildings, when completed, will prove 
an ornament to the City. 

The following statistics of the School Depart- 
ment are carefully compiled from the records of 
the Superintendent of Common Schools: 

Number of Scholars attending each School, and 
tlie average attendance during the last year : 

Daily av'ge 
N'ame of School. No. of Pupils attendance. 

High School, 133 91 

Rincou Grammar, 4T4 243 

Penman " 445 225 

Powell St. " 213 96 

Union St. " 228 96 

Spring Val'y " i34 68 

Market St. " 260 104 

Hyde St. " 149 70 

Mission " 152 80 

Powell St. Intermediate,. . . 293 L3S 

Sutter St. " ...268 137 

reenwich St. " ... 88 42 

Union St. " ...231 94 

Rincon Primary, 438 227 

Market St. " " 22!) 108 

Wash'nSt. " 361 151 

Sutter St. " 512 119 

Gr'n'cb St. " 253 in 

Sp'gV'lley " 112 58 

Onion St " 478 198 

Hyde St. " 215 :>:. 

Mission St. " 251 :>2 

Colored School, loo 39 

Chinese " 32 21 

K veiling " • 91 :::• 

Foreign Evening School, . . 49 

Whole number of Scholars attending Pub- 
lie Schools, ' 6,201 

Daily Average attendance, 2 



as they can erect the proper buildings, will still 
further reduce the expenses of the Schools, and 
increase the efficiency of their organization, by a 
more perfect classification. 

SCHOOL PROPERTY. 

Early in the settlement of San Francisco, val- 
uable ami commodious lots, in different parts of 
the City, were donated to the School Department 
by the Common Council. For nearly eight years, 
the Department has been trying in vain to get 
rion of this valuable property, which has 
been held by squatters. 

We are happy to learn, however, that the pres- 
ent Board have taken prompt action to recover 
possession of them ; and that, through the en- 
ergy and perseverance of the Superintendent, 
and Mr. O'Xeil, Chairman of the Committee on 
School Houses and Sites, all but two fifty-vara 
lots, which are now in litigation, have been re. 
covered, and are now in the possession of the 
Board. 

The School Buildings, now occupied by the 
Department, with the exception of four owned 
by the Board, are generally frail wooden tene- 
ments, temporarily rented, until the Board can 
erect better ones upon their own property. 

In order to raise the necessary building fund, 
Mr. Denman, and a few friends of education, pro- 
cured the passage of an Act, through the last 
session of the Legislature, authorizing the Board 
of Education to issue $75,000 of School Bonds, 
for the purpose of erecting new school-houses. 

These bonds have been advantageously dis- 
posed of, and a sufficient fund raised, to erect 
suitable buildings for nearly every School in the 
City. 

Since the sale of these bonds, the Board have 
energetically commenced the erection of several 
new buildings. 

High School Building. — The building which is 
now in course of erection for the High School, 
will, when completed, be an ornament to the city. 

The main edifice is three stories high, witli 
two wings, 17 feet 4 inches by 32 feet 8 inches 
deep, making two recitation-rooms on each floor. 
The whole building is 66 feet 8 inches, fronting 
on Powell Street, by 88 feet deep. The 
nient is divided into two large apartments, for 
gymnastic and calisthenic sports. In the second 
story, there is a large hall and session-room, 30 
by 64 feet. There are, also, several rooms for 
the teachers' and girls' dressing apartments; 
the boys' hat and cap rooms ; also, for a library 



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Whole number of boys and girls, accord- 
ing to the last census, between 4 and 
LSyears old 7,767 

Whole number of boya and girls under i 

old " 6,091 

Total children of all ages, 13,858 

Whole number of boys between 4 and 18 
yean old 3,885 

Whole number of girls between 4 and 18 
years old 3,882 

Number of orphans in the city, 341 

Children Taught in Each Study. — 
Orthography, 6,201; Reading, 6,10.3; Writing, 
3,776; Music, 5,750; Geography, 3,463; Arith- 
metic, 4,585; Grammar, 1,805; French, 130; 
History. 1,468; Algebra, 72; Rhetoric, 72: El- 
ocution, 58 ; Geometry, 38 ; Chemistry, 12 ; As- 
tronomy, 12. 

of the Children Attending Public 
Schools. — Maine, 168 ; New Hampshire, 55 ; 
Vermont, 17 ; Massachusetts, 716 ; Rhode Island, 
48; Connecticut, 45; New Jersey, 182; New- 
York, 1,488; Pennsylania, 230; Delaware, 10; 
Maryland, 72; Virginia, 29; North Carolina, 5; 
South Carolina, 8 ; Georgia, 14 ; Florida, 6 ; Mis- 
sissippi, 29; Louisiana, 334; District of Colum- 
bia, 18 ; Washington Territory, 1 ; Texas, 30 ; 
Utah, 1; Wisconsin, 19; Michigan, 40; Ken- 
tucky, 39; Tennessee, 19; Arkansas, 11; Mis- 
souri, S4 ; Illinois, 57 ; Alabama, 17; Ohio, 70 ; 
Iowa. 10; Indiana, 27; Minnesota, 6; Oregon, 
5 ; California, 1.010. Foreign Countries — Eng- 
land, lod; Scotland, 35 ; Ireland, 73 ; France, 81 ; 
Germany, 169; Australia, 190: Van Dieman'a 
Land, 5 ; Peru, 3 ; Mexico, 47 ; Canada, 53 ; 
Prussia. 15 ; Russia, 8 ; Sandwich Islands, 13 ; 
Off Cape Horn, 9 ; South America, 17 ; Italy. 7 ; 
New Zealand. 16; Austria, 14; Chile, 59; Hol- 
land, 1 : Madeira Island, 1 ; Denmark, 2 ; Prince 
Edward's Island. 2; New Grenada, 5 ; Belgium, 
4 ; China, 29 ; Sweden, 1 ; Africa, 1 ; West 
Indies, 2 ; Atlantic Ocean, 1 ; Pacific Ocean, 1. 

TEACHERS. 

High School. — E. H. Holmes, Geo. W. Minns, 
Geo. D. Hanson. Miss M. 0. Hewes. 

con School — John Swett, Principal; Miss 
Harriet E. Porter. Miss M. E. Gardiner, Miss 
K. E. Dowries. Miss J. B. Sheldon, Miss C. V. 
Benjamin, Miss M. L. Morgan, Miss A. C. Rob- 
erts. Miss E. P. Fernald. Miss Sarah C. Knox. 

Powell Street School. — H. P. Carlton, Princi- 
pal ; Mrs. L. A. Clapp, Miss J. A. Rappleye, 
Miss D. S. Prescott, Miss G. T. Pearce, Miss 
Mary C. Mulford, Mrs. E. C. Burt, Mrs. E. S. For- 
ester. Miss Lizzie Macy. 



i. — Miss L M. Cutler, 

Principal: Mrs. R. I). Bird, Miss Anna !' 

vool. — Thos. S. Myrick, Princi- 
pal ; Miss Ellen Oasey, Miss Kate Kennedy, Miss 

Lizzie Kennedy. Miss Hannah Marks. Mi>s Sarah 
F. Loring, Miss L II. Morgan, MissE. L. Comyns, 
Miss Liurilla Moore. 

Denman School. — George Tait, Principal ; Miss 
Anna Starkey, Miss O. W. Dempster. Mrs. L. A. 
Morgan, Miss L. D. Kidder, Miss A. B. Sand- 
ford. Miss 0. L. Hunt, Miss C. C. Dodge, Miss 
L. Crocker, Miss A. A. Parcells, Miss M. D. C. 
Lynde, Miss M. E. Scotchler. 

Spring Valley School — Heo. IT. Peck, Princi- 
pal : Miss J. C. Gilbert, Mrs. M. II. Hosmer. 

Mission Dolores School. — Mr. T. C. Leonard, 
Principal ; Miss A. E. Slavan. 

Hyde Street School — Geo. W. Bunnell, Princi- 
pal : Miss E. Hawxhurst, Miss J. A. Lawless, 
Miss L. A. Humphries, Miss S. M. Hunt. 

Market Street Primary. — Mrs. EL M. Barker, 
Principal ; Miss A. E. Clayton, Miss Alice Kenny. 

Mission Street Primary. — Mrs. T. J. Nevins, 
Principal ; Miss H. H. Heagan. 

Chinese School. — B. Lanctot. 

Colored Scliool. — J. B. Sanderson. 

INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL. 

The Industrial School or House of Refuge for 
Juvenile Delincpients of the city and county of 
San Francisco, instituted by act of the Legislature 
in April, 1858, is situate about seven miles south 
of the City Hall, and on the Ocean House Road. 
This department consists of a President, Vice- 
President, and fifteen Managers (six of whom 
are elected annually, to hold office for two years, 
and until their successors are elected and quali- 
fied, and three are appointed by the Supervisors 
out of their own board) ; Life Members, who 
have paid $100; Yearly Members, who have 
paid $10 ; Secretary, Treasurer, Superintendent, 
Deputy Superintendent, Teacher and Matron. 

This offspring of a noble benevolence on the 
part of the business men and citizens of San 
Francisco, was inaugurated May 17 th, 1859. 
Its purposes are declared solely to be " the de- 
tention, management, reformation, education and 
maintenance of such children as shall be com- 
mitted or surrendered thereto." It may receive 
vagrants living an idle or dissolute life, under 
the age of 18 years ; or children under 14, who, 
on being tried before the Police Judge or Court 
of Sessions, shall have been found to have done 
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would be a crime or misdemeanor. Boys and 
girls may, also, on application to and private ex- 
amination before the Police Judge in chambers, 

become inmates of and receive all the benefits 
to be derived from this institution. All children 
received into it may be placed to such employ- 
ments, and may receive such school instruction 
as is suited to their capacity, and they may. 
With their own consent, be apprenticed to learn 
such trades and employments as will conduce to 
their wellfare. 

It is supported by membership payments, pri- 
vate contributions, and a subsistence fund of 
$1,000 per month from the city and county. Its 
Educational Department is sustained out of the 
School Fund of the city and county of San Fran- 
cisco. 

Total number of inmates received up to 6th 
June, 1860 — 0."), of whom 1 received by surrender 
from father ; 6-4 committed by Police Judge or 
Court of Sessions ; 3 colored, 62 white ; 5 girls 
and 60 boys. 

Age, last birthday, as far as can be ascertained, 
being, however, in many cases only a judgment 
formed from personal appearance : 

Three years 1 I Thirteen years 11 

Five " 1 Fourteen " 9 

Seven" 3 Fifteen " 7 

Nine " 2 Sixteen " 8 

Ten •< 1 Seventeen " 7 

Kleven 6 ! Bighteen " 4 

Twelve 4 | Not noted 1 

Total 05 

Number at present (June 6, 1860) in the insti- 
tution, 65. 

PRIVATE SCHOOLS. 
San Francisco is not only fortunate in the pos- 
session of her excellent Public Schools, and in 
the enjoyment of their blessings, but she has also 
many flourishing private institutions of a de- 
servedly high character. We note the following 
which have come under our notice : 

BAINT IGNATIUS COLLEGE. 
Organized as a day school on the 15th October, 
1855, and chartered as an incorporated college 
on the 30th April, 1859, under the direction of 
the R. R. Fathers of the Society of Jesus. The 
average attendance during the current session, is 
65 pupils. Ancient and modern languages, with 
the higher classical studies, are taught as in other 
graduating institutions. There are, at present, 
seven professors. Rev. A. Maraschi, S. J., who 
is at the head of tlio establishment, is also gen- 
eral agent for Santa Clara College, Santa Clara, 
California. A largo structure for the better ac- 
modation of the pupils, is in contemplation. 



This is the first college ever chartered in th 

Of San Francisco. Location, Market stn i 
Stockton. 

UNIVERSITY OF THE PACIFIC. 

Medical Department. — Faculty: J. Morison, 

M. D., Professor of Pathology and of the Princi- 
ples and Practice of Medicine; Isaac Howell, M. 
D., Professor of Chemistry; R. Beverly Cole. M. 
D., Professor of Physiology and of < ►bstetrics and 
Diseases of 'Women and Children ; E. S. Cooper, 
M. D., Professor of Anatomy and Surgery; 15. R. 
Carman, M. D., Professor of Materia Medica; 
Hon. Geo. Barstow, Professor of Medical Juris- 
prudence. 

This medical college is established upon a firm 
basis, and has already a larger class than similar 
institutions have generally had for the first ses- 
sions in the older States. The college has six 
professorships, and lectures arc being given 
with the greatest degree of regularity. Location 
of the department, north side Mission street be- 
tween Second and Third. 

SAX FRANCISCO COLLEGE. 

Commenced in March, 1S54, as the Trinity 
High School, and was, in June of last year, organ- 
ized on its present basis, supplying the necessity 
of an institution where a University education 
can be obtained, contiguous to the city, free from 
any sectarian associations. The College, College 
Hall and College School, are situated on Bush 
between Mason and Taylor streets, on a planked 
road, easy of access from the city, on an eminence 
commanding an extensive view of the surround- 
ing country. The dwelling-house is commodious, 
affording ample accommodation for such students 
as board at the college, with suitable conveni- 
ences and comforts. A play-ground inclosing 
two fifty-vara lots, is attached to the college, 
with gymnasium for senior and junior pupils. 
The academical year consists of one session, 
commencing on the 1st of August, and lasting 
until the 30th of June. There is a recess of a 
fortnight at Christmas ; also, a week at Faster. 
The summer vacation takes place in the month of 
July. The annual examination and exhibition 
take place every Christinas. There are never 
less than 80 students in attandence. The course 
Of studies in the several divisions includes the 
ordinary English branches, Latin, Greek, modern 
languages, mathematics, drawing, painting, mu- 
sic, etc. There is a well-selected library, and 
the most complete set of philosophical apparatus 
in the State, and one of the globes is seven and 



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R-half feet in diameter. The whole is under the 
direction of the Rev. John Chittenden, of St 
John's i tmbridge, England, and of Uni- 

versity College, London; A. B. Lowndes, of Ox- 
ford University, England; with other professors 
from the continent for the foreign tangos) 
others tor music, 

ST. MAliY's 1IAI.L, 

oere and management of Rev. Df. 
VerMehr and lady. Situated comer of Bush 
and Taylor ihoola of this class 

sustain a higher character for the thorough and 
finished education given those attending, and 
the high moral influence imparted to all con- 
with the institution, than does the school 
in question. 

The course of study includes all those com- 
mon English and advanced branch 
to a complete system of education ; also, draw- 
ing, painting, music, etc.; and for the practical 
acquisition of modern languages, this institute 
may be especially recommended. 

The institute is essentially a boarding-school, 
and offers a desirable home indeed for young 
ladies absent from the parental roof 

SAX FRAXCTSCO FEMALE INSTITUTE. 

In charge of Mrs. M. B. Swedenstierna. Lo- 
cated East side Third between Folsom and Har- 
rison. This school was opened with the ex- 
press design of establishing in San Francisco a 
permanent institution, where advantages for a 
thorough and complete education should remove 
all necessity or desire, on the part of parents, 
for sending their daughters to any Eastern school. 
It has been in successful operation since the early 
part of 185."). Lender the experienced Principal, 
aided by the well-qualified instructors in the sev- 
eral branches, a finished female education can 
be here obtained. 

Beside the schools, public and private, that we 
have enumerated, there are a number of others — 
male and female, Catholic and Protestant — which 
deserve particular mention, had we the necessary 
space to spare. But the facts shown demonstrate 
conclusively, that while the facilities for obtain- 
ing a finished classical education in Sau Fran- 
cisco are second to but few cities in the Union, 
the means afforded for good common school in- 
struction are superior to most. 

Religions and Benevolent Societies. 

These institutions have continued to increase 
during the year just passed. The liberal spirit 



, our citizens towards these import- 
ant public institutions, evince a noble and proper 
appreciation of the efforts of the directors in re- 
lieving tin- destitute and the needy. The numer- 
ous lint of associations of tins charactei 
found in the Appendix, and the operations of 
each therein detailed, are the best evidences of 
their efficiency, and the fidelity of those benev- 
tizena under whose superintendence they 
are placed. 

sr.viiAY BOHOOL& 

The Sabbath Schools connected with the differ- 
ent churches are in a prosperous condition. We 
are indebted to the politeness of J. 0. Pop 
the Secretary, for the following statement of the 
operations of the 

San Francisco SabbatJi School Union. — The 
Union was re-organized May, 1857. 

The anniversary was held OB the 12th June, 
1860, at the Calvary Church, when reports were 
read by the Secretary from the different schools. 

The nineteen Sunday Schools now comprising 
the San Francisco Sunday School Union, are in 
an encouraging and prosperous condition : afford- 
ing great cause for present thankfulness, and en- 
couraging renewed efforts for the increase of the 
numbers, efficiency and usefulness of those, the 
nurseries of the Church upon earth. "While none 
of them enroll so large a number of names, or 
enjoy the advantages of an enlarged liberality, 
flowing from abundant and sanctified wealth, — 
yet. in all that concerns punctuality and regular- 
ity in attendance, discipline and order during the 
sessions, and interest in the exercises exhibited 
by teachers and those taught, we are led to be- 
lieve they will compare favorably with an equal 
number in any of our elder sister cities. 

During the past year, the number in attend- 
ance has been increased about one-fourth ; addi- 
tions have been made to the number of volumes 
in the several libraries; more systematic and ef- 
fectual means have been used in the distribution 
of good Sunday School papers ; and an increased 
zeal for the work has been manifested by all 
concerned. 

Five Sunday Schools have been admitted during 
the past year into this Union, namely : the In- 
dustrial School, the Pacific M. E. South, the Union 
Mission, St. Paul's Mission, and the Spring Valley 
Mission. 

Officers — President, J. Burns ; Vice-Presidents, 
Wales Palmer, E. P. Flint and Charles Spencer ; 
Secretary and Treasurer, J. 0. Pope. 

The following returns to July 1, 1860, exhibit 



GENERAL REVIEW, 



35 



the number of scholars attending the different 
Schools composing the Union : 







Teach- 


Schol- 




superintend'ts. 


ers. 


ars. 


CHURCHES. 








e 






o 


5 


_o 


3 








Pq 


f. 


f* 




E. P. Flint 


37 
13 


22134 

Ifl 76 


133 




Nathaniel Gray... 


80 


First Baptist 




ill 


17 110 


99 


Howard St. Presbyt'n... 


Wales L Palmer.. 


12 


9 


44 


88 


Calvary Presbj fcenan ... 


II. 1'. Coon 


I.. 


12 


04 


SI 


Powell St. Methodist.... 


.1. Burns 


■jo 


12 


88 


83 


Folsom St. " 


U.S. Howard 


It) 


10 


62 


98 


1'ine Street " (South) 


Charles Spencer.. 


3 


4 


88 


26 


Mission street Bethel... 


C. K. Buddiogton 


b 


4 


30 


30 


Mission St. Metli..(<ier.i 


F. Kuchenbeissei 


5 


6 


10 


25 


Olive Branch Baptist.... 


(}. S.Gilbert 


4 


2 


SO 


14 


Spring Valley Mission... 


B. R. Waterman.. 


8 





15 


31 


Union Miss. (VjillejoSt.) 


(I. 11. Foster 


IS 


2 


42 


IS 


t!e;irv Street Mission.... 




11 


in 


5:: 


59 




W. C. Reed 


8 

Q 

7 


14 
1 

4 


52 
80 

41 


81 




D. McK. Bokee.... 

O.T.J!. Kl'el.s 


8 


Dupont St. German 


39 


Br wdway German 


Henry Nacbtrieb, 


6 


b 


32 


35 


Industrial School 


W. K. Wadsworth 


3 


— 


32 


1 


Totals. 




222 


152 


984 


1004 



Pilgrim Sunday School. — Connected with the 
First Unitarian Society ; Stockton between Clay 
and Sacramento streets. Organized August 13, 
1853. Services commence quarter beforo one 
o'clock. P. M. Officers — Superintendent, Samuel 
H. Lloyd ; Assistant Superintendents, John G. 
Dawes and Miss Anna E. Webb ; Treasurer, 
If. Kimball ; Librarian, W. J. Younger. Aver- 
age attendance of Pupils, 120 males, 137 females; 
Teachers, 43; Total, 300. Number of volumes 
in Library, 2,300. The school is under the gov- 
ernment of the P. S. 8. Teachers' Association 
organized May, 1854, which holds its meetings 
semi-monthly. 

Grace Church Sunday School. — Corner Powell 
and Jackson. Officers — Superintendent, Stephen 
Smith ; Librarian, Henry B. Mathews ; Assist- 
ant, Stephen IT. Smith; Second Assistant, Ed- 
ward Halsey; Number of volumes in the Li- 
brary, 1,000; Pupils, 150; Teachers 25. 

For a detailed statement of the different Sun- 
day Schools, see Appendix, Churches, p. 432. 

THE DASIIAWAYS. 

This organization now numbers over four 
thousand members, and is rapidly extending 
itself throughout the Union. A fine library is 
attached to the Kail of the Association. Meet- 
ings are regularly held on each Sunday, which 
are well attended. The operations of this body 
have met with considerable success In rescuing 
many of our citizens from the degrading vice of 
intemperance. Officers — President, F. E. R. Whit- 



ney; First Vice-President; John E. Munson; 
Second Vice-President, Jerome Rico; Secretary, 
A. C. Waitt; Ass't Secretary, J. J. Creery; 
Treasurer, A. C. Wightman. 

HOME FOR THE INEBRIATES. 

This institution was organized May 24, 1859. 
The Home is located on the N. E. corner of San- 
some and Bush. Number of patients to June 30, 
1860, 480, of which 91 have connected themselves 
with the Dashaway Association. Trustees: — 
President, John Bensley; Treasurer, Jonathan 
Hunt; Secretary, John A. Collins; William 
Sherman, R. H. Fishbourne, JeromoRice, Milton 
Hall, Jr., F. E. It. Whitney. 

DEAF, DUMB AND BLIND INSTITUTION. 
One of the most praiseworthy movements of 
the past year is the successful establishment of 
this asylum, for the amelioration of an unfor- 
tunate class of the human family. The Legisla- 
ture of the State, at its last session, donated S10,- 
000 in aid of the institution, and our citizens 
have since testified their sympathies in behalf of 
the objects for which the managers are so indus- 
triously engaged in carrying into effect. Tem- 
porary accommodations have been provided at 
1 5 Tehama street, in this city, where the Society 
have in charge several patients. 

MASONS AND ODD FELLOWS. 

The different associations connected with the 
Masonic Fraternity and the T. O. of Odd Fellows, 
are represented to be in a very prosperous state; 

In the dispensing of charities, each Lodge sup- 
ports its own infirm or indigent members, 1 juries 
deceased members, and provides for the widows 
and orphans, and. in addition thereto, contributes 
to the general relief fund, to be dispensed by tho 
Board of Belief, in aid of members of the Order 
who are strangers, and in the supportfof widows 
and orphans of members. 

Tho amount contributed by the individual 
Lodges to the Boards of Relief, is ten cents per 
month for each member, and $5 for each degree 
conferred. 

The Masonic Fraternity have commenced the 
erection, on the corner of Montgomery and Post 
streets, in this city, of a new and commodious 
building to be called the Masonic Temple, which, 
when completed, will bo one of the most impos- 
ing structures on this coast. 

For list of tho different associations, and the 
officers of each, see Appendix, page 447. 



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Associations, Literary, Protective, etc. 

Pora description of the different associations, 
the reader is referred to the Appendix, page 139, 
in which will be found the offioers and operations 
of each during tht pad year. The progress 
made by many of these associations, reflect credit 
upon the members thereof, and is worthy of the 
liberality so generously exhibited in their sup- 
port 

Fire Department. 

The Department at present consists of 834 
members — divided into M engine and 2 hook- 
and-ladder companies. For their accommodation 
there are L6 houses: and for their use, 14 fire- 
engines, 14 hose-carriages, and two hook-and- 
laddcr trucks. There are in the city 38 cisterns. 
capable of holding 1,641,900 gallons of water — 
many of them substantially built of brick and 
cement. 

We refer our readers to the Appendix, page 
424, for a complete description of the organiza- 
tion of this important branch of the public ser- 
vice, in which will be found a mass of informa- 
tion concerning the different companies, useful 
to its members, and interesting to every citizen. 

San Francisco Water Works. 

This company, incorporated June 15th, 1857, 
was organized for the purpose of supplying the 
city of San Francisco with pure water. 

This supply is obtained from a stream which 
discharges itself into the outer bay near Point 
Lobos. The water is of the purest quality, being 
very soft, and thoroughly filtered in its passage 
through the sand hills surrounding the stream, 
and lying between the Mission Dolores and the 
ocean. At the mouth of the creek a dam has 
been erected, and the water is thence conveyed 
to the city by an aqueduct seven miles in length, 
which follows the shores of the bay until it 
reaches Black Point, with a grade partly of 
thirty inches and partly of three feet to the mile. 

The pumping works at Black Point consist of 
an engine of 100-horse power, working a pump 
of capacity sufficient to raise 1,400,000 gallons 
140 feet high in 24 hours, with facilites for the at- 
tachment of another to raise half that quantity 
300 feet in the same time. The present pump 
raises water into a reservoir of 8,000,000 gallons 
capacity, situate at corner of Francisco and Hyde 
streets, at an elevation above the bay of 14.3 feet, 
A new reservoir is in process of construction, 
corner of Hyde and Greenwich streets, to hold 
3,000,000 gallons at a higlit above the bay of 



i. Connected with the low 

there are already laid in the city 74,000 feet of 

pipe, extending from North Reach to and beyond 

South Park, supplying mosl of the thickly settled 

part of the city, south of Market street, and 

north of that, all of which is lower than the corner 
of Clay ami Stockton Btreets, Attached to 

pipes then- are 100 fire hydrants. 

For the upper reservoir the pipes are on the 
way, and it is expected water will be intr- 

by them to the higher portions of the city by 

March. 1861. The capital stock of the company 
[a $1,500,000; present cost of the works. $670,- 
000. Water first introduced into the city, Sep- 
tember 27, 1858. Present daily consumption 
about 350,000 gallons. Office, 194 Montgomery 
street. 

Officers — President. John Bensley ; Secretary, 
Peter Carter; Trustees. John Bensley, Anthony 
Chabot, II. S. Dexter. F. F. Low, C. W. Simp- 
kins; Engineer, C. W. Boynton ; Registrar, W. 
B. Swan. 

Market Street Railroad. 
This road, incorporated in 1859, extends from 
Market street to the Mission Dolores, a distance of 
three miles. Capital, $250,000. The laying of the 
rails commenced June 7, and the road was com- 
pleted July 4, 1860. This enterprise is one of con- 
siderable importance to the future growth and 
prosperity of San Francisco. In New York and 
elsewhere, the operations of railroads through 
the heart of cities to their environs, have done 
more than anything else to increase their pros- 
perity and stimulate the erection of dwellings. 
Real estate has been made more valuable, and 
the comfort and health of the inhabitants ad- 
vanced in a remarkable manner. These results, 
so widely knowu and appreciated in the Atlantic 
States, are certain to follow in this city, from the 
construction of the "Market Street Railroad.'' 
Officers: President, Thomas Hayes; Secretary, 
S. C. Simmons. Directors: Thos. Hayes, Peter 
Donahue, Michael Hayes, J. P. Haven, H. A. 
Cobb, Frank McCoppiu. 

Review of Industrial Enterprises. 

The Business Director}-, published in the pres- 
ent volume, will best exhibit the progress al- 
ready made in the different branches of mechan- 
ical industry in this city. We propose in this 
review to make a brief reference to a few of the 
most important branches, and to exhibit some 
very interesting statistics collected during the 
progress of our labors. 



GENERAL REVIEW. 



37 



FOUNDRIES, MACHINE SHOPS, ETC. 

There is no department of mechanical indus- 
try in this city in which more enterprise and en- 
ergy is exhibited than in the manufacture of ma- 
chinery and the working of metals generally. 
There is probably no city in the Union that will 

bear a comparison to San Francisco in this re- 
spect. The number of establishments is esti- 
mated at 220, affording employment to about 
1400 persons. 

IRON FOUNDRIES. 

The number of iron foundries is eight. Ag- 
gregate number of persons employed, from 270 
to 500. 

Union Iron Works. — Mr. Peter Donahue, the 
proprietor, commenced operations in 1849. These 
works, situated on the corner of First and Mis- 
sion, are the most extensive in the city, covering 
an area of seven full sized water lots. The 
buildings arc of the most substantial kind, all of 
brick; consisting of foundry, 50 by GO feet; one 
machine shop is 40 by SO feet, and tour stories 
high; one machine shop, blacksmiths' and boiler 
shop recently completed, 46 by 100 feet. Within 
these buildings are the best tools to be found in 
the State, consisting of Wentworth's massive 
drilling and slotting machines, compound planers, 
one of Z. Collin's superior lathes, which swings 
eight feet, and with the pit lathe can turn a pully 
22 feet diameter; the length of the lathe is 30 
feet. One of Nasmyth's steam-hammers is situ- 
ated in the center of the smith's shop, and a 
large forge furnace for heavy work has been 
added since last year. In addition to the tools 
enumerated above are lathes, planers, drills, and 
a large riveting machine. The first castings 
made in this State were at this foundry. The 
contract for the boilers and engines of the new 
side-wheel steamer Saginaw was awarded by 
the lion. Secretary of the Navy to Mr. Donahue, 
being the first contract tor a government steamer 
on the Pacific coast. A large beam engine with 
50-inch cylinder and 11 feet shaft, is now in the 
course of construction. Mr. Donahue manufac- 
tures Woodward's Patent Steam Pump, and 
gives employment to from 90 to 150 men. 

i Iron Works Co. — Successors to George 
Gordon .\ Steen. The Vulcan Iron Works, lo- 
cated on the corner of First and Natoma, were 
established in August, L851, by Gordon ,V Steen, 
for the manufacture of steam engines ami ma- 
chinery. In January, 1855, they were converted 
into a joint stock incorporated company. Pres- 



ent proprietors, S. Aitkin, Paul Torquet and 
Charles R. Steiger, who have been with the con- 
cern from its commencement. These works have 
turned out about 200 engines and 400 boilers, 
with the machinery of upwards of 300 saw, 
Hour and quartz mills, caudle anil starch facto- 
ries, etc. All the hydraulic machinery for raising 
brick buildings in Sau Francisco, were in 
and made at these works. The number of hands 
employed varies from 60 to 80. The business 
averages $270,000 per annum. 

Pacific Foundry. — Goddard, Hanscom & Kan- 
kin, proprietors. These works were established 
on their present location, First street, between 
Mission and Natoma streets, September, 1850, 
by Egery & Hinkley. The improvements con- 
sisted of a one-story frame building, 50 by 50 
feet, in which a general foundry and machine 
business was transacted. December, 1853, the 
proprietors purchased the interest of the original 
owners — erected a three-story building, 30 by 
60 feet, and added greatly, by improvements 
in machinery, etc., to former facilities fur meeting 
the increase of trade. In December. L858, an- 
other addition was made of a brick buildil 
by 80, which is used for melting purposes alone. . 
The cupolas, three in number, have a capacity of 
melting 16 tons of metal per day. The works 
employ from 60 to 80 men, and the average an- 
nual business is $240,000. 

Fulton Foundry. — Hinckley, Worth & Field, 
proprietors. The.se works were established by 
Worth, Hyde & Field, Sept. 8, 1855, as a ma- 
chine shop; July 2, 1856, facilities were added 
for casting metals, and changed to present style 
of firm on the 6th of same month. The works 
are located on First street, between Market and 
Mission, and at present keep about 30 hands 
employed in the different departments. 

Albion, Foundry. — Spratt A. Debrie, proprie- 
tors; Pine between Sansome and Montgomery. 
These works are principally employed in the 
manufacture of steam engines, grist and quartz 
mill machinery, and castings for house fronts. 
Number of men employed, 15 to 25. 

Miners Foundry. — Howland, Angell & King, 
proprietors; First between Howard and Folsom. 
These works, recently established, have exten- 
sive faculties for the manufacture of every de- 
scription of quartz and milling machinery, steam 
engines, etc. Number of hands employed, 28. 

Shaw's Foundry. — This is a small foundry 
connected with the Agricultural Implement Man- 
ufactory of T. Ogg Shaw k Co., Sacramento 



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fetreel aear Davis. Number of man employed, 

in to 16. 

Butler fro* Works. — These works -wore es- 
tablished on the corner of flolsom and Beale 
January, I860; b K. Gtayas, in 

oonneotion with the International Xn\ 
Company known as the A~pinwall Company. 

The buildings were not fully completed until 

September, of the same year, when the works 

s full operation and did a very large busi- 

Prior to September, the work that was 

ted by this establishment, was, to a 

stent; performed in the open air. These 

works have recently been removed to E s First, 

bet. Market and Mission. Number of hands 

employed, 80, 

in addition to the foundries above enumerated, 

there are numerous smaller establishments en- 
gaged iii the working of iron, affording employ- 
ment to a largo number of persons. 

BOILER WORKS. 

The Boiler Works of Messrs. Coffey & Risdon 
are engaged in an extensive and increasing busi- 
mploying a large number of hands, in- 
volving a heavy outlay for labor and materials ; 
amount the past year, $100,000. The number of 
men employed, about 40. 

San Francisco Steam Engine and Machine 
Works. — Pevoe & Co. proprietors; south-west 
corner Market and Fremont. A large number 
of steam engines are annually manufactured at 
these works; also, light machinery of every de- 
scription. Number of men employed, from 10 
to 20. 

Eureka Works. — TVilliani MeKibbin, proprie- 
tor; Pine between Sansome and Montgomery. 
This establishment manufactures iron stairs, 
shutters, railings and house-work of every de- 
scription. The celebrated Eureka Key and 
Clamp Bridge is also manufactured by Mr. Me- 
Kibbin. Number of men employed, 10. 

Phoenix Works. — Kittredge & Eraser, proprie- 
tors ; Battery near Pacific. These works annu- 
ally manufacture large quantities of fire-proof 
doors, shutters, gratings and house-work gen- 
erally. Number of men employed, from 15 to 
20. 

Propyls Machine Works. — Market near Second. 
Employed in the manufacture of steam engines, 
quartz and grist mill machinery, printing presses, 
and machinery in geueral. Number of men 
employed, from 10 to 20. 

There are numerous other establishments en- 
gaged in the working of metals, viz: blacksmith 



on smiths, 'J.'); tinsmiths, 65; coppersmiths, 12 
— exclusive of those employed In the precious 
metals. 

CALIFORNIA KXTALLUR6I0AL WOBK& 

The California Metallurgical Works are located 

at the OOmer of Harris and llrannaii. They are 

both extensive and admirably adapted for the 
assaying of different descriptions of ore, and as- 
tbr the extraction of gold from the tail- 
ings of quartz mills. During the first fifteen 
months that these works were in operation, but 
one furnace was used; during the succeeding 
three months, two were employed. The aggre- 
gate amount of gold extracted from quartz tail- 
ings and ores, during this period, is $150,000. 
The whole of this sum may be considered clear 
gain, and, as two-thirds, or $100,000, were paid 
to the owners of quartz leads, who have invested 
oney, as a general thing, in this State, the 
icomes of considerable importance. About 
$50,000 have been taken from sweepings, pol- 
Ishings, cinders, from assay offices, etc.; and of 
tount two-thirds, or $33,333, have been 
paid to the parties from whom the material was 
obtained. The entire cost of these works is 
$150,000, and they furnish employment to 16 
persons. The agents are Messrs. L'znay & Co. 

In addition to the Eureka Refinery and the 
Metallurgical "Works, there are six other estab- 
lishments for the refining and assaying of gold, 
silver, etc. The offices of Alsop & Co. and bun- 
can, Sherman & Co., S. Mollitor i Co., Q-. W. 
Bell, Henry lleutsch, and Kellogg, Hewston & 
Co., are very extensive, and capable of transact- 
ing a large amount of busine 

REFIXIXG OF GOLD AND SILVER. 

The Gold and Silver Refinery is located on 
Braunan near Harris. The refinery, a substan- 
tial brick structure, is one story in flight, and 60 
feet in width by 130 in length, together with the 
various implements in use, represent a perma- 
nently invested capital of about ,sG0,000. Em- 
ployment is furnished to an average of from 25 
to 30 persons. Operations were commenced at 
the refiner}- on the 1-ith of March. 1858; Duncan, 
Sherman & Co. and Alsop & Co., proprietors. 

OP1IIR METALLURGICAL WORKS. 

Among the many industrial enterprises which 

have been inaugurated in our midst during the 

past year, there are none which promise more 

important result -ks 



GENERAL REVIEW. 



39 



of Woodworth, Wethered ft Co., at North Beach. 
Gold ores, sulphurets and tailings are here 
treated by a new proeess, reeently discovered, 
by means of which every particle of the precious 
metal is successfully extracted. It is an estab- 
lished fact, that under the old system of treating 
ores, now in use by the quartz miners of Cali- 
fornia, more than one-half the gold is unavoida- 
bly wasted. This large proportion is either car- 
ried off iii tnltdiuu, through the imperfect process 
of working, or is contained in sulphurate which 
pix-vcnt its amalgamation by the mercury. The 
new process, above referred to, completely over- 
comes these difficulties, and must, therefore, 
prove of inestimable value to the mining inter- 
ests of our State. 

The ores are first reduced to an impalpable 
powder, and are then put through the series of 
arastras and pans, which compose the "Patent 
Amalgamators." The ingenuity and simplicity 
of the mechanism connected with this branch of 
the process at once strike the observer, who 
can see at a glance the practical nature of its op- 
eration. " Wethered's Combined Steam" is one 
of the agents used hi this new process. It is 
introduced into the pans and arastras through 
revolving, hollow shafts, invented by Mr. Selim 
E. Woodworth. "llowland's Patent Batteries " 
are used at this establishment for crushing the 
ores, and the whole machinery is put in operation 
by a steam engine of ten-horse power. 

The proprietors of these works have recently 
made a contract with the " Ophir Silver Mining 
Co.," for the crushing of their ores from the cel- 
ebrated "Comstock lead," and one of the batte- 
ries is now at work, day and night, performing 
that labor. At a visit which we made to the 
works a icw days since, we had the pleasure of 
feasting our eyes on some fifty tons of this beau- 
tiful silver ore which had been thus operated 
upon, and which was then being packed in stout 
canvas bags for shipment, the value of which 
was somewhere about one hundred thousand 
dollars. 

CHEMICALS. 

The San Francisco Chemical Works are located 
near Mission Dolores; Shepard, Coon, Judson & 
Co. proprietors. These works have been suc- 
cessfully employed for the last three years in the 
manufacture of acids. The average number "t 
persons employed is 1-4. These works supply the 
acids consumed at the U. S. Branch Mint in this 
city. 

The Chemical Laboratory of J. Moshcimer & 



Co., Bryant street, near South Park, is employed 
in the assaying of ores and minerals of every de- 
scription. 

COUIIACE AND OAKUM. 

The San Francisco Cordage and Oakum Fac- 
tory is located at the Potrero. This enterprise 
commenced in April. 1856, by Messrs. Flin 
body & Co., and Messrs. Tubbs & Co., since 
which time the operations of the company have 
lid. The buildings connected with 
the works are of the most extensive and perma- 
nent character. The main structure, occupied 
as a rope-walk, is 1,000 feet in length, and the 
spinning factory is 100 by 40 feet in length. The 
consumption of raw material is about 4,000 
pounds of hemp and 3,000 pounds of oakum per 
day, which is obtained from Manila, and arrange- 
ments have been completed for regular shipments 
thereof, until California shall be able to furnish 
the same from the products of her own soil. 
Office of these works, 139 Front. The enter- 
prising proprietors of this establishment are now 
i in the manufacture of cordage from 
California-grown hemp. The specimens exhibited 
at the last Mechanics' Fair will favorably com- 
pare with the imported article. They have also 
made arrangements for the importation of seed, 
for the production in this State of a sufficient 
quantity of the raw material to supply the de- 
mands for home consumption. 

THE HEF1X1NU OF SUGAR. 

The San Francisco Sugar Refiner}- is owned by 
a company of San Francisco merchants organized 
by Act of the Legislature of the State. The 
works of the company are located at San Fran- 
cisco, corner Price and Harrison; they are of 
the most extensive character, and of a capacity 
sufficient to supply the entire consumption of 
sugar in this State. The main building is 7 J feet 
in width by 122 in length, and five stories high. 
Several small buildings are attached, for the 
prosecution of the different branches connected 
with the refinery. The entire premises cover an 
area of 412 by 27.") feet. The raw material con- 
sumed at these works is obtained from Manila, 
Batavia, and other islands in the Pacific, and a 
line of clipper barks is now employed in main- 
taining a regular supply, to meet the require- 
ments of the company. Over 400 tons of sugar 
and 20,0iHi gallons of syrup per month are manu- 
factured at these works. The number of hands 
employed is 100. Cost of buildings and grounds, 
£200,000. 



40 



SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY. 



S\N FBAWOISOO WOOLEN FACTORY. 

These works arc located a1 Blaok Point, on the 
block bounded i>y Beach, North Point, Polk and 
Van Ness Avenue. Capacity, loo to 150 pairs 
blankets per day, depending upon the size and 
quality. Wool used par day, 1,250 pounds* 
Number of parsons employed, men 30; women, 

30; boyg, 10. Total, 70. Capital invested, 

$100,000. The operations of this factory since 
mmencement, December 15, 1869, have 
fully tested the energy and practical skill of the 
enterprising proprietors, to who 

cessful establishment of one of 
the most necessary branches of mechanical in- 
dustry. The satisfactory results of a movement 
of this character cannot fail to direct attention to 
the importance of extending a liberal encourage- 
ment to our home mechanics' in their efforts to 
develope the resource; of the State. David 8. Tur- 
ner is general agent ; Office and Depot at Eeyne- 
niaun. Tick & Co.'s, S'J and 'Jl California street. 

FTJBNITTJBB. 

One of the most important branches of Cali- 
fornia industry is the manufacture of furniture. 
Heretofore, large amounts of money have been 
monthly remitted East and to Europe, for the 
payment of the heavy importations of furniture 
that were required to meet the demand occa- 
sioned by the influx of a large population and the 
rapid growth of the State. By the exertions of 
our enterprising mechanics, a large portion of 
this trade will henceforth be secured to this 
State. The pioneers and the most prominent of 
those engaged in effecting this result, is the house 
of J. G. Clark & Co.. 128 Washington street, to 
whom great credit is also due for the rapid de- 
velopment of this branch of our home produc- 
tions. The manufactory of these gentlemen is 
of the most extensive character, comprising all 
the various departments necessary to transform 
the roughest material into the most elegant and 
finished articles of domestic utility. A large 
proportion of the finest furniture sold by this 
extensive firm is manufactured at their estab- 
lishment, and as specimens of workmanship, 
will favorably compare with the most costly 
manufactured at the East. There are several 
specimens of wood grown in this State and on 
this coast, that are suitable for manufacturing 
purposes, and considerable quantities thereof 
are annually consumed in the operations of this 
establishment. The number of men employed 
is 50. 



tablishments of J. Peirce, 1 15 
ami 117 California i .1. 1'. Goodwin, 

i in Washing! upplied 

witli anexteu oent of furniture of their 

own manufacture, and of Eastern importation. 

AGRKTLUKAI, IMI'LKMKN IS. 

The extensive establishment of T. Ogg Shaw 
& Co., on Sacramento near Davis, for the manu- 
facture of a variety of agricultural implements, 

including several of California invention, has 
been for some months in successful operation. 
There is probably no state in the Union in which 
a greater demand for labor-saving machinery ex- 
ists than in this, and the enterprising proprietors 
have, therefore, an extensive field for their exer- 
tions. The number of men employed is 30. 

SAX FRANCISCO GLASS WORKS. 

Established 1859. Location, corner of Beale 
and Howard streets. Number of men employed, 
10. Capacity, 4,000 pouuds per day. 

An abundance of material lor the manufacture 
38 is to be found in this State, and a remu- 
nerative field is therelbre open to the enterpris- 
ing proprietors of these works. 

BILLIARD TABLES. 

There are nine establishments in this city en- 
gaged in the manufacture of billiard tables, af- 
fording constant employment to from 40 to 80 
persons. One of the most prominent is that of 
M. E. Hughes, 180 and 182 Montgomery street. 
He is the sole agent on the 1'acilic coast for Mr. 
Phelan's justly celebrated Model Biliard Tables 
and Patent Combination Cushions. In this con- 
cern, alone, there are constantly employed from 
10 to 15 men. 

CAMPIIEXE AXD OIL. 

There are six establishment* in the 

manufacture of camphene and the refining of oil, 
the aggregate capacity of which is estimated at 
over .">(i, 000 gallons per month. The works of 
A. C. Dietz & Co., and Stanford Brothers, are the 
largest and most complete. 

FLOUR MILLS. 

The number of flour mills is nine, the aggre- 
gate capacity of which is nearly 1,000 barrels of 
flour per day. The most extensive of these mills 
are the Eureka, New Cenessee, Golden Age, 
Golden Gate, and Commercial Mills. 

RICE MILLS. 

The number of mills engaged in the cleansing 
of rice, coffee, etc., is two. The Oriental Mills, 



GENERAL REVIEW. 



41 



owned by Henry Baker & Co., located on Fre- 
mont street, have a capacity of cleaning and 
polishing from 50,000 to 100,000 pounds per day. 

MANUFACTURE OF CIGARS. 

The production of Cigars is an important 
item of our Homo Manufactures. There arc 25 
factories in operation in this city, giving employ- 
ment to 120 persons. Amount of leaf tobacco 
consumed per montli 125,000 pounds; cigars 
manufactured pur mouth, 550,000. The leaf 
tobacco used is imported principally from Havana. 

SAW MILLS. 

There are four Steam Saw Mills at present in 
operation in this city, with an aggregate of 18 
saws, and a capacity of 8,000,000 feet of lumber 
per annum, and employing 45 men. Attached 
to these mills are manufactories for the produc- 
tion of sashes, doors, packing boxes, etc. ; and 
one of these mills (Chace's) has connected with 
it, machinery for making barrels, with a capacity 
for 250 per day. 

BREWERIES. 

The number of Breweries in this city is 24; 
aggregate capacity, over 100,000 gallons per an- 
num, and employing about 150 persons. Tne 
new establishment of Hoelscher, Wieland & Co. — 
the Philadelphia Brewery — situated on Second 
near Folsom, is the mostextensive establishment 
of the kind on the Pacific coast, and the enter- 
prise displayed by the proprietors, in its comple- 
tion, is worthy of attention. 

MACARONI AND VERMICELLI. 

There are two establishments engaged in this 
city in the manufacture of these valuable arti- 
cles of lood, large quantities of which are annu- 
ally shipped to the diil'erent ports of the Pacific. 
The house of J acob Meuli & Co., 174 Mission, con- 
stantly employ several persons in their extensive 
business. 

SHIP BUILDING. 
This branch of mechanical industry, although 
in its infancy in this State, is gradually assuming 
an important feature in the business of this city. 
There are at present several extensive firms 
profitably engaged, employing a large number of 
persons. During the past season, several steam- 
ers and sailing ships were constructed, and at 
the present time there are three steamers and 
several sailing vessels on the stocks intended for 
the bay and river trade. 

Vessels built during the last year. — Steamers. — 
Flora Temple (side-wheel) ; Rambler (side- 
wheel) ; Victor (stern- wheel) ; Chrysopolis (side- 
wheel) ; M. S. Latham (stern-wheel) ; Visalia 



(stern-wheel) ; two stern-wheel steamers now on 
the stocks, and schooner Mary Ncllis. 

Vessels Repaired. — Steamers Cornelia and Dasha- 
way. 

The Fluctuations of Trade. 
The following table has been prepared for the 
purpose of showing the changeable character of 
our business community. Only the leading 
branches of trade have been included, but these 
may be regarded as a fair indication of the whole. 
The yearly change among the small dealers will 
not fad short of fifty per cent, per annum: 



No. 
1859 



Declin- 
ed busi- 
ness. 



Assayers 

Attorneys 

Auctioneers 

Bakeries 

Bankers 

Baths 

Billiard-makers .... 
Boarding-houses. . . 

Breweries 

Brokers 

Butchers, etc 

Cabinet-makers .... 

Carpenters 

Cigars 

Clothing and tailors. 

Coal and wood 

Dressmakers ...... 

Dry Goods 

Fruits 

Furniture, etc 

Groceries 

Gunsmiths 

Hardware 

Hair-dressers 

Hatters 

Liquors 

Lumber 

Milliners, etc 

Painters 

Physicians 

Printing Offices 

Produce 

Restaurants 

Stoves and tinware. 
Upholsterers, etc . . 
\V atelnnakers, jewelers 



Totals. 



271 
20 
63 
16 
14 
9 

286 
18 

150 

125 
21 
75 

130 

256 
65 
56 

117 
72 
70 

328 
14 
32 
60 
16 

760 
32 
43 
50 

169 
13 
70 
66 
51 
30 
50 



3,62G 



2 
37 

6 
27 

1 

4 

3 
168 

2 
61 
59 
15 
63 
58 
99 
39 
34 
34 
50 
22 
135 

6 

4 
44 

6 
341 

9 
27 
35 
55 

40 
34 
13 
10 
27 



1* 



1,570 



6 

234 
14 
36 
15 
10 
6 

118 
16 
89 
66 
6 
12 
72 

157 
26 
22 
83 
22 
48 

193 

8 

28 

16 

10 

419 
23 
16 
15 

114 
13 
30 
32 
38 
20 
23 



1,956 



No. 

INK). 



288 
20 
66 
17 
15 
9 

248 
24 

179 

150 
22 

120 

136 

276 
85 
62 

121 
78 
54 

373 
12 
37 
95 
23 

800 
33 
43 
65 

189 
17 
48 
84 
64 
30 
84 



3,985 



Interesting Statistics. 
The following interesting statistics have been 
compiled from the " Business Directory" of the 
present volume : — Number of attorneys in San 
Francisco, 288 ; physicians, 189 ; commission- 
merchants, 250 ; hotels, boarding and lodging- 
houses, 248; cigar dealers, 136; carpenter shops, 
120 ; dry goods establishments, 121 ; fruit dealers, 



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SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY. 



78; grocers, 373; hair-dressing saloons, 95; 
bakeries, 76; br ewers, 24; butchers and mark* 
cis, L60; furniture and bedding, 64; clothing, 
including tailors and drapers, 270; restaurants, 
64 ; watchmakers and jewelers, 84 ; wood and 
coal yards, S5; upholsterers and paper-hangers, 
30; bathing-houses, 16; brokers, 179; cooper 
shops, 20 ; hardware-dealers, 37 ; lumber-dealers, 
:'»:;; milliners and millinery stores, 4'.'>; painters, 

63; dress-making establishments, 62; stoves and 

tinware dealers, 64; agricultural stores, 14; 
apothecaries and druggists, 55 ; assay establish- 
ments, 8; auctioneers, 20; hankers, 17; billiard- 
table makers, 8; cabinet-makers, 22; camphene 
distilleries, 7 ; confectioners, 1 7 ; daguerreian gal- 
leries, 15 ; dyeing establishments, 4 ; gunsmiths, 
12; harness and saddlery, 20; hatters, 23; print- 
ing-offices, 17 ; produce-dealers, 48. 

LIQUOR DEALERS. 

It is estimated that there are nearly 800 estab- 
lishments in San Francisco at which liquors are 
sold, viz: wholesale, 73; retail, (saloons) 404; 
hotels, 30 ; groceries where liquors are sold, 260 . 
billiard saloons, 12. These figures do not include 
commission-merchants and brokers, who deal 
more or less in the article. 

THE PRESS. 

There are 43 different newspaper and period- 
ical publications issued from this city, of which 
13 are daily, 19 weekly, 8 monthly, 1 quarterly, 
and 1 annually. Of the dailies, 5 issue weeklies 
and 2 steamer editions, in addition to their regu- 
lar issues, making an aggregate of 50 different 
papers. Published in foreign languages, 9, viz : 
French, 4 ; German, 3 ; Spanish, 1 ; and Italian, 
1. Of the weeklies, 5 are devoted to religion, 
and 1 to Agriculture. Of the montldies, 4 are 
devoted to literature, 2 to medicine, 1 to religion, 
and 1 to agriculture.! Since the list of newspa- 
pers on page 452 was compiled, the Evening Tel- 
egram has been united with the Evening Gazette, 
and a new weekly, devoted to the Jewish per- 
suasion, has been announced, entitled the Pacific 
Messenger. 

HAZARD POWDER MAGAZINE. 

The Hazard Gunpowder Company, through 
their agent, Mr. E. H. Parker, of this city, have 
completed a magazine, situated on the Bay, mid- 
way between Rincon and Hunter's points. The 
building is of the most substantial character, is 
50 feet long by 30 wide, and two stories in hight. 
The capacity of the magazine is about 750,000 



pounds, or pea rly 400 tons. Besides the quali- 
ties of powder used by government, and by ships 

and sportsmen, a vast, amount is used in Califor- 
nia for blasting operations, and it is, therefore, an 
of great importance to the country. Its 
mis character, however, makes it a very 
unfit article to be kept in the city in any great 
quantity. 

OUR WINE VAULTS. 

The sales of native wine in this State are in- 
creasing very rapidly. The linns of Sainsevain 
& Brother, and Kohler & Frohling, of this city, 
are extensively engaged in the trade. The wine 
cellars of Kohler & Co., under the Montgomery 
Block, contain over 120,000 gallons, and the new 
vault of Sainsevaine & Brother, is of a capacity 
to contain over 600 pipes. 

The vault of Messrs. Sainsevaine, is located 
on Mission street near fourth. It is 160 feet in 
length by 50 feet in width. There is now stored 
therein, over 100,000 bottles of "Sparkling Cali- 
fornia," and 400 pipes of assorted wines. When 
fully completed, there will be connected with the 
vault, several large vats of a capacity of 1,500 
gallons each, and a steam saw mill for the manu- 
facture of boxes for packing the wine. 

SEWING MACHINES. 

There are several depots in the city for the sale 
of the different styles of Sewing Machines. The 
new pattern of Wheeler & Wilson's, is warmly 
recommended by numerous families in this city, 
who have tested its working qualities. Mrs. E. 
Oakes Smith, in referring to the advantages of 
this pattern, says : 

" I have never had a needle broken in its use, 
nor has it in the least become disordered — not- 
withstanding that I have allowed several persons 
to learn upon it, and all kinds of household work 
have been executed thereon ; indeed, fine mus- 
lins and heavy broadcloth have tested not only 
its delicacy but its strength. - ' 

Henry C. Hayden, corner Montgomery and 
Sacramento streets, is the agent for the State. 

The machines of Grover & Baker, have also 
obtained a wide reputation for their admirable 
working qualities. " The simplicity of their con- 
struction, the facility of their use, and strength 
of their work, are strong recommendations. They 
are coming into very general use, and are greatly 
approved by the ladies. It is a most admirable 
invention, and reflects great credit upon the inge- 
nious men who have made the machine so per- 
fect in all its parts." R. G. Brown, 91 Mont- 
gomery, is the agent for these machines. 



ADDITIONAL NAMES, REMOVALS, CHANGES, 

ETC., RECEIVED TOO LATE FOR REGULAR INSERTION". 



Abbott J. D. builder, dwl W s Prospect PI bet 
Sacramento and California 

Acklay Henry T. clerk with McLean & Fowler 

Adler Morris. Rincou Market, NE corner Folsora 
and Beale 

Adlington Geo. carpenter Tubbs & Co.'s Rope 
Manufactory 

Ahlcnfeld M. D. dwl SE cor Pine and Central 
Place 

Aitken James, dry goods, W s Third bet How- 
ard and Tehama 

Alcorn Mary E. Miss, dwl Ns Bryant bet Second 
and Third 

Aldersey John, asphaltum roofer, dwl Grove nr 
Van Ness Avenue 

Aldrich J. Miss, Bush St. Seminary, SE corner 
Bush and Dupont 

Ambrose Sebastian, butcher with Z. Herbert 

Annan W. C. & Co. tobacco agents, 87 Front, re- 
sides New York 

Apeler Hermann, carpenter, dwl 14 Sansome 

Appleton J. D. bricklayer, dwl W s Prospect 
Place nr Sacramento 

Arnold Herman ( WicltAhausen & Co.) dwl cor 
Jackson and Virginia 

Ashman Richard, engineer Tubbs & Co.'s Rope 
Manufactory 

Assion Joseph, tailor, 66 Montgomery 

Bach Simon H. clerk with S. Fredrick & Bro. 
Bachazallouppi Stephen, gardener, cor Oak and 

Franklin 
Baker Alexander, book-keeper with G. M. Jos- 

selyn k Co. California nr Druram 
Baker Conrad, U. S. Branch Mint, dwl S s Minna 

bet Third and Fourth 
Baldwin Elisha F. dwl Market nr Fell 
BALDWIN {Marcus M.) & READ (Samuel) 

manf jewelers and lapidaries, 171 Wash 
Baptiste Gaillardan Jean, saloon, NE cor Fell 

and Laguna 
BARCLAY THOMAS, book-keeper, dwl W s 

Dupont nr Filbert 
Baright W. L. contractor and builder, dwl N s 

Market bet Kearny and Dupont 
Barkeloo John, real-estate agent, 102 Merchant, 

dwl South Park 
Barkley Samuel, book-keeper with Wilson & 

Stephens, dwl Pacific bet Hyde and Larkin 
Barneix M. with J. A. Maison 
Barnheisel Olivia, boarding-house, N s Market 

bet Sansome and Montgomery 
Barstow (George) & Holt (Thomas H.) attorneys, 

79 Montgomery 
Bates James (Agnew & B.) dwl E s Kearny bet 

Post and Geary 
Batteaux Daniel (Knell & B.) dwl SW corner 

Kearny and California 
Bavatan C. W. engineer S. F. Water Works 



Beard Jos. R. secretary Sierra Nevada S. M. Co. 

SE cor Mont and Cal 
Beatty David, clerk with R. Beatty 
Becker George, fruits and confectionary, W side 

Davis bet Broadway and Vallejo 
Begin Joseph, butcher with H. H. Smith, dwl W 

s Kearny bet Clav and Commercial 
Bell Gabriel, with J. W. Bell 
Bell James W. dairy, Mission Dolores 
Bell John, sailmaker. residence Potrero 
Bendit Maurice, laborer, dwl 182 California, rear 
Bennett Emma Mrs. Bush St. Laundry, 93 Bush 
Bergstein Louis, dry goods, 316 Stockton 
Bering J. P. storage, Cunningham's Warehouse, 

dwl N s Sutter bet Taylor and Jones 
Bernstein Nathan (Kaplan & Co.) dwl W s Third 

near Howard 
Bertody Charles, physician, 225i Washington 
Bien Herman Rev. Academical Institute. N side 

Washington abv Mont, dwl 23G Stockton 
BIGELOW SAMUEL C. real estate, 10 Mercan- 
tile Library Building, dwl Laurel Place 
Bigley Catharine Mrs. boarding, 20 Trinity 
Bishop (C. E.) Wellington (Edward) & Co. 
general agents, 109 Bush, dwl N s Geary 
bet Mason and Jones 
Bixler David, attorney-at-law, dwl W s Mason 

bet Clay and Sacramento 
BLACKMAN (C. H.) & MORRISON (Wm. P.) 

wholesale liquors, 41 Commercial 
Blair Thomas S. groceries and liquors, 356 Stock 
Blanchard (Louis) & Porta (Francois) carpen- 
ters, Lestrade Place nr Pacific 
Blood Levi L. produce commission, 52 Clay, dwl 

163 Bush 
Bohme Frederick, musician, dwl 61 Kearny 
Bolado Francisco (Sanjurjo, B. & Pujol) residence 

Spanish Ranch, Sutter County. 
Bolton John H. dwl N s Filbert bet Powell and 

Mason 
Borel Gustave, butcher, dwl W s San Bruno road 
Bosley D. W. collector for McLean & Fowler, dwl 

Brooks House, 16 Sansome 
Bowen (Charles) k Pape {Ferdinand) hair-dress- 
ing saloon, 216 Washington, dwl N s Val- 
lejo bet Stockton and Powell 
BOYD T. C. designer and engraver, 80 Mont (see 

advertisement, p. 497) 
Bradley Henry W. importer daguerreian mate- 
rials, 176 Clay 
Brewer Jacob, carpenter, S s Market nr Third 
Brewton Olive Mrs. lodgings, SE cor Sac and 

Prospect Place 
Bricknell William A. miller, bds Sacramento 

Hotel, Pacific 
Brooks Aaron, bedstead and furniture manf, SW 

cor Mission and Fremont, dwl 194 Mission 
BROOKS (James) & LAWRENCE (Joseph E.) 
editors and proprietors Golden Era, 151 Clay 



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SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY. 



Brownel] William, driver with James Hickey, 

72 JaokBon 
Bruder William, cigar-maker, XK tor Jackson 

and Montgomery 
Bruno Dinah Mrs. dwl N a Hardie PI nr Kearny 
Bryan Edward B. [DvndcaA B.) dwl 148 Monl 
Bryan Henry, atty-at-law, dwl Tehama Bouse 
Bryan Wirt J. {Hinckley & Co.) dwl SE corner 

Kearny and Clay 
Buchanan Henry, liquor saloon, 52 Commercial 
Buchholtz (John) A Co. (Chms Koch) New At- 
lantic Hotel. SW cur Kearny and Pacific 

Buckingham Charles K. merchant, dwl 259Stock 
Buckman J. dwl 127 Pine 
Button! Samuel F. laundryman City Laundry 
Bugamann Augusto, brick-yard, "W s San Bruno 

Road 
Bureh Win. L. seaman, dwl S s Mission between 

Third and Fourth 
Bnrhans J. pattern-maker, dwl W s Everett bet 

Third and Fourth 
Burke Dennis (Maurice McXamee & Co.) dwl 

54 Broadway 
Burkes 11. W, carpenter 112 Dupont 
BURX1TAM G. M. lumber, Stewart nr Market, 

dwl Oriental Hotel 
Burns Daniel, carpenter, dwl NsBdwvnr Mason 
Burns (D. P.) & Chambers (D. W.) real-estate 

agents, etc. 18 Court Block 
Burns J. H. dwl 287 Washington 
Bush Henry, daguerreian, NE cor Kearny and 

Commercial 
Bushnau "William, pattern-maker, dwl N s Ever- 
ett bet Third and Fourth 

Caldwell David B. drayman with G. M. Jos- 

Belyn ft Co. dwl with D. B. Sherman 
Caler ( Otniar) & Seidenstrieker (Frederick) 
Sharp-Shooting Hall, S side Hayes nrLagu- 
na. dwl XW cor Octavia and Hayes 
Campbell Julia Mrs. milliner, 29G Stockton 
Canham William F. painter. 10 Montgomery, dwl 

S s Lombard nr Taylor 
Caro (Julius) & Brother (John Caro) 84 Kearny 
Carr Jane Miss, cook Protestant Orphan Asylum 
Casey Michael, carpenter, dwl X side Jessie bet 

sond and Third 
Cerf Julia (widow) dwl E s Stockton bet "Wash- 
ington and Clay 
Chaignaud P. (Pelldier & C.) dwl 230 Wash 
Chase Joshua, laborer Tubbs & Co.'s Rope Manf. 
Chase Joshua P. seaman, residence Potrero 
Child E. F. ft Co. clothing and furnishing goods, 

XK cor Montgomery and Sacramento 
Church Thomas R. with Nichols & Firderer, 87 

Montgomery 
Clark Norman, laundryman City Laundry 
Clark (P. IF.) ft Waltemire (Edward) groceries 
and provisions, XE cor Clay and Front, dwl 
N s Clementina bet First and Second 
Clark Silas D. laundryman City Laundry 
Claughley Thomas, upholsterer and cabinet- 
maker, S s Market bet ^ansome and Battery 
CLOUGH (.fames P.) ft WYCKOFF (James P.) 
groceries and liquors, SE corner Bush and 
Dupont 
Cluin John, blacksmith, S s Hayes nr Yan Xess 
Avenue 



Cody Michael (Me Aran A Co.) dwl SE corner 

Hyde and chestnut 
Cogswell B. P. agent Stores and tinware, June 

Sac and Mkt, dwl 26 Stevenson 
Cole Benjamin, clerk with William McMurtry, 

BE eor Montgomery and Jackson 
Cole Henry, ea hi net -maker, dwl Grove nr Octavia 
niuel, ranch, cor Geary and Hevisadero 

COLEMAN WM. T. k GO. (Henry Carlton Jr. 
ond Edward M. Rabintoh) importing, ship* 

ping and commission merchants, XW cor 

Front and California, resides New York 
lly Thomas, laundrvinan City Laundry 
CONRAD JOHN, watches and' jewelry, 138 

Montgomery, dwl 211 Clay 
Coon Xorman S. perfumery and fancy goods, 139 

Sacramento 
Cornwall P. B. Notary Public 96 Merchant, dwl 

BE COT Harrison and Rineon Place 
Corse Willis, liquor saloon, 140 Battery. 
fjords A. J. bookbinder, IS2 Clay 
Coster Henrj r , workman with M. Commerford 
Cox J. surveyor, dwl 226 Clay 

r Charles, tinsmith, 140 Broadway 
Creighton George J. sexton Trinit\' Church, dwl 

with Mrs. Martha A. Stemwood 
Cromartie M. "W. merchant, bds with Mrs. Sarah 

Enscoe 
Cundell ( Thomas) &, Anderson (James) shipping- 
office, E s Battery bet Union and Green 

DAGGETT (Rollin 31.) RUTHERFORD (Thos.) 
ft FOARD (J. McDonough) editors and pro- 
prietors Daily Mirror, 16G Mont and 138 Clay 

Daniels Benjamin, gardener, dwl S s Hayes nr 
Gough 

Davis Hannah H. Mrs. fancy goods and millinery, 
XW cor Clay and Stockton 

Davis P. A. daguerreotypist with Thomas J. 
Isdell 

Davis Richard, ranch, corner O'Farrell and De- 
visadero 

Dav Roscoe, with Daniel Twing 

DAY THOMAS, impr gas-fixtures, 188 Mont, 
dwl Harrison bet Second and Hawthorne 

Deering James H. merchant, office 65 California, 
dwl S s Washington bet Powell and Mason 

De Forest (Joseph) & Tilden (H. H.) flour and 
grain, 88 Front 

Delaney (IF) & Co produce commission, 31 
Clay, dwl X s Mission bet Second and Third 

Delatour Alexander J. painter, corner Bush and 
Kearny, dwl S s Ridley nr Laguna 

De Montpreville Cyril, lithographer, 176 Com 

Desroziers E. & Co. groceries, 123 Commercial 

Detels (John) & Co. (Martin Betels) XW corner 
Waverley Place and Sacramento 

Dexter Charles H. driver with Wells, Fargo & 
Co. dwl S s Pine above Central Place 

Dey Wm. J. carpenter, dwl S s Hayes nr Octavia 

Dietrich (John) & Co. (Henry Eckelman) gro- 
ceries, SE cor Yallejo and Mason 

Diss F. A. J. merchant, office Tremont House 

DOE B. & J. S. importers doors, sashes, blinds, 
window-glass, etc. Market junction Cal 

Doe Charles F. clerk with B. & J. S. Doe, dwl with 
Luther Knights. 

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Dolct Augusta* butcher, 18 New Market, dwl 
Ns Pfeififer bet Dupont and Stockton 

Donaldson Darnel, NH cor Stockton and Pacific 

Donaldson Thomas, with David Donaldson 

Donnelly Ryan, milk-ranch, Potrero 

Dorninn {John) McKew (John) & Anderson (Si- 
mon) wood and coal, SE corner Dupont and 
Union, dwl S s Stevenson nr Ecker 

Doscher J. D. ( Cutting & D.) dwl junction Sac- 
ramento and Market 

Doyle Thomas (A & Benjamin) dwl Folsom bet 
Third and Fourth 

Dreschfeld Henry, real estate broker, BW cor 
Mer and Mont, dwl Clementina nr Fourth 

Drewhan Michael, prop'r Magher House, 10 
San some 

Droste T. B. ( W. 0. Reynolds & Co.) dwl SE 
cor California and St. Mary 

Druault Louis P. foreman Farallone Egg Co. dwl 
Xff cor Drumm and Sacramento 

Druffel F. H. Empire Bakery, NW cor Bush 
and Powell 

Dundas (T. R.) & Bryan (Edward E. Bryan) 
proptrs Wimmex'a restaurant, 148 Mont 

Dunham B. Frank, dwl 53 Sutro House 

Durrell Henry, barkeeper at Taylor & Morrell's, 
dwl 125 Sacramento 

Farley S. G. (Van Dyck & E.) 162 Montgomery 
Ellis A. Irving, clerk, dwl with E. F. Stewart 
Everding J. & Co. (R. B. Lovejoy) agents Pioneer 

Starch Manufactory. 50 Clay 
Everson (James) & Robinson, (Joseph) boat- 
builders, S s Merchant nr East 

Fairfield George 0. (G. M. Josselyn & Co.) dwl 

Market op Stewart 
Fallon Matthew, dwl 124 Dupont 
FALLS {Henry) & GAMAGE, (Samuel) salt, 

106 Front, dwl 34 Sutro House 
Farrington Charles L. cashier with H. Harris & 

Co. dwl Union Club Rooms 
Fauque Jules, carpenter, bds 85 Kearny 
Fell Caroline, housekeeper Sutro House 
Fell Ernest, printer, dwl 55 Sutro House 
Fernandas Phillipe, cook, Duncan Court 
Field Timothy, repairer of umbrellas, 253 "Wash 
FLANAGAN EDWARD, imp Coose Bay Coal, 

SE cor Battery and Green, dwl 177 Pine 
Flynn Richard L. salesman at W. Delaney & 

Co.'s, dwl 6£ Auburn 
Foard J. McDonough, (Daggett, Rutherford & F.) 

138 Clay 
Folk Samuel, merchant, dwl N s Hardie Place nr 

Kearny 
Frassa Hermann, clerk with Jacob Gundlach, 

dwl N s Folsom bet Third and Fourth 
Fredrick Morris. (S. Fredrick & Bro.) dwl 165 

Washington 
Fredrick S. & Bro. (Morris Fredrick) importers 

watches, jewelry materials, etc., 165 Wash- 
ington, resides New York 
Free "William, machinist, dwl 40 Union 
Friedman J. S. real estate agent, 176 Clay, dwl 

99 Broadway 
Fuller Silas, agent Coose Bay Coal, Ca^ir Drumm 
Fulton Ailonia. with R. Gibbons, crwl Potrero 
Furbush Ellis M. clerk with Allen & Spier 



Gali.ka Madame, midwife, dwl Ss Broadway nr 
Stockton 

damage Samuel, (Falls & G.) dwl Hotel Interna- 
tional 

Gantner (Richard) k Kirsch, (Michael) wagon- 
makers and blacksmiths, N s Facilic near 
Montgomery 

Garcia Francisco (Harris & G.) dwl E s Central 
Place nr Pine 

Geggus Charles, Charley's Market, W s Third nr 
Howard 

Gelston Marvin E. with McLean k Fowler, dwl 
with Gaffe, R. Gelston 

Gleason Win. artist, G3 Sutro House 

Glynn James, Inspector Custom House, dwl S s 
Lombard nr Stockton 

Goodman James, steward, dwl SW cor Laguna 
and Page 

Goldsmith (Jonathan G.) & Winnie, (Jacob) Wing- 
and-Wing Saloon. SWcor Market and Stew't 

Gordon Isabella F. Mrs. (colored) dressmaker, 
60 Minna 

Goss(W. II.) & Joscelyn, (W. R.) physicians, 
32 Montgomery 

GRADY JAMES J. morocco and leather dress- 
ings, SE cor Brannan and Fourth, dwl with 
Mrs. M. A. Walsh 

Graecht J. A. carpenter, dwl Union House. Stew't 

Grant John, marble yard, S s Market opp Mont- 
gomery, dwl S s Townsend bet Second and 
Third 

Green Mary J. (widow) boarding, 53 Minna 

Grozinger G. & Co. storage and commission, NW 
cor Bansome and Greenwich, office SW cor 
California and Front 

Grymcs (J. Edgar) A Greene, {Alex. P.) real es- 
tate and commission. 1594 "Washington 

Guilfoyle John (Maurice McXamee & Co.) dwl 
54 Broad way 

Gullixson (II. R.) & Nelson (John G.) uphol- 
sterers and paper-hangers, 92 Kearny, dwl S 
s Jessie bet Second and Third 

Gundlach Jacob, native wines, 86 Montgomery, 
dwl N s Vallejo bet Dupont and Stockton 

Habersham Wm. W. real estate agent, 79 

Montgomery 
Haehnlen J. F. (Uhrig <fc Co.) Dunbar Alley 
Ilahn John (M. Lanztnberg & Co.) dwl W side 

Powell nr Geary 
Haley John, wood and coal, SE cor Kearny and 

Broadway 
Hall A. "W. flour and grain, Ns Clay bet Drumm 

and East, dwl 350 Powell 
Hall Robert, clerk Benton Laundry, 156 Com'l 
Hamilton J. job wagon, NE cor Montgomery 

and Washington 
Hammond Who. machinist, dwl Branch Hotel 
Ilarmstad J. B., U. S. B. Mint, dwl Armory Hall 
Harnden William H. forwarding dep't "Wells 

Fargo & Co., dwl 60 Sansome 
Harris Joseph L. merchant, dwl with W. F. 

"Whittier 
HARRIS (Thomas) & GARCIA. ( Francisco) Ice 

Cream Saloon and Restaurant, 172 Wash- 
ington, dwl E side Powell bet Sacramento 

and California 
Hart Simon, (Straser, H. & Co.) dwl 63 M'cht 



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Harte Edward, editor Evening Gasstte, "2 M'<-ht 
Easeltine Hazen i Co. (Hazen Haseliv 

sliiu stores and provisions, 106 Front, dwl 

X W oor Powell and Bush 
Easeltine Hazen Jr. (Bomen lln*,ltine& Co.) dwl 

NW cor Powell :unl Bush 
Haseltine William, Japanese goods, 176 afont'y 
Eastings 8. Clinton, real estate, offioe l Court 

Block, resides Benicia 
Hathaway Edward V. Etincon Point "Warehouse, 

dwl s s Pine above Centra] Place 
Haven H. s. inanranoe agent, with McLean and 

Fowler, dwl s s Clay bet Mason and Taylor 
II cat lev E. D. broker, SB cor Washington and 

Battery 
Heighe Wm. TT. clerk with Walla, Fargo & Co., 

dwl BE COr Dupont and Jackson 
ITcll mti-jt AugUSte, crockery and glassware, SE 
oor California and Sansome 

Hennell Frederick, with McLean & Fowler, dwl 
168 Mission 

Hersee George (Briggs & 27".) dwl Columbia 
House. Stewart 

Hildebrand < leorge W. Gorman School, cor Stock- 
ton and St. Mark's Place 

HUdebrandt Frederick, liquor saloon, California 
nr Drumm 

Hinckley Charles E. & Co., (Wm. J. Bryan) 
apothecaries, SE cor Kearny and Clay, dwl 
221 Powell 

HITTELL JOHN S. associate editor Alta Cali- 
fornia, dwl with Mrs. S. Enscoe, Bush 

Hochsladter E. {II. & Bro. Marysville) office 90 
icramento 

Hoff "Wm. C. real estate agent, 134 Mont, dwl 
Mission Dolores 

Hollowav L. C. carpenter, bds King's Exchange, 
First 

Holmes Margaret, (widow) furnished rooms, 229 
Clay 

Holt J. Henry, book-keeper with Grover ft Ba- 
ker, dwl 171 Clay 

Holt J. Henry Mrs. fashionable dressmaker, 111 
Clay, over Kerby. Byrne & Co 

Hopkins C. T. (Lambert & H.) dwl Rincon Place 
nr Brvant 

HOWLAXD. AXGELL ft KING, proprietors 
Miners' Foundry and Machine Shop, E s First 
near Folsom, (see advertisement, p 489) 

Hoyer Cornelius, IT. S. B. Mint, dwl NW corner 
Bush and Tavlor 

HOYT HENRY P. proprietor Bay Street Dock, 
cor Stockton and Bay 

Hubbard Jason E. carpenter, dwl Railroad House 

HUDSOX DAVID, commission produce, 6 Clay, 
dwl San Bruno Road 

HUEFXER WILLIAM, reporter Democrat, dwl 
E s Mason nr Bush 

Hyams Leopold, physician, 79 Montgomery, dwl 
S s Jackson above Powell 

Ikxes John, clerk, GO Clay, dwl 151 Bush 
Irwin George H. (I. & Inslee) dwl X s Geary bet 

Dupont and Stockton 
Isbell Thomas J. daguerrean gallery, 182 Wash 

Jack {Adam) & Raab (George) New York Mar- 
ket, S s Pacific nr Sansome 



Jaffe J. & Co. {Morris Wwkhewn) cloaks and 
mantillas, Ml Sac, resides New York 

Jenkins [gnatius 8. Secretary Hoard Pilot Com- 
missioners, dwl E s Kearny nr Green 

Johnson Parish B. (Randolph &«/".) bda Hotel 
International 

Jones David. Pnivcrsal Market. \\V COT Stock- 
ton and Filbert 

JONE8 (David) WOOLL (John) ft SUTHER- 
LAND ( /•/»/"'/«) carvers, gilders and pieture- 

fVamera, 62 Montgomery, dwl 121 Pine 

Jones Win. II. auctioneer, bds St. Francis Hotel 
Joscelyn W. B.(Ckm k J.) clairvoyant physician, 

.''.2 Montgomery 
Josselyn <!. M. I Co. (George 0. Fairfield) ship- 
chandlers, N s Market op Stewart 

Kaei.itz TJ. (widow) teacher music, SW cor 

Third and Stevenson 
Kein Bridget (widow) Albion House, 18 Bush 
Kcin James F. painter, dwl is Bush 
Kellar Levi, auctioneer and commission, S s Cal- 
ifornia nr Montgomery 
KELLOGG, BEW8TON & CO. assayers and 

chemists. Ids Mont (see adv. p. xxii.) 
Kelly James 0. barber, 196 Kear 
Kemman John, dwl SW cor Pine and Kearny 
Kennedy James, blacksmith, dwl S s Stevenson 

bet Third and Fourth 
Kereken Wm. carpenter, bds Philadelphia House 
Kcrnin Joseph, barkeeper with Philip McGovern 
Kimball (George P.) & Co. ( Wm. B. Bent) imps 
and manfs carriages, X s Market abv Mont 
and SW cor Kearny and Third 
Kinsmond (James) & Smith ( Warren If.) butch- 
ers. 53 Wash Mkt. dwl X s Stock nr Pine 
Kunz Frank, gardener, dwl cor Grove and Van 
Ness Avenue 

LABATT HEXRY J. attorney-at-law, SW cor 

Mont and Com, dwl S s Mission W of Fourth 
Lahusen Henry, Ilenrv's Ovster Saloon, SG Mont 
LAMBERT (George' G.) k HOPKIXS (0. T.) 

insurance agents. XW cor Mont and Sac, 

dwl N s Green nr Mason 
Landborn D. assayer, dwl SW cor Geary and 

Dupont 
Lang J. L. (Tandler & Co.) dwl 109 Broadway 
Langdon Samuel ( W. F. Wilson & Co.) Dupont 

nr Clay 
Lantheaume Louis, French Bakery, S s Pacific 

nr Montgomery 
Latham J. K. S. teller Wells, Fargo & Co. dwl 

S s Jackson abv Powell 
Lawless M. saddles and harness, 122 Sansome 
Lawrence (George S.) & House worth (Thomas) 

opticians, 1GG Clay 
Leahy M. Mrs. fancy goods and dress-making, 

298 Stockton 
Le Breton Ed. dwl N s Stevenson bet Third and 

Fourth 
Lent Wm. M. rms 11 and 12 Sutro House 
Lincoln L. Harvey, clerk with W. F. Wilson & 

Co. dwl Benton House 
Lippman Joseph, watchmaker, 188 Clay, dwl N 

s ClayJ^t Mason and Powell 
Lober R. I^vaiter Stockton Exchange 
Lobree Isaac, clothing, 35 Jackson 



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Loehr Francis, proptr American Hotel, 63 Mont 
Lowe Thomas, merchant, office SE cor Wash and 

Battery 
Ludlmn Edward (J. L. Sanford &, Co.) dwl N s 

Stevenson or Second 
Ludlmn Thomas B. (J. L. Sanford & Co.) dwl 

M s Stevenson ur Second 
Lom Win. 11. {Robertson dc L.) dwl NW cor Du- 

pout and Greenwich 
Lumburn Wm. assayer, dwl S W cor Geary and 

I>npont 
Luut J. R. merchant, 99 Battery 

Mack Murray N. Mrs. milliner, 284 Dupont 
Mallett Richard, mhler, bds Sacramento Hotel, 
Pacific 

MANGLES MARTIN, groceries and liquors, SE 

cor Folsom and Maine 
Marks Louis, jeweler, SW cor Kearny and Pac 
Mayer Joseph, organ builder, N s Fourth bet 

Howard and Folsoni 
Mayer Simon, commission merchant, SW cor 

Merchant and Mont, dwl 1-44 Kearny 
McCann Thomas, printer, 130 Washington 
McCaim ( Wm.) k Co. {Telford McCann) commis- 
sion. 70 Jackson, dwl 148 Battery 
MacDermot 0. F. (J. Flanagan & Co.) dwl S s 

Tehama bet First and Second 
McGovern Philip, liquor saloon, SE cor Market 

and Third, dwl N s Sutter bet Kearny and 

Montgomery 
McKIBBIN WILLIAM, proptr Eureka Iron 

Works, 98 Fine, dwl S s Fine nr Mont 
McLean Daniel, groceries, 249 Washington 
McMahon Patrick J. liquor-dealer, dwl Brooks 

House 
McMurtry Wm. Express Saloon, SE cor Mont 

and Jackson 
McNamee Maurice & Co. (Dennis Burke and 

John Giulfoylt) wholesale liquors, 125 and 

127 Front, dwl BE cor Battery and Jack 
McNaughtou Thomas, carpenter, dwl NW cor 

Sansome and Bush 
Mehrtens August, (Scheper & M.) dwl SW cor 

Third and Stevenson 
Mengel John, St. Louis Market, NE cor Stock 

and Sutter 
Menke (Henry) & Co. (Chas. Ityen) groceries, 

NE cor Battery and Commerce 
Merriueld A. D. ship clerk, dwl E s Mont near 

Green 
Miller Henry, farmer, (Horner's Ranch) rear 

Mission Dolores Church 
Miller Nicholas, carpenter, dwl E s Powell nr 

Green rear 
Mills Luther R. irnpr wines and liquors, 41 Com- 
mercial, dwl 100 Montgomery Block 
Mitchell D. C. & Co. ship chandlers, 159 Battery 
Mitchell G. H. dwl 133 Clay 
Mousarrat (J/. C'.) <£ Ahnon (James) commission 

merchants, ]S \V cor Clay and Front 
Moody William, dwl 00 Clay 
Moon Andrew J. liquor-broker, 115 Battery, 

dwl W s Third bet Brannan and Bryant 
Moore R. Cutler, Alta job printing office, 124 

Sacramento 
Mooshake F. Rev. pastor German Lutheran 

Church, dwl 193 Fine 



Morison Samuel A. merchant, dwl 32 Sutro House 

Morrison William P. (Black nutu. A JJ.) dwl S s 
Howard bet Third and Fourth 

Morton A. G. dwl E s Frospect Place bet Sacra- 
mento and California 

Murray William, clerk Evening Bulletin, dwl NE 
cor Vallejo and Montgomery 

Neumann E. (Sander & N.) NW cor Third and 
Mission 

Noah M. M. editor, dwl 210 Stockton 

Noouan John (Wilkomb & N.) dwl E s Dupont 
bet Bush and Fine 

Northrup Charles 11. Kev. pastor Bethel Metho- 
dist Episcopal Church, JS' s Mission bet First 
and Second, dwl rear church 

O'Conner Moses, liquors, 135 Front 
Ogden Richard L. rms Sutro House 
O'Hare John (Reiiner A O'll.) dwl NW cor 

Folsom and Sparks 
Olmsteed T. C. D. ( Wainwright & 0.) dwl N s 

Clay nr Taylor 
O'Neil John, saloon, E s Pacific nr Montgomery 
O'Rourke (llwj)i) & Connelly (^ William) saloon, 

SE cor Davis and Jackson, dwl N s Clay 

bet Drumm and Davis 
Ottignon Joseph, wood and willow ware, 157 

Sacramento, dwl cor Pine and Sansome 

Page J. F. engraver, bds NW cor Broadway and 

Kearny 
Paige Squire H. (J. 0. Van Bergen & Co.) dwl 

204 Stockton 
Payot Henry, books and stationery, 26 Second 
Parker W. C. real-estate broker, >> W cor Mont 

and Merchant, dwl 2 SO Stockton 
Parrish & Co. wooden-ware nnmut's. office and 

depot NE cor Clay and Front 
Pate B. T. attorney-at-law, 166 Clay 
Felletier (John D.) & Chaignaud (F.) merchant 

tailors, 230 Washington 
Perley D. W. dwl 37 Sutro House 
Pforr (John) k Brother (Henry Fforr) groceries, 

70 Kearny 
Phelan James, imptr wines and liquors, N 8 

Commerce bet Battery and Front 
Pinkerton J. dwl SW cor Fine and Kear 
Pitts Abraham N. liquor-broker, 69 Jackson 
Plate A. J. gunsmith, 103 Commercial 
PLATT HENRY B. contractor, 9 Mercantile 

Library Building, dwl Market op Third 
Flurner W. B. stair-builder with Smith & Freeman 
Pratt Benj. carpenter, dwl 60 Kearny 
Price James, with A. Lusk, dwl N s Kearny nr 

Broadway 

Raab George (Jack & B.) dwl S side Pacific 

near Sansome 
Randolph {Ed maud) & Johnson (Parish B.) at- 

torneys-at-law, 3 and 5 Court Block, dwl 

S s Lombard nr Dupont 
Rechiel Wm. liquors, 285 Dupont 
Bamadell A. G. coal-yard, N s Jackson bet 

Davis and Front 
Rapp {A. H.) Heitzeberg (P.) & Co. (W. M. 

Hinion and F. McMahon) publishers Le Phare, 

SW cor Clay and Sansome 



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Reynold* ( W. 0.) & Co. (T. B. Drotta) butohen 

and grocers, SK cor Cal and St. Marys, dwl 

EE b Larkin bei Union and Filbert 

Huberts Gr. W. clerk Franklin House NW cor 

Broadway and Sansome 

tson i-A II.) a Lam ( Wm. II.) billiard sa- 
loon. SB cor Btookton and Jackson 

Robinson Edward M. (Win. T. Coleman A Co.) 
N W cor Im-miii and California 

Rockwell K. A. editor, dwl 8 B Bush bet Dupont 

and Stockton 

M. A. li. Mrs. furnished rooms, SE cor 
Jackson and Stockton 
llolt'e Asa T. Shipping and forwarding, office 
with G. M. Josselyn &, Co. 

Morris, barber with EL A II. Stable, 

dwl Thompson Place nr Washington 
Rousset [Pierre F.) Auger (Bernard E.) & Co. 

(I'aul Rousset) imptrs liquors and cigars, 

cor Pacific and Sansome 
Roux Andrew, barber, W s Davis bet Bdwy and 

Pacitic, dwl X E cor Jacksou and Davis 
Roux Felix, perfumery and soaps, 110 Kearny 
Rutherford Thomas {Daggett li. k, Foard) dwl 

X s Washington nr Mason 
Ryan Roger, Front Street Market, E s Front nr 

Broadway, bds Montgomery House 

Sammy Henry, baker, 97 Broadway 

SANFORD J. L. & CO. (Thomas B. and Edward 
Ludlum) fruit, auction and commission mer- 
chants, 82 Washington 

SAN FRANCISCO CliKMICAL WORKS CO. 
(estate of M. Farmer, Egbert Judson, 
Henry P. Coon and John L. N. Shepard) 
office 64 Front, up stairs 

Scheper (John II.) <£ Mehrtens (August) groceries, 
S\V cor Third and Stevenson, dwl SE cor 
Pacitic and Kearny 

Schultz (George) & Yon Bargen (Henry) whole- 
sale liquors, 146 Sansoiue 

Schwegerle Hans, musician, dwl with R. Herold 

Selling John (liusenbaum, Schubart & Co.) dwl 
345 Vallejo 

Shattuck D. i). & Co. provisions, etc. 99 Battery 

Shearer William, clerk with Clark & Waltermire 

Sheidling A. peddler, 83 Bush 

Sheppard John, merchant tailor, 188 Clay, dwl 
N s Clay bet Powell and Mason 

Skidmore James, telegraph operator California 
Mercantile Agency, dwl 134 Dupont 

Smith H. H. butcher, 4 New World .Market, dwl 
W s Kearny bet Clay and Commercial 

Smith Susan (widow) dwl 41 Sutro House 

Smith Warren 11. (Kinsmvnd &■ S.) dwl NW cor 
First and Minna 

Smith William, dwl SE cor Stock and Jackson 

Soiret Charles, hairdresser, 222 Pacific 

Squires Henry C. hairdresser, dwl 105 Mont- 
gomery Block 

Staples Eliza (widow) Ely House, furnished 
rooms. W s Third bet Stevenson and Mission 

Stevens Geo. W. ( Wilson <ic S.) dwl 10 Flardie 
Place 

Stevenson A. J. real estate, 5 and 6 Sutro House 

Still Sarah (widow) dwl 126 Stockton 

Stuart George, dentist, 36 Battery 

Stuart Win. F. with Dr. George Stuart, 36 Bat 



Sutton Jesse, dwl 98 Montgomery Block 
Sutro A. Sutro House, SW cor Mont and Cal 

TAYLORJames S. veterinary surgeon and horse 
market, N s Market op Second, dwl Bagloy 
Plane 

Ten Eyck Jacob, flour and grain, Front 

Sen Eyck Samuel, clerk Tehama Ho 

Thompson Frank W. clerk with W. T. Thompson 

Thompson James, dwl 26 Sutro House 

Thompson W.T. Harbor-Master, 140 Front 
Thomson Peter, gentlemen's furnishing goods, 

L36 Sacramento 
Thrall Stephen C. Rev. rector Trinity Church, 

dwl Lombard bet Kearny and Dupont 
Torning Andrew, sign and ornamental painter, 

NE cor Battery ami Oregon, dwl S s Union 

bet Montgomery and Kearny 
Trcnklc J. teacher music, S s Clay abv Mason 
Tripp (S. G.) & Robinson (7". B.) pyrotechnists, 

N s Lombard bet Powell and Mason 
TUCKER GEORGE L. billiards and liquors, 116 

Montgomery 

Van Bergen J. 0. & Co. (Squire II. Paige) pro- 
duce and commission merchants, 48 and 49 
"Washington Market 

Von Bargen Henry (Schultz & Von B.) 146 San 

Vorrath Christian, "bakery, 97 Broadway 

Wade S. H. printer, dwl S s Minna, bet Third 

and Fourth 
WAIN WRIGHT (James E.) & OLMSTEAD 

(T. C. I).) real estate, stock, and general 

auctioneers, 144 Washington 
Walsh S. T. real estate agent, 102 Merchant 
Waltermire Edward (Clark & W.) dwl N side 

Clementina bet First and Second 
Warren J. Q. A. bookseller, dwl 185 California 
Wedekind F. W. physician, 136 Moutgomery 
Wellington Edward (Bishop, W. & Co.) dwl 249 

Kearny 
Wenz (F. David) & Janus ( Oscar) market, Mis- 
sion Dolores 
Whaites E. P. ( Wm. N. & E. P. W.) dwl W s 

Kearny bet Pacitic and Broadway 
Wheatleigh Chas. comedian Maguire's Opera 

House, bds Hotel International 
Wichelhausen (li. B. G.) & Co. (Hermann Arnold) 

German books, etc. N W cor Jackson and 

Virginia 
Willcomb (Daniel) & Noonan (John) butchers, 

SE cor Bush and Dupont, dwl W s Dupont 

bet Bush and Pine 
Williams Jonathan, boarding, 4 and 5 Hardie PI 
Wilson (John Y.) & Stevens ( George W.) Oregon 

and California provisions, 19 Commercial 
Wimmer Jacob, restaurant, Sutro House 
Winegar A. B. (Cory & W.) dwl S s Ewer Place 

nr Mason 
Wood, Eddy & Co. lotteries, 140 Montgomery 
Woodward William (Fred'k MacCreUish dc Co.) 

dwl Sophie Terrace 
Wurkheim Morris (J. Jaffe & Co.) dwl 141 Sac 
Wyckoff James P. (C lough & W.) dwl W s Du- 
pont nr Bush 

Zeile Charles D. clerk, 215 Washington 



THE 



SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY, 

For the Year commencing June 1st, 1860. 



__ 'Notice. — Karnes too late for regular insertion, removals, changes, etc., which have occurred 
during (he preparation of the work, uill be found on the pages immediately preceding thin. 



ABBREVIATIONS. 



abv Above 

acct Accountant 

atty Attorney 

av Avenue 

b<!g... .Building or buildings 

b<ls Boards 

bet Between 

blk i Block 

0. It Custom Ilouse 

elk Clerk 

com Commission 

cor Corner 

dept Department 

dwl Dwelling 



K East 

exch Exchange 

V. P Fort Point 

h House 

imp Importer 

lab Laborer 

manf Manufacturer 

mec Mechanic 

mcht Merchant 

Mis Dol Mission Dolores 

mkr Maker 

mkt Market 

N North 

nr Near 



off Office 

op Opposite 

pl Place 

P. Post Office 

Pre'o Presidio 

proptr Proprietor 

res Besides or residence 

mis Rooms 

a bonth 

s Bide 

stm... .Steamer or Steamship 
D.S.B.M...U. S.Branch Mint 

vrkm \\ orkman 

W West 



Streets. 
Bdwy Broadway- 
Bat Battery 

C a I California 

Com Commercial 

Leav Leavenworth 

I.eid Leidesdorff 

Mereh Merchant 

Mont Montgomery 

I'ac Pacific 

Bac Sacramento 

San San some 

Stock Stockton 

Wash Washington 



Aaron Isaac, cigars, NW cor First and Steven- 
son, dwl S s Jessie nr Ecker 
Aaron Simon (H. Aaron ( (- Bro. Treka) dwl Ss 

Minna bet Second and Third 
Abadie Charles, cook, Bdy Blk. NW cor Kearny 
Abadie Charles Mine, midwife, Broadway Block, 

NW COT Kearny 
Abadie John, cutler, TVs Leidesdorff nr Clay 
Abbate Paul B. collector, 160 Clay, dwl SE cor 

Clay and Powell 
Abbott Chas. L. opposition pilot office, cm- Past 
and Wash, dwl N s Polsom below Fremont 
Abbott Frank, steward. dwlNs Bdy nr Davis 
Abbott J. D. builder, dwl Prospect Place nr Bdwy 
Abbott Osborn, broker, 138 Front, dwl TV s Vir- 
ginia nr Jackson 
Abbott S. B. bds Clinton Temperance House 
Abbott William A. Sup. Sailors' Home. TVs 
Front nr Pacific, bds with David L. Pernald 
Abel Benj. works for L. Haskell, Black Point 
Abel Sam. 0. butcher, W s Jones bet Pine and Bush 
A BELT. ALEX. G. Grand Secretary Grand 
Lodge P. and A. M. 12b Montgomery, dwl 
SE cor Mason and Washington 

Abels Frederick, waiter, Stewart St Restaurant. 
ABERNETHY {George) CLARK (Hiram) & CO. 

Shipping and forwarding, pier 4 Stewart, 

resides Oregon Oily* Oregon 
Ablestle Charles, watch-case-maker, 114 Dupont. 
Abraham David, hatter, 70 Kearny 
Abraham Jacob, dry goods, dwl S s Miuna bet 

Jane and Third 
Abraham Jonas, boots aud shoes, East bet Clay 

and Commercial 



Abrahams Louis, tailor. East bet Clay and Com 

Abrahams Samuel, jobber, dwl 18 Kearny 

Abramowsky Adolph, butcher, with ilellens- 
chimdt & Lawler, dwl cor Brannan and John- 
ston 

Abrams (David) & Brother (Moses) wholesale 
grocers. 56 Front, dwl 25 Minna 

Abrams Jonas, boots and shoes, dwl S s Com- 
mercial bet Drunim and East 

Abrams Moses (Abrams it' Bro.) dwl 25 Minna 

Abrams S. merchant, dwl 5 C. 11. I 

Ach Leon, clerk, with Elias Harris, dwl Ss Sut- 
ter bet Stockton and Dupont 

A Chun (Chinese) washing and ironing, Ss Sac- 
ramento bet Druintn and Davis 

Ackerman Auguste, clerk, with F. St rouse, dwl 
S s Vallejo nr Stockton 

Ackerman Hart S. (Ackerman Bro*.) dwl cor 
Mission and Fourth 

Ackerman Henry (./. Dietrich <£ Co.) dwl SE cor 
Vallejo and Mason 

Ackerman Brothers (JBeyman S. Samuel S, and 
Hart S.) dry goods, 162 Sacramento and 
NE cor Kearny and Bush, dwl c r Mission 
and Fourth 

Ackerman Joseph (ilcElwee & A.) dwl SK COB 
Stockton and Pine 

Ackerman L. dwl E s Stock bet Fine and Bush. 

Ackerman Louis 8. dwl N 8 Green nr Kearny. 

Ackerman Samuel S. (Ackerman Bros.) dwl cor 
Mission and Fourth 

Ackerson Thomas, boatman, dwl N s Folsom nr 
Stewart 

Ackley George, tanner, dwl X s Jack i.r Powell 



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Ackley (George W.) k Davidson (Ole) cabinet- 
makers, 90 Pine 

Ackley Henry K. l k-keeperwith 0. E. Orane, 

ilwl Ea Taylor bel Jackson and Wasb 
Acklin Edwin, laborer, dwl 63 Minna 
&.costa 1 tolores, dwl 30] Duponl rear 
Adams Alexander, seaman, bds Oregon House. 
Adams (C A.) & Marks («7b/wi J.) ship chandlery, 

■1 Clay Wharf, dwl L80 Bush 
Adams Charles S. hide-eurer with E. Qlisar 

Adams Edward F. painter, si Dupont. dwl Xs 

Union bet Dupont and Btockton 
Adams Frederick C. rooms with Win. II. Adams 
Adams Halsey I>. W. machinist, dwl Ss Fre- 
mont bet I Inward and Mission 
Adams Henry Q. clerk, Cillespie k Gray, dwl 

Ss Chestnut bet Stockton and Powell 
Adams Hermann, tailor, 118 Jackson 
Adams J. bds Benton 1 louse 
Adams (James) k Smith (Robert) Metropolitan 
Feed Store, N s Market op Second, dwl cor 
Clemintina and Ecker 
Adams John, clerk, Adjutant office, Presidio 
Adams John, dwl X s Filbert W Taylor 
Adams John, (colored) cook, 89 Bush 
Adams Joseph, state Granger's office, NW cor 

Front and Commercial, residence Oakland 
Adams Lawson S. merchant, NW cor Front and 

Commercial, dwl 84 Minnie 
Adams Louis, barkeeper, Oregon House, Stewart 
Adams Robert II. (Adams & Brother) dwl Wfl 

Mason nr Sacramento 
Adams (Ross M.) k Brother (Robert H. Adams) 
hat and cap manufacturers, 181 "Washington 
Adams Samuel, cigar stand, dwl 53 Jackson 
ADAMS SAMUEL, importer drugs and medi- 
cines, SW cor Clay and Sansome and NE cor 
Clay and Dupont, dwl 218 Sacramento 
Adams Samuel, lime and cement, 42 Battery 
Adams S. J. Mrs. boarding, NE cor Sutter and 

Montgomery 
ADAMS THOMAS, liquor saloon, 132 Mont- 
gomery and Lyceum Theatre Saloon 
Adams W. painter, rooms 216 Sacramento 
Adams Win. laborer, dwl S s Green nr Kearny 
Adams Wm, II. porter with Blackman, Howard 

& Co. dwl S s Harlan Place 
ADAMS (William J.) BLINN (Samuel P.) k 
CO. (George W. Prescotf) lumber, SW cor 
Market and Stewart, and Pier 17 Stewart, 
dwl N s Mission bet Second and Third 
Adams Z. B. with Main & Winchester, rooms 

with Gardner Elliot 
Adcock William, shoemaker with Jabez Bige- 

low, dwl S s Tehama nr Hubbard 
ADDISON JOHN E. dwl 85 Montgomery Blk 
Addoms Samuel, cigars, SW cor Front and Jack- 
son, dwl 138 Battery 
Adelberg J. physican, bds Union Club Rooms 
Adelsdorfer Joseph (Adelsdorfer Bros.) dwl 2 

Custom House block 
ADELSDORFER BROTHERS, (Zachary & Jo- 
seph) imp fancy goods, cutlery etc., 2 Custom 
House block, cor Sac and San, res Bavaria 
Adler Bar, butcher, 208 Sac, dwel 210 Sac 
Adler Bernard, clothing, 8 Pacific 
Adler Charles, salesman, with Scholle Bros, bds 
4 Custom House Block 



Adler David, (Aleximder & Co.) dwl W b Mont- 

iy. near Vallejo 
Adler E. Bakery, X a Vallejo near Stockton 

Adler Henry, book-keeper S. L. Jacobs & Co. 

bds St. Nicholas Hotel 
Adler Jonas, com mel'eli. office with Xeustadt.er 

Bros, dwl Mission bet First and Second 

Adler Julius, book-keeper with Pollack Bros, bds 

Bteckler'a Exchange 

Adler Leopold, boot and shoemaker, dwl 125 

Hush 
Alder Morris. RincoD Market, XK cor Folsom 

and Beale, dwl sw cor Beale and Folsom 
Adler Robert (Dwlem & Co.) dwl N s Mission 

bet Second and Third 
Adlington David M.. carpenter, dwl NW corner 

Kearny and Hinckley 
Adolphua (Henry)& Jungerman, (Julim L.) medi- 
cines. 46 Montgomery 
Adrain Win. merchant, bds 193 California 
Adrich Thomas, laborer, dwl W B Sansome bet 

Green and Union 
Adrien J. dwl 198 California 
Agard Wm. M. (Dwpuy, Foulkes & Co.) dwelling 

Green bet Montgomery and Kearny 
Agate William, furniture, 175 Montgomery 
Ager Thomas, dwl S s Green bet Montgomery 

and Kearny 
Agnew Gilmore, compositor, Times, dwl SW cor 

Third and Silver 
Agnew John, fireman, S. F. Gas Co. dwl 8 Ns- 

toma 
Agnew John (Bates & A.) dwl 14 Kearny 
Agnew Maggie Miss. Millinery, 5 Virginia Block, 

NW cor Stockton and Pacific 
Agnew (Thomas H.) k Deffebach, (Thomas B.) 

job printers, 125 San, bds Tremont House 
Aguilar Frederick, with A. W r . Cudworth, dwl 

S s Vallejo bet Kearny and Dupont 
A'Haran Ellen Mrs. saloon, dwl 343 Dupont 
Ahiar John, ship carpenter, with H. B. Tichenor 

&Co 
Ahpel Henry, (Eppinger & Co.) res Sacramento 
Ah Quong, (Chinaman) washing, NE cor Clay and 

Montgomery 
Ahrens August, carpenter and cabinet-maker, 9 

Kearny 
Ahrens Christian, jeweler, 214 Dupont 
Ahrens, Jacob H, clerk, NW cor IHipont and 

Broadway 
Ah Sing, washing, 240 Washington 
Ah Sing & Anion, traders, 192 Commercial 
Ah Sung, laundry, W s Battery nr Broadway 
Ahumada Joseph M. room 5 No. 203 Wash 
Aigel Christian, upholsterer, dwl N s Green nr 

Dupont 
Aiken (John) k Aylward, (Thomas) sail makers, 

NE cor Clark and Davis, dwl cor Post and 

Taylor 
Aine Louis, carpenter, 127 Bush 
Ainsa J. M. impost clerk, Naval Office, C. H. 
Amsa Manuel, dwl S s Lombard nr Dupont 
Ainsa Manuel Jr. translator, 52 Montgomery 

Block, dwl S s Lombard nr Stockton 
Airman John, baker, dwl N s Berry bet Kearny 

and Dupont 
Aitken Agnes Mrs. dry goods, W s Fremont nr 

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Aitken Charles (//"// it A.) dwl cor Union and 
Gaines 

Aitken .hi i lies, boiler-maker, dwl W s Fremont 
in- Polsona 

Aitken John, jeweler, rooms 83 Bush 

Aitken Samuel, ( Vvtoam Iron Works Co.) fore- 
man boiler department, dwl Ns Clementina 
bet Third and Fourth 

Ajello Gregorio, upholsterer, with A. Constine 

Aiken James, boiler maker, with Coffey ft Risdon 

Aladie Antoine, baker, with B. Conti Lapariat, 
Broadway near Stockton 

Alarcon Charles 1>. carriage painter, dwl Stout 
Alley nr Washington 

Albert J. barber, bds Xew England House 

Albert J. moulder, Albion Foundry 

Albert J. ship carpenter, bds Seymour House 

Albert John, barkeeper, Meyers' Hotel 

Albert Lewis & Co. {George Halldt John W. Nor- 
ton) teamsters, pier 1 Stewart, boards St. 
Charles Hotel 

ALBIN LEONCE, job printing office, 187 
Washington 

Albreeht Auguste, groceries and liquors, SE cor 
( teary and William 

Albreeht C. E. carpenter and builder, N s Mis- 
sion bet Johnston and Price 

Albreeht John, tailor, 2 Sansome 

Albreeht Joseph, milk ranch, S s Presidio road 
nr Presidio 

Llcalde Lucinda (widow) dwl 253 Kearny 
1 Alcaraz Jesus, broker, dwl 266 Powell 
I Alcorn R. L. bds What Cheer House 
! Vleorn Mary E Miss, dwl with Mrs. Emily Smith 
I Alden James, Comm'r U. S. N., Coast Survey, 
office Custom House 

Alden Richard, dwl with Mrs. S. A. Baldwin 

Alden Richard C. chief clerk U. S. Commissary 
Department, 58 Sansome, dwl Tehama bet 
First, and Second 

Alden Samuel B. drayman with W. F. Walton, 
dwl X s Sacramento bet Taylor and Jones 

Alden (Solomon E.) & Boyd (Oliver D.) Alden's 
Restaurant, Tehama House, SW cor San- 
SOme and Ealleck, res Oakland 

Alden Thos. E. seaman, bds with II. W. Walker 

AldertOD Robert A. clerk, rooms 248 Clay 

Aldrich Augustus K. clerk with S. A. Wood, 
bds 12!) Dupont 

Aldrich Edward S. physician, SE cor Montgomery 
and California 

Aldrich John, bds NW cor Bdway and Kearny 

Aldrich Lorinda Miss, dress-maker, dwl 80 Du- 
pont 

Aldrich Louis, attorney at law, 124 Mont, room 8. 

ALKMAXY JOSEPH S. Most Rev. Archbishop, 
St. Mary's Cathedral, dwl E s Dupont ad- 
joining church 

Alers Aug. physician, 223 Dupont 

Alexander A. butcher, dwl N s Stockton Place. 

Alexander A. F. manufacturer, bds 80 Bush 

Alexander Elizabeth (widow) dwl with Peter L. 
Webb 

Alexander Eli, clothing, dwl 11 Virginia 

Alexander (Eli) & Co. (David Adler) butcher, SE 
cor Vallejo and Mont, dwl 2 Stockton PI 

Alexander George (Nickerson & .4.) dwl Chelsea 
Laundrjr building 



Alexander Fred'k, waterman, dwl 1 Quincv I'l 
Alexander Hayes, proprietor, Mount Hope Hotel, 

S s Broadway near Powell 
Alexander Henry, with Isador Alexander, dwl 

254 Dupont 
Alexander Isador, boots and shoes, 254 Dupont, 

dwl 1 Prospect Place 
Alexander J. & Co. (E. Kohn) auctioneers and 

commission merchants, 74 and 76 Com- 

merieal, dwl St. Nicholas Hotel 
Alexander Jacob, paper box manfj with Alex- 
ander & Levy, dwl E s Third near Market 
Alexander J. D. chief engineer, U. S. 15. Mint, 

dwl W s Mason near Vallejo 
Alexander Julius, merchant, dwl SW cor Kisling 

Place and Harrison 
Alexander Julius, cigars and tobacco, 59 Pacific 
Alexander (Julius) & Co. importers clothing, 82 

Sacramento, dwl S s Folsom near Brown 
Alexander (Julius) & Levy (Lewis) paper box 

manufacturers, 82 Sacramento, up stairs, dwl 

Mission Road near Creek 
Alexander Joseph, clerk, with Moses Clien 
Alexander L. L. engineer, Pacific Foundry, dwl 

N s Sutter near Mason, rear 
Alexander Lewis L. machinist, dwl S s Bush nr 

Powell 
Alexander Mark, tailor, dwl 121 Bush 
Alexander Samuel, tailor, 43 Commercial 
Alexander Samuel 0. clothing, 166 Clay, dwl cor 

Sansome and Washington 
Alexander Simon, cap-maker, dwl SW cor Dupont 

and Green 
Alexander W. F. waterman, at Miller & Hop- 
kins' stable 
Alexander W. F. Washoe miner, bds What Cheer 

House 
Alexander Wm. washman, Chelsea Laundry 
Alexis James, baker, 330 Dupont 
Alexis Milliet, butcher, Clay Street Market 
Alford Amasa, stevedore, dwl 9 Milton Place 
Alger Jas. clerk with Lawrence & Houseworth 
Alhoff Jacob, cigar manufacturer with I. K. 

White, dwl NE cor Battery and Com 
Aliger John, laborer, dwl S s Union bet Battery 

and Sansome 
Allan John,dwl W s Third bet Folsom and Tehama 
Allan, Lowe & Co. office SW cor Clay and Leid 
AllardtG. P. draughtsman, office U. S. Sur. Gen'l, 

dwl E s Stockton bet Green and Union 
Allen Alexander, machinist, dwl S s Sutter, bet 

Powell and Stockton 
Allen Amos S. Tehama Exchange Saloon, Te- 
hama House, dwl 57 Minna 
Allen Asa, hair-dresser, 71 Davis 
Allen B. J. carpenter, dwl 57 Sansome 
Allen Charles H. clerk with E. Briggs, dwl corr 

Sansome and Sacramento 
Allen Charles L. dwl 94 Sacramento 
Allen George H. barkeeper with A. S. Allen, dwl ' 

57 Minnie 
Allen Henry, carriage-maker, dwl S s O'Farrell 

bet Powell and Mason 
Allen Henry H. (Greene, Heath & A.) 137 Front 
Allen Emma E. Miss, adjuster, U. S. B. Mint, 

dwl Armory Hall 
Allen Henry, wheelwright with P. Witbeck, dwl 

Potrero 



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Allen Hiram, hide carer with K. Qrisar 

Allen 1 ountant with Tubus & Co. dwl 

s s Sacramento near Powell 
Allen .1. M. porter, bda What Cheer House 
Allen John, drayman, dwl S b Montgomery Place 

near Montgomery 
Allen John i /'";/- dk A.) 235 Pacific 
Allen John I-', waiter, Alden'e Restaurant 
/-.'.) A Spier {Richard /'.) boo] 

and stationers, 148 Clay, res New York- 
Allen Lum S wheelwright, bda Dashaway House 
Allen Monroe, drayman, bda 230 Clay 
Allen Myron W. carriage-maker, 21 Bush, dwl 

Bs Fronl bel Market and Pine 
Allen Robert Maj. Asst. Q. M. U. S. A. office SE 

cor Montgomery and California, dwl N side 

P081 ; ! Kearny and Montgomery 
Allen Theodore II. stevedore, rooma 207 Dupont 
Allen Thomas, miner, dwl National House 
Allen William, molder, Pacific Foundry, dwl E s 

lie near Folsom, rear 
Allen William, barkeeper, 219 Dupont 
Allen William, carpenter, dwl Moore's Place, S s 

Broadway near Leavenworth 
Allen We Longshoreman, dwl W s Montgomery 

bet Vallejo and Broadway 
Allen Wm, Bhipping, dwl E s Leav near Bush 
Allen William, Jr. laborer, Pacific Foundry 
Allen William S. book-binder with Bart line; & 

Kimball, dwl N s Pine above Dupont 
Allen W. J. hostler with George W. Blaadell 
Allen W. B. agent river packets, Cogswell's 

building, 140 Front 
Alley Susan, seamstress with J. F. Schafer & Co. 

bds Franklin House 
Allister William, cooper, dwl Winthrop House, 

Mission 
Allman Daniel, paver with Geo. W. Blasdell 
Allovon John D. piano-tuner, 16 Montgomery, 

dwl X s Post near Powell 
Allvn Jonathan W. painter, dwl Laura Place nr 

Bush 
Allyn William F. ship carpenter, cor Main and 

Mission, dwl N s Minna bet Third and Fourth 
Allyne John, machinist with Edw. T. Steen 
Almon James (Afonsarrat & A.) NW corner Clay 

and Front 
Almy Andrew J. (Redingion & Co.) dwl S side 

Folsom bet Second and Third 
Almy B. D. dwl B s Stockton near Sacramento 
Almy G. M. produce commission, 16 Clay 
Almy John, teamster, bds St. Charles Hotel. First 
Almy Moses, rooms 221 Pacific 
Alpers Charles, musician, NW corner Sacramento 

and Kearny, dwl 140 Sacramento 
Alpers Charles, .bds Mount Hope Hotel 
Alpers Frederick, hair-dresser with M. Baumais- 

ter, dwl Xew England House 
Alpher David, laborer with C. G. Finney & Co. 
Alphonse P. compositor Bulletin, dwl X s Broad- 
way bet Powell and Mason 
Alpiser Louis, orange ped. bds with M. Bennett 
ALSOP & CO. ( Charles B. Polhemus and George 
W. P. BisseU) commission merchants, 111 

and 113 California 
Alsop George, waiter, dwl W s Brooklyn Place 
Alsop John, umbrella and parasol-maker, dwl 83 

Bush, rear 



ALSTROM S. proprietor Oriental Hotel, junction 
Battery, Bush and Market 

ALTA CALIFORNIA TELEGRAPH COM- 
PANY, office 8W cor Montgomery and 
Merchant, Joseph Lambert • 

Altameranno Semona Madame, dress-maker, 341 

Dupont 

Alteberger David, cap-maker, with G. Rosenberg 
Altenberger Frederick, bootmaker, with Klumpke 

,\- Pfeiffer 
Altenburg K. book-keeper, with A. S. Roson- 

baum, dwl 246 California 
Altenheimer John, dance saloon. 230 Pacific 
Altman G. 0. Mrs. dwl L90 Sacramento 
Altnian Isaac, peddler, dwl E s Sonoma Place 

near < Inrn 
A It man Samuel, dry goods, 156 Sacramento 
Altmeyer Aaron, salesman with Einstein Btob. 

dwl <;i Battery 
Altmeyer Abraham, salesman, with Einstein 

Bros, dwl 61 Battery 
Alton J. A. (widow) dwl 256 Stockton 
Alvarado Gov. dwl NE cor Dupont and Wash 
Alvens Francis (colored) jobber, bds with Thos. 

Depee 
Alvens Jesus, miner, dwl 88 Broadway 
Alverson Louis M. dwl 375 Powell nr Vallejo 
Alvey Charles W. stoves and tinware, W s 
Kearny bet Jackson and Pacific, dwl Me- 
chanics' Hotel 
ALVORD WILLIAM k CO. (Richard Patrick 
and Joseph Torratt) imps hardware, 50 Bat- 
tery, dwl X s Folsom nr Second 
Amaria Jean, laborer with J. Guillemin 
Ambrose J. bds What Cheer B 
Ambrose Samuel (Garwood & A.) dwl SW cor 

Jackson and Stockton 
Ambrossi John, porter, dwl 169 Commercial 
Amedey Pierre, steward with B. Davidson, dwl 

S s Post nr Powell, 
American Russian Com. Co.'s office, XE corner 

Montgomery and Jackson 
Ames Benjamin F. drayman with EL Webster & 

Co. dwl 39 Montgomery 
Ames George H. dwl 5 Central Place 
Ames Heniy, wood and coal, X s Mission near 

Third, dwl SE cor Geary and Dupont 
Ames Henry, stevedore, dwl 79 Minna 
Ames Henry K. machinist, dwl X s Ceary near 

Taylor 
Amme Henry H. tailor with Walter & Tomp- 
kins, dwl 118 Front 
Amory Charles, sailmaker with James A. Wright, 

bds What Cheer House 
Amos Frederick R. clerk with E. W. Forsaith, 

dwl SW cor Clay and Mason 
Amos John, carpenter, bds with R. Waterman 
Amos John T. millwright, dwl Vallejo nr Stockton 
AMOS (Zechariah\ PHIXXFY (Arthur) & CO. 
( William II. Hooke) lumber, piers 9 and 14 
Stewart, dwl with John F. King 
Amy Oscar, salesman with M. Lanzenberg & Co. 

dwl with John Halm 
Anderson Abraham, seaman, bda 6 Sacamento 
Anderson Alexander, teamster with John Hen- 
derson 
Anderson Charles, collector with Charles Ashton, 
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Anderson David, dwl 111 Kearny 
Anderson David, actor, dwl 180 Jackson 
Anderson David, San Francisco Observatory, 

dwl S s Green bel Mont and Sansome 
Anderson Edward, with Louie Jaffe 
Anderson Edward, Contra Costa House, W s 

Kast liet Jackson and Washington 
Anderson Edward, laborer, dwl alley, Post bet 

Kearny and Dupont 
Anderson Edward A. rigger, dwl SW cor Ritch 

and Bluxome 
Anderson Frances (colored, widow) dwl 282 

Sacramento 
Anderson George, brick-maker, bds with H. E. 

Perry 
Anderson Henry C. (Potter & Co.) dwl S s Bran- 
nan bet Second and Third 
Anderson Henry, cook, bds at Susquehanna 

House 
Anderson James (Cundell & A.) dwl Mont- 
gomery bet Vallejo and Green 
Anderson James (Louderback & A.) dwl E s 

Virginia bet "Washington and Jackson 
Anderson James, shipping master, dwl with 

Lewis Venal 
Anderson James, watchman with J. W. Tucker, 

dwl 8 s .Minna bet Second and Third 
Anderson James (colored) whitewasher, SE cor 

Clay and Kearny, dwl Virginia 
Anderson James, appr. boiler-maker, Vulcan 

Foundry 
Anderson James T. A. book-keeper, Sutter Iron 

Works, dwl 28 First 
Anderson John, bar-keeper, bds at Manhattan 

House cor Front anil Broadway 
Anderson John, cook, Plaza Hotel 
Anderson John, hunter, bds Oregon House, 

Stewart 
Anderson John, seaman, dwl N s Lewis bet 

Jones and Taylor 
Anderson John, stevedore, bds Columbia House, 

Stewart 
Anderson Joseph, Commercial Nursery, SW cor 

Folsom and Sparks 
Anderson Lars, machinist, dwl E s Robbins PI 

nr Union 
Anderson Morris, porter with John Winter 
Anderson Michael, shoe-maker, dwl N s Vallejo 

bet Montgomery and Sansome 
Anderson N. T. driver with Turner Bros, dwl 

Vallejo ur Montgomery 
Anderson Peter (colored) tailor, 19 Merchant, 

dwl W s Sansome bet Green and Union 
Anderson Ralph, seaman, dwl National House 
Anderson Robert, physician, 38 Bush 
Anderson Simon (Dorman, McKew & A.) dwl 

S s Stevenson nr Ecker 
Anderson Thomas (Boyle & A.) dwl N s Ellis E 

Powell 
ANDERSON W. C. Rev. D.D., First Presby- 
terian Church, dwl E s Powell bet Clay and 

Washington 
Anderson William, calkcr, bds with Henry W. 

Taylor 
Anderson, (TV L.) Riley (Amos W.) & Wood 

(N. B.) produce com. C9 Olay, res Petaluma 
Andonan Paul, clerk with Eugene Aune, 123 

Washington 



Amlornetti John D. grocor, dwl Scott Place bet 

Powell and Mason 
Andreas Thomas, steward, dwl second floor NW 

cor Dupont and Broadway 

Andreas William C. wood turner with Davis & 

Dallam, bds What Cheer House 

Andreoski Julie, Sugar Refinery, dwl N s Fol- 
som bet Third and Fourth 

Andres Andreas, cigars and tobacco, 117 Cear 

Andres Chris, musician, 84 Kearny, bds Win. 
Tell House 

Andresen (John) Robertson (John) & Co. (N C 
Lassen) carriage-makers and blacksmiths, 35 
Sansome, bds (II Montgomery 

Andrews Abraham, watches and jewelry, 174 
Washington dwl NW cor Wash and San 

Andrews A. J. wheelwright with Uriah Apple- 
gate, bds Sansome House 

Andrews Arthur, barkeeper with S. C. Steven- 
son, dwl 1G6 Kearny 

Andrews Charles, barkeeper w r ith E. Jellings, 
dwl 51 Sansome 

Andrews Fitzhugh S. drayman with L. Haskell 
&Co 

Andrews Frank B. foreman Lone Mountain Cem- 
etery, dwl at Cemetery 

Andrews Frederick 0. locksmith, with Daniel J. 
Evatt 

Andrews George, painter, with Hanks & Pack- 
ard, dwl 101 Kearny 

Andrews Hannah Mrs. bds 3 Belden's Block, 
Market 

Andrews Hannah H. Mrs. groceries, NW cor 
Mission and Sparks 

Andrews James, fruit and confectionary, 252 
Dupont, dwl S s Jack bet Stock and Dupont 

Andrews J. B. Plaza Hotel 

Andrews John, porter, Railroad Tlouse, 46 Com 

Andrews John, waiter, dwl '.', Belden's Block 

Andrews Joseph, bds Philadelphia I! 

Andrews Matilda P. (widow) dwl W s Spofford 
bet Clay and Washington 

Andrews P. turner, lids What Cheer House. 

Andrews Peter, bds What. Cheer 11 

Andrews Richard, stevedore, dwl N s Alta bet 
Montgomery and Sansome 

Andrews Thomas J. proprietor California Malt 
House. N s Brannau bet Third and Fourth 

Andrews Thomas S. mariner, dwl NE cor Third 
and Folsom 

Andrews W. bds What Cheer House 

Andrews William, wood turner, dwl with C. L. 
Hamburger 

Andrews William 0. real estate agent, NW cor 
Mission and Sparks 

Androski William, Sugar Refinery, cor Harrison 
and Price 

Angelbeek George H. saloon, 218 Kearny 

Angelis (Edward) A- Bosselman ( WiWiam) Over- 
land Mail Saloon, SE cor Washington and 
Kearny, dwl 120 Bush 

ANGELL k C. dentist, SE cor Clay and Kear 

Angell If. B. machinist, dwl Ws Fourth bet 
Howard and Mission 

Angell Henry, boatman, dw r l SE cor Market and 
Stewart 

Angell Horace B. (Howland, A. & King) dwl 
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Angel] Joseph F. mason, dwl B i Taylor bet 
Clay and Sacramento 

Angel] Joseph s. liquor saloon, Brannan Street 
Bridge oor Johnston 

r Charles, boot and Bhoenuker, <lwl Ns 
Post bet Dupont and Kearny 
M. B. physician, dwl 22 V. 8. Ct building 

Angus John A. genera] supt 8. F. Woolen Fac- 
tory, bdi oor Beach and Leavenworth 

Anhiser Win. groom, with D. Sweeney &Co 

Anjins C. fruit store, 286 Stockton 

Ankler Marcus, express wagon, dwl L18 Jack 

Annan William c. & Co. office NW cor clay and 

Front 
Anniss Wm. with David N. Robison, dwl cor 

Clark and Drumm 
Ansaldo Frank, drayman with M. Dubroca, dwl 

N s Union bet Powell and Mason 
Ansaldo Paul, drayman, lids with F. Ansaldo 
Ansiglioni Paul, jeweler, 175 Pine 
Anson Richard, painter, dwl SW cor Geary and 

Lark in 
Alisons Victor, butcher, Clay St. Market 
Antes John II. waiter, Hillmau's Temp House 
Anthes Frederick, musician, lids with P. Anthes 
Anthes John, musician, dwl 83 Kearny 
Anthes (Peter) & Diehl (Christopher) hair dressing 

saloon. What Cheer House, dwl 224 Cal 
Anthony (Edward T.) <fc Co. (Lawrence Green) 

re-packers of merchandise, 72 Sac, dwl S s 

Third bet Market and Stevenson 
Antoine Mary (widow) dwl N s Folsom bet First 

and Fremont 
Anton Justin, dwl 404 Stockton 
Antoneo Mary Mrs. (widow) dressmaker, bds 

with John Simmons 
Apel John, builder, dwl 95 Dupont 
Appel Samuel, oil-cloth manufacturer with L. 

Korniker, dwl NE cor Second and Mission 
Appell John, carpenter, bds 14 Sansome 
Appell John C. cabinet-maker with Ackley & 

Davidson, dwl Minna nr Third 
Applegate Josiah H. att'y-at-law, NW cor Kearny 

and Wash, dwl S s Stevenson above Third 
Applegate Uriah, wheelwright and blacksmith, 

07 Pine 
APPLETOX DAVID E. books and stationery, 

130 Montgomery and SE cor Kearny and 

Clay, dwl S s Clay bet Mason and Taylor 
Appleton John R. carriage maker, dwl Revere 

House. 
Aran Joseph ( Weil & Co.) dwl 309 Stockton 
Arbagac F. bds What Cheer House 
Area Patro. fisherman, dwl 18 Merchant 
Archbald John, accountant with Flint, Peabody 

& Co. dwl 324 Powell 
Archer Edwin, -waiter, 225 Sacramento 
Arcby Catherine (widow) dwl 6 Minna, rear 
Archy Edward, cook, dwl W s Kearny nr Union 
Ardios Benencia, dwl W s Mary Lane nr Bush 
Arees (Pierre) &, Co. (John Bigne) hotel and res- 
taurant, 195 Kearny 
Arellana Ignacio, laborer, dwl 226 Pacific, rear 
Ares Fernando Mrs. dwl 236 Pacific 
Argenti Felix, dwl 245 Vallejo 
Argenti Joseph Ct. sculptor, bds with F. Argenti 
Argyras B. commission merchant, bds -with D. 

R. Patterson 



Ar Eing (chinese) washing 220 

Ar Eing, (chinese) washing .">ur> Dupont 

Arias Benancio, dwl Mary Fane nr Sutler 
Arizona Mining Co. office SE DOT Mont and Cal 
Aljona Mariano, laundry at LagOOH 

Arkley Joseph, at Pacific Camphene factory, bds 

with James Broad 
Armbruster Barbara Mrs. dressmaker, isi Cal 
ARMFS CEARLE8 W.&GEORGE W. broom 

manufactory, S s Sacramento nr Driimin, dwl 

XW cor Tehama and Second 
Armes George W. (0. W. <f 0. W. A.) dwl NW 

cor Tehama and Second 
Armitage John, sail maker, with I larding & Line- 
kin, dwl Domett Alley 
Armour Lizzie, domestic with H. Tobin 
Armstrong Charles, steward, dwl N s Broadway 

nr Stockton 
ARMSTRONG (E.I.) & TODD (Samuel,) pro- 
prietors Metropolitan Hotel, SW cor Bush 
and Sansome 
Armstrong Truman, tin-smith, with J. W. Brit- 
tan, dwl 0!) Pine 
Armstrong George J. cooper, rms with S. Dick- 
inson 
Armstrong Jane Miss, music teacher, witli Mrs. 

R. Armstrong 
Armstrong J. G. cooper, with Cutting & Co 
Armstrong John J. plasterer, with Pat McGilley 
Armstrong Joseph, cook (col'd) dwl Scott Place 
Armstrong Mary Miss, music teacher, with Mrs. 

R. Armstrong 
Armstrong Rebecca Mrs. private school, N 8 Te- 
hama bet First and Second 
Armstrong T. B. bds What Cheer House 
Armstrong William, bds What Cheer House 
Armstrong W. W. box-clerk, P. 0. dwl 7 Ste- 
venson 
Arnats R. G.seaman, dwl XW cor Sac and Drumm 
Arnaud Joseph, proprietor Sutter Restaurant, S 

s Sutter nr Kearny 
Arnault Hypolyte. silver-smith, with Felix Ray- 
naud Jr 
Arnavon L. book-keeper, with 0. Giorgiani, 115 

Washington 
Arnheim Samuel, clothing, 91 Pacific 
Arnheim S. S. cigars. XF cor Washington and 

Battery, dwl 47 Pacific 
Armitz Xavier, Essex Market, SE cor Green and 

Dupont 
Arnold A. clerk, bds What Cheer House 
Arnold Abraham, cigars, 138 Montgomery 
Arnold Amelia (widow) liquor saloon. 103 Davis 
Arnold Amos E. horse dealer, with Charles H. 

Domett 
Arnold Benjamin E. hog ranch, SW cor Folsom 

and Thome 
Arnold C. bds What Cheer House 
Arnold C. manufacturer hats, 86 Sacramento 
Arnold Elbridge F. (Arnold & Bro.) dwelling S s 

Washington nr Leavenworth 
Arnold Emily P. (widow) dwl E s Kearny bet 

Green and Union 
Arnold Hands, (Handy & A.) dwl 125 Jessie 
Arnold Frederick, clerk with Xash & Beaniis, 99 

Battery 
Arnold Ferdinand D. butcher, dwl with John Ar- 
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Arnold Hiram, butcher, dwl with John Arnold 
Arnold Isaac L cigars, 138 Montgomery 

Arnold John, dwl S s Folsom bet Brown and El- 
len 

Arnold John 0. butcher, dwl with John Arnold 

Arnold (John /•'.) & Bro. (JElbridge F Arnold)fee& 
and Napa soda. 102 Jackson, dwl 8 s Wash- 
ington nr Leavenworth 

Arnold J. S. tobacconist, bdsWbat Cheer House 

Arnold Mark, fruit and confectionery, NE cor 
Dupont and Bush 

Arnold Thomas J. civil engineer, 49 Montgomery 
Block, dwl W s Dupont nr California 

Arnold Thomas S. surve} r or, rooms with Ethan 
A. Sawyer 

Arnold William, carpenter, dwl SW cor Third 
and Folsom 

Arnold William A. carpenter, dwl SW cor Third 
and Folsom 

Arnot N. D. millwright, bds 321 Stockton 

Amouz Ernest, box-maker, with A. J. Raeouillat 

Arnstein Eugene, book-keeper, with Simon Bros, 
bds with S. L. Simon 

Aronsohn Siegmund, waterman, dwl Monroe bet 
Powell and Mason 

Aronson Louis, shoemaker, W s First bet Nato- 
ma and Minna 

Arlington 0. sugar refinery, cor Harrison and 
Price 

Arlington William, (Truett, Jones & A.) dwl Ws 
Mason nr Jackson 

Arrivets Jacques, boot and shoemaker, cor Bart- 
lett and Pacific 

Airowsmith David B. clerk, with Henry Baker 
& Co. rooms 31 Montgomery 

Arsen Antonio, tailor, with I. Eisenberg, dwl E 
s Kearny nr Broadway 

Arthur Francis, miner, dwl 169 California 

Arthur George X. clerk J. D. Arthur & Son, dwl 
with <r. 1!. Hitchcock 

ARTHUR JOHN D. & SON (Wmiam N. Ar- 
il* >n\) agricultural warehouse. SW corner 
Wash and Davis, dwl with G. B. Hitchcock 

Arthur William X. (John D. Arthur & Son,) dwl 
with H. L. King 

Ash Charles, drayman, dwl 183 Mission 

Ash David, nail-maker, dwl E s Jane bet Mission 
and Jessie 

Ash Jacob, clerk with J. Alexander & Co. dwl 
74 Commercial 

Ash John, bds What Cheer House 

Ash William, clerk, 135 Sacramento, dwl Mis- 
sion nr Third 

Ashburn Jas 0. jeweler, with R. B. Graj r & Co 

ASHBURT MONROE, real estate, office 110£ 
Montgomery 

Ashcom James E. clerk County Recorder's office, 
bds 185 California 

Asherot't William, mate stm J. Bragdon, bds with 
Mrs. Mary K. Barker 

Ashe R. P. physician, bds with Mrs. Hamilton 
Bowie 

Asher A. F. clothing, 17 Jackson 

Asher Henry F. tailor, 164 Battery 

Asher Simon, clothing. S s Jackson nr East 

ASHIM (Morris B.) & BROTHER (Solomon 
Ashim.) auction and com. NE cor Sac and 
Leides dwl X s Gear}- bet Kear and Dupont 



Ashim Solomon, (Ashim & Brother,) residence 

New York 
Ashley Matilda Miss, bds with Thomas Livesey 
Ashley S. .1. master-mason, Fort Point 
Ashmead ( !. S. builder, dwl E B Larkin bet Green 

and Union 
Ashton Charles, clerk, with D. D. Gassner, dwl 

190 Commercial 
ASHTON CHARLES, collector and real estate 

agt. 135 Mont, dwl E s Hubbard nr Howard 
Aspinall Benjamin, dwl SE cor Folsom and lv-sex 
Assion Joseph, tailor., la 1 Sacramento 
Asthmas John, porter withGrosh & Rutherford 
Astley James H. clerk with Win. Booth & Co. 

dwl 89 Bush 
Asten Julia Miss, teacher, bds with S. S. Graves 
Aston James, porter with J. Sime & Co. dwl S s 

Mission bet Jane and Second 
Astorga Manuel, laborer, dwl S s Yallejo, in rear 

near Sansome 
Atcninson B. M. clerk with T. H. Stevens, dwl 

Clay Avenue 
Athearn (C. G.) & Morrison (C. IF.) grocers, 3 

Clay St. Wharf, dwl cor Brodway and Mont 
Atherton Faxon D. real-estate broker. NW COr 

Jackson and Sansome, dwl NE cor Bryant 

and Second 
Atkins Geo. gardener, Presidio Road nr Presido 

House 
Atkins II. B. book-keeper with Xeuhaus & Till- 

mann, bds 102 Sansome 
Atkins Robert C. salesman with French, Wilson 

& Co. dwl 115 Sacramento 
Atkins Wm. laborer, dwl Touchard Alley 
Atkins Wm. sailmaker, bds Slieor Sac and Davis 
Atkinson Adolph, sailmaker, bds (12 and 64 Pacific 
Atkinson Alfred, physician. 182 Washington 
Atkinson J. II. sup't Lone Mountain Cemetery. 

office at Cemetery, dwl N B Bdwy abv Taylor 
Atkinson John T. dwl W S Dupont bet Geary 

and O'Farrell 
Atkinson Joseph B. (L. Atkinson & Co.) resides 

Philadelphia 
ATKINSON L. & CO. (Joseph B. Atkinson) im- 
porters shirts and collars, 107 Sacramento, 

bds Hotel International 
Atkinson Thomas, boatman, dwl W s Main near 

Market 
Attridge Edward, porter with H. Webster & Co. 

N s Filbert bet Jones and Leavenworth 
Attridge Thomas, dwl Union near Montgomery 
ATWILL JOSEPH F. music and musical in- 
struments. 172 Washington, dwl X s How- 
ard bet Second and Jane 
At wood A.J. (widow) bds King's Exchange, First 
Atwood Lucy Mrs. boarding. X s Tehama Place 

near First 
Auberlen (Theodore A.) & Co. (Fr- 

manii) safe and lock manufacturers, 4"> Bat- 
tery, bds Philadelphia House. 
Aubert Alfred, clerk with II. Ilentseh. dwl SW 

cor Dupont and Pine 
Aubert Paul, jeweler, 198 California 
Aubert Paul Mrs. water-painter, 198 California 

Aubeok F. bds What Cheer House 

Aubinaud Peter, carpenter, dwl S s Polk's Alley 
Aubrey Matilda Mine. Cafe du Pacifico, 23] 
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Aubry Francis ( ). I ks and stationery, l - 

Audiffred Hypolyte (.1. M. LeiU db Co.) tfarkel 

Street Wharf, dwl Broadway bet Kearny 

and Dupont 

h Leopold, clerk with A. Rosenthal A Co. 

dwl to Commercial 
Auerbach (Louis) & Berli (Isaac) groceries and 

liquors, SW cor Vallejo and Stockton 
Anger Bernard EE A. a- Co.) dwl N s 

Mission oear Third 
Auger Eugene, dwl X s Mission bet Third and 

Fourth 
Auger Lombard, instrument maker with T. Ten- 

nent, dwl W a Stockon bel Pac and Bdy 
Augusl M. Mrs. dwl rear 221 Dupont 
Auld Edw. II. carpenter, dwl W s Powell near 

I'llinn 

Auld •'. M. dwl X' s Broadway W Larkm 
Aune Eugene, coffee saloon, 123 Washington 
Aurents A. P. mason, '"is 21 Sansome 
AUSTIN (Alt rander) & 00. importere dry goods, 

118 Montgomery, dwl Express Building 
Austin Alvah C. foreman machinists Vulcan I. 

W. Co. <l\vl S 8" Clementina near First 
Austin Barnet, molder, bds Isthmus Souse, Firsl 
AUSTIN 13. C. imp and manf stoves and tin- 
ware. 92 Clay, dwl W 8 Kearny nr Filbert 
Austin Emihis. tinsmith with B. C. Austin, dwl 

X E cor 1 1 \ ili- and California 
Austin Frank B. real-estate, boards Metropolitan 

Bote! 
Austin II. dentist, 182 Washington; dwl S side 

Lombard near Powell 
Austin Henry S. merchant, dwl N s Perry near 

Third 
Austin Jacob, commission merchant, 11 Wash 
Austin Joseph, salesman with A. Austin & Co. 

dwl Express Building 
Austin Marcus E. wholesale grocer, 41 Sacra- 
mento, dwl X* s < Greenwich near Stockton 
Austin P. H. drayman, dwl cor Larkin 
Avalos J. Mine, vocalist. Gilbert's Melodeon 
Avasola Mme. dwl X* s Green near Stockton 
Averell Anson, "Winchester Market, 88 Kearny, 

dwl 68 Kearny 
Avery Clark, carpenter, dwl N s Jessie bet Fifth 

and Simmons 
Avery Dean, book-keeper with Wm. H. Brown, 

dwl S s Clay near Fast 
Aviles Paula (widow) dwl E s Powell nr Pacific 
Axtell Henry, book-keeper with A. Roman, dwl 

8E cor Montgomery and Jackson 
Aver Washington, physician. 136 Sacramento, 

3 El Dorado Building 
AYERS (Jos. J.) & CO. (Charles F Jobson, Peter 
B. Forster and George E. Barnes) editors and 
proprietors Morning Cull office SE cor Clay 
and Montgomery, dwl X s Sc. Mark's Place 
near Stockton 
AYERS JOHN C. brass foundry and lock manf, 
and Supervisor 11th District. S s Oregon bet 
Front and Davis, dwl Potrero SE Bridge 
Ayhens Pauline Mrs. laundry, dwl W s Mason 

betw Sutter and Post 
Aylward Thomas (Aiken ■£• A.) dwl Stockton bet 

Broadway and Vallejo 
Aymar Walter, circus rider, bds Xianric Hotel 
Avmar Wm. clown, bds Xiantic Hotel 



Ayres Henry, paper-carrier, dwl \u Bush 
Ayres Hiram, paper-carrier, rooms r.i Bush 
Ayres Humphrey, blacksmith with Hamilton A 

White 

Ayres William 0. physician, office 211 Stockton 



I!\\s Charles, barkeeper, Volk's Garden, cor 

Folsom and Second 
Babcock Benjamin F. (Scott, Curtis & Co.) dwl 

SB cor Broadway and Stockton 
Babcock D. druggist, 7:; Davis 
Babcock Ezra A. cook stem'r Brother Jonathan, 

dwl S s Market bet First and Second, rear 
Babcock Frederick A. clerk. 146 Washington, 

dwl 73 Davis 
Babcock II. C. carriage maker, boards Meyers' 

Hotel 

Babcock Henry S. cashier bank, Wells, Fargo & 

Co. dwl with W. F. Babcock 
BABCOCK JASPER, contractor, 180 Jackson 
Babcock Win. P. (Forbes & B.) dwl E s Essex nr 

Folsom 
Babson Edward, book-keeper with Taylor & 

Swasey, dwl Stevenson nr Third 
Babson John. elk. 11 Cal. bds Battery St House 
Baby Frank R. Capt P. M. stmp Sonora, dwl 223 

cramento 
Bach F. C. (widow) laundress, dwl N s Vallejo 

nr Mason 
Bach John, guns and sporting materials, 72 
Commercial, dwl E s Virginia bet Stockton 
and Powell 
Bach John, milk ranch (Horner's) rear Mission 

Dolores church 
Bach Joseph, bootblack, 172 Commercial 
Bach Martin, billiard-table manufacturer, 157 
California, dwl S s St Marks Place bet Du- 
pont and Stockton 
Bach Morris, with Frederick Brothers, rooms 

with James White 
Bachelder Henry, dwl W s Taylor bet Pacific 

and Jackson 

Bachelder Hiram, clerk with Geo. W. Conkling, 

dwl W s Stockton bet Washington and Clay 

Bachman David (Bachman Bros.)dwl 63 Batterv 

BACHMAX BROTHERS (Herman, Nathan and 

David) imps fancy and staple dry goods, 

63 Battery, residence Xew York 

Bachman Xathan (Bachman Bros.) dwl St. Xich- 

ola.s Hotel 
Bachman Rudolph, painter, bds Wm. Tell House 
Bachrach Samuel (Praslow & Co.) res X'ew York 
Bacigalopo G. fruit-pedlar, dwl 228 Pacific 
Backer Jacob, saloon, bds with L. Kihlmeyer 
Backus Henry M. book-keeper with C. Morrill, 

bds Brannan House 
Backus Oscar J. (Gordon, Brooks, B. & Tay) dwl 

256 Stockton 
Bacon Francis X. machinist, bds Seymour House 
Bacon George, machinist, Vulcan Foundry 
Bacon George, engineer, bds with Thomas Black- 
more 
Bacon G. N. machinist, Fulton Foundry 
Bacon Jacob ( Towns & B.) dwl X s Bush bet Tay- 
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Bacon Joseph S. (T. II. & J. S. Bacon) dwl Ver- 
non Place 
Bacon Louis, sculptor, 187 California 
BACON T. H. & J. S. importers and commis- 
sion merchants and agents Boston under- 
writers, SW cor California and Davis, res 
Boston 
Badarous C. physician, 205 "Washington 
Badenhop (Henry) k Banken (Herman) grocer- 
ies and liquors, SW cor Howard and Fourth 
Bailor <i. P. tinsmith, bds 62 and 64 Pacific 
BADGER (Willi, nn G.) & LINDENBERGER 
(T. E.) importers and jobbers clothing, 101, 
103 and 105 Battery, dwl Es Second near 
Harrison 
Bading Fred cigar-maker, bds 62 and 64 Pacific 
Badl Morris, clothing, 35 Kearny 
Baer Louis, barber, dwl SE cor Pacific and Front 
Bagga Charles A. baker, dwl 260 Kearny rear 
Bagge Charles, laborer, 118 Montgomery 
Baggs James, laborer, gas-works, dwl N s Green 

bet Kearny and Montgomery rear 
Baglan Charles, musician, dwl N s Jessie bet 

Second and Third 
Bagler Daniel, laborer, sugar-refinery, dwl S s 

Harrison nr Price 
Bagley Elizabeth (widow) bds with Chas. Reed 
Bagley Michael, with Bates & Agnew, dwl 14 

KLearny 
BAGLEY TOWNSEND, Justice of the Peace 

5th township, office S s Market op Mont 
Bailey Alexander H. dwl 89 Bush 
Bailey Charles, clerk, 128 Kearny 
Bailey Charles G. clerk, Morning Call, dwl 39 

Montgomery 
Bailey Frank, Garibaldi Saloon, 5 Sacramento 
Bailey Fred. P. (Geddes & B.) dwl E s Mont- 
gomery bet Broadway and Vallejo 
Bailey Jacob E. bricklayer, bds 89 Bush 
Bailey J. H. groceries, 373 Stockton 
Bailey John (colored) steward, dwl Ss Post bet 

Montgomery and Kearny 
BAILEY LHW1S H. proprietor Plaza Hotel, 

NW cor Clay and Brenham Place 
Bailey Mary J. (widow) dwl N s Perry nr Third 
Bailey Orrin, dwl W s Kearny nr Filbert 
Bailey R. S. J. bds Plaza Hotel 
Bailey Thomas, wool-sorter with D. McLennan 
Bailey Thomas W. waterman, dwl NW cor Pow- 
ell and Ellis 
Bailey W. carpenter, bds Brooks House 
Bailey Win. carpenter, bds with Chas. H. Dexter 
Bailey Win. plasterer, bds 89 Bush 
BAILEY WM. agent Pacific Oil and Camphene 
Co. 70 Front, dwl S s Townsend abv Third 
Baillie Win. surgeon, dwl 106 Commercial 
Badly Francois, groceries 292 Dupont 
Baily William, fruits, 95 Davis, dwl Ws Kearny 

bet Vallejo and Green 
Bain Alexander, dwl SW cor Sansome and Alta 
Bainbridge Arnop, clerk, dwl Broderick Engine 

House 
Bainbridge Wm. dwl SW cor Front and Jackson 
Baird John, dwl with Edward H. Harvey 
Baird John It. with J. W. Tucker 
Baissel Gottlieb, barber with Augustus Schlosser 
Bakeley Absolom, dwl Rassette Place nr Sutter 
Bakeman Andrew, sailmaker, bds 213 Kearny 



Baker Albert J. bds with E. G. Baker 
Baker Alexander, rooms with Wm. Munfrey 
Baker Alice T. lids with Charles E. Foye 
Baker Caleb H. toll-collector, Brannan St Bridge 
Baker Charles, doorkeeper, Lyceum Theatre, dwl 

122 Bush 
Baker Charles, brewer, Golden Gate Brewery 

SE cor Battery and Pacific 
Baker Charles W. painter, dwl 325 Dupont, rear 
Baker Conrad, chipper, TJ. S. Branch Mint, dwl 

N s Sherwood Place nr Third 
Baker Collins C. (Stevens, B. & Co.) residence 

Providence R. I. 
Baker Collins C. Jr. clerk, dwl Pine'nr Dupont 
Baker David, boots and shoes', 128 Sacramento, 

dwl W s Second bet Minna and Natoma 
Baker Edward, driver, Overland Mad Co. dwl 

St. Mark Place 
Baker Edgar G. carrier, Bulletin, E s Dupont nr 

Green 
Baker Ferdinand, shoemaker, dwl E s Mason nr 

Washington 
Baker Frank, clerk with R. D. W. Davis & Co. 
BAKER FRANK, importer dry goods, carpets, 

etc. 110 and 112 Clay, dwl SW cor Powell 

and Broadway 
Baker Fritz, waiter, Atlantic House, 62 and 64 

Pacific 
BAKER GEORGE P. banker, 87 Front and 

Rincon Point Warehouse, dwl Oriental 

Hotel 
Baker George W. book-keeper, Empire Brewery, 

dwl NE cor Jessie and Annie 
Baker Henry, clerk, dwl 68 Dupont 
Baker Henry, cook, Railroad House 46 Com 
BAKER HENRY & CO. (V B. Stone) and 

Battles & Co. Oriental Rice Mills W s 

Fremont bet Market and Mission, office Ar- 
mory Hall, dwl 63 Dupont 
Baker Henry G. ship-joiner, bds with Henry 

Owens 
Baker Henry Oliver, bootmaker with John 0. 

Kane, dwl W s Mont bet Pine and Bush 
Baker Henry Y. engineer, Chace's Mills, dwl 14 

Tehama 
Baker (James G.) & Steel (Wm. H.) snipping 

agents, E s Davis nr Pacific, dwl Union 

Hotel 
Baker John, blacksmith with Clapp & Pratt, dwd 

Helvetia Hotel 
Baker John, shoemaker, dwl 61 Montgomery 
Baker John H. ranch, S s Presidio Road 
Baker John K. laborer with Hobbs, Gilmore & 

Co. 
Baker John P. with S. H. Meeker & Co. dwl N s 

Pacific between Powell and Mason 
Baker John W. (colored) whitewasher, S s Jessie 

bet Third and Annie 
Baker Judah, Jr. (Stevens, Baker & Co.) dwl 

Leavenworth nr Washington 
BAKER L. C. & CO. (William Willis) Cal. Mer- 
cantile agency, SW cor Battery and Wash- 
ington, dwl N s Broadway nr Montgomery 
Baker Mary Mrs. dwl N s Howard bet Third 

and Fourth 
Baker Mary Ann, domestic with D. Van Pelt 
Baker Mary J. (widow) dwl S s Folsom bet Third 

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Baker Orrin, machinist, Ban Francisco Machine 
"Works, dwl with Henry Cooper 

Baker U. seaman, lids with Fdward Anderson 

Baker S. laborer, bds Seymour House 

Baker Sainnel. com hoots and shoes, 66 Sacra- 
mento, dwl s s Riley bet Taylor and Jones 

Baker Samuel Y. carpenter, dwl Taylor cor Val- 
lejo summit of Russian Hill 

Baker Stephen N. policeman, dwl N s Silver bet 
Third and Fourth 

Baker Win. COOper with T. Landry, hds 24 Davis 

Baker William, Sandhill Bakery, NB cor Clay 
and Mason 

BALCH {Lafayette) & WEBBER (Joseph B.) 
lumber, and proptrs Victoria and Puget 
Sound packets, pier 20 Stewart, dwl with 
H. S. Love 

Balch Frank S. book-keeper, Balch & Webber, 
dwl with II. S. Love 

Balcom Joseph C. tailor, W, s Leidesdorff bet 
Sansome and Commercial, dwl E s Leides- 
dorff bet Sacramento and California 

Baldwin A. R. clerk with S. H. Meeker & Co. 
bds with Mrs. Joanna Sutherland 

Baldwin Amos, butcher with A. J. Shrader, 
Potrero 

Baldwin A. S. physician, 228 Washington 

Baldwin Benjamin, bookbinder, 132 Clay, dwl 
S s Clay nr Taylor 

Baldwin Charles II. (G. Adolphe Low & Co) res 
Oakland 

Baldwin (Drury P.) & Wade (James H.) attor- 
neys-at-law, 52 Montgomery Block, dwl 44 
Bush 

Baldwin Ed. carpenter, SE cor Bush and Kearny 

Baldwin (E. J.) & Thomas (A. J.) livery stables, 
180 and 182 Commercial, dwl E s Stockton 
bet Sacramento and California 

Baldwin Francis W. (Baldwin & Brother), bds 
American Exchange 

Baldwin G. dwl N s Ewer Place, nr Mason 

Baldwin Hiram S. physician, 166 Clay, up stairs, 
dwl N s Pacific bet Stockton and Powell 

Baldwin John, cooper, dwl SW cor Front and 
Jackson 

Baldwin John, mason, dwl N s Everett bet 
Third and Fourth 

Baldwin Josiah A. soda water manuf with Tur- 
ner & Co. dwl 169 Jackson 

Bakhvin (Julius C.) & Brother (Francis W. Bald- 
vin) clothing, 186 Clay, bds American Ex 

BALDWIN (Marcus M.) & JOSEPHI (Robert) 
manuf jewelers and lapidaries, 171 Wash- 
ington, up stairs, dwl with Thomas Livesey 

Baldwin Sarah A. Mrs. dwl N s Tehama bet 
First and Second 

Baldwin William, ship carpenter and boarding, 
NW cor Townsend and Crooks 

Baldwin William C. cooper, dwl SW cor Front 
and Jackson 

Ball Alex M. W. (R. S. Eells & Co.) resides New- 
ark, N. J. 

Ball Charles Jr. porter with Riley & Mullin, dwl 
N s Minna bet Second and Third 

Ball Francis, ship master, W s Quincey bet Cali- 
fornia and Pine 

Ball George E. oysters, 126 Kearny, dwl 58 
Montgomery 



Ball James, rigger and stevedore, dwl cor Fran- 
cisco and Kearny 
Ball J. B. varnisher with J. Peirce 
Hall Michael, with Lewis Gibson, dwl 2-1 Battery 

Ballard Charles, lodgings, F a i.< idesdorff bet 

Sacramento and Commercial 

Ballard Joseph, dwl N B Polsom bet First and 
Second 

Ballen Alexander, butcher, with Anton Reiner 

Ballentine A. workman, Sugar Refinery cor Har- 
rison and Price 

BALLENTINE JAMFS. builder, 169 California, 
dwl W s Johnston bet Market and Mission 

Bailey Edward, with Fdwards & Bailey, dwl 
with Alexander Forbes 

Bailey Eats, domestic with Mrs. M. H. Yates 

Ballin Edward, tinsmith, 249 Dupont, dwl N s 
Pacific bet Stockton and Dupont 

Ballinger Patrick, wool, dwl NW cor Pratt Court 
and California 

Ballou Benjamin, bell ringer, City Hall, dwells 
Crescent engine house 

Balzar C. A. (Ziel, Bertheau & Co.) resides 
Hamburg 

Balzer Henry, upholsterer with J. F. Schafer & 
Brother, dwl 118 Sansome 

BAMBER (John) & CO. (Jules Longrois) express 
and newspaper dealers, W s Davis nr Val- 
lejo, dwl S s Broadway nr Montgomery 

Bamber Wm. F. messenger with J. Bamber & 
Co. bds with J. Bamber 

Banard Samuel, seaman, dwl with John FuUerton 

Bancroft A. L. & Co. (Hubert H Bancroft) imps 
and jobbers paper and stationery, 146 Clay, 
dwl N s Harrison bet First and F 

Bancroft E. carpenter, bds What Cheer House 

BANCROFT a H. & CO. (George L. Kenny) 
booksellers and importers, 151 Montgomery 
and 89 and 91 Merchant, (and A. L. Ban- 
croft & Co.) dwl N s Harrison nr Essex 

BANDMANN (Julius) NIELSEN (H) & CO. 
imps and com merchants, 48 Front, dwl X s 
Lombard bet Stockton and Powell 

Bangs Edward, seaman, bds Columbia House, 
Stewart 

Baninger Patrick, wool sorter with D. McLennan 

BANK JOSEPH, manufacturer billiard tables, 
NW cor Front and Jackson 

Banks Alexander (colored) bds 211 Kearny 

Banks George S. 77 Dupont 

Banks (J. A.) & Sheldon (Hiram A.) carpenters, 
87 Jackson, dwl W s Kearny above Bdway 

BANKS (Thomas C.) & BULL (Theodore) bank- 
ers, SW cor Montgomery and Commercial, 
dwl N s California nr Stockton 

Banks William (Bennent & B.) dwl XW cor 
Sacramento and Mason 

Bannan John, bottle beer manuf, dwl N s Green 
nr Dupont 

Bannerman John B. card and seal engraver, 166 
Sacramento 

Bannister Sarah (widow) dwl W s Third between 
Market and Mission 

Bannister Thomas, bds with F. W. King 

Bannon Edward, drayman, with Treadwell & Co 

Bannon Kit, brick-molder, with G. D. Nagle 

Banover (widow) dwl 224 Stockton 

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Baomeister Hermann, tailor, 3 Clara 

Bapp John, cigar manufacturer, with I. K. White, 

(hvl 102 Front 
Barasan Charles, laborer, dwl 87 Bush 
Barbary James, lVuit store. 332 Stockton 
Barbat J. physician, druggist, S s Pac nr Powell 
Barber Augustus, with Holcombe Bros, NW cor 

"Washington and Kearny 
Barber E. carpenter, bds Seymour House 
Barber Edwin S. (colored) barber, with J. Wil- 

kerson 
Barber John, rooms 20 Trinity 
Barber John A. (colored) mason, rooms NE cor 

Mason and Broadway 
Barber Mary E. Mrs. NE Broadway nr Mont 
Barber Peter J. carpenter, dwl Virginia Place nr 

Dupont 
Barber Thomas, dwl W s First, nr Mission 
Barber Thomas H. seaman, dwl W s First bet 

Howard and Natoma 
Barbetta Frederic©, liquor saloon, cor Drumm and 

Merchant 
Barbier Armand, agent Tucker's Acad Music and 

special policeman, dwl S s Minnie nr Third 
Barbier Louise Madame, dressmaker, NE cor 

Mission and Second 
Barbier Madame, teacher, bds with Mrs. A. M. 

A. Pettit 
Barbo T. laborer, with George W. Blasdell 
Barclay George R. steamboat captain, dwl NE 

corner Second and Minna 
Barclay Thomas, collector Bulletin, dwl W s "Wet- 
more Place bet Clay and Washington 
Barckhausen Julius, intelligence office, 150 Mont 

dwl S s Louisa nr Fourth 
Barcy Albert, seaman, bds 6 Sacramento 
Barde Dwight, commmercial reporter, Herald, 

dwl 249 Kearny 
Bardenwerper C. P. drayman, dwl E s Mont bet 

Pine and Bush, Lutgen's Hotel 
Bardon Michael, porter, with Stanford Bros 
Bardou Patrick, drayman, with L. Krambach 
Bardwell (J. L.) & Co. produce comni. 2 Merchant, 

dwl Hillman's Temperance House 
Baretty Francois, butcher, Clay street Market 
Bargones Leonardo, dwl S s Water nr Mason 
Baright Walter L. carpenter, dwl N s Market bet 

Dupont and Kearney 
Baring John H. painter, dwl 203 Pacific 
Barkeloo John, tax collector's off, bds 31 S. Park 
Barker A. dwl with Samuel Crawford 
Barker (A. H.) & Paddock, (K C.) merchants, NE 

cor Front and Jackson, dwl 202 Wash 
Barker B. F. carpenter and builder, N s Market 

bet Battery and Sansome 
Barker Chapin, drayman, with D. R. Provost & 

Co. 
Barker Frank, carpenter, with Hobbs, Gilmore & 

Co. bds Isthmus House 
Barker Helen M. (widow) principal Market Street 

School, dwl with I. N. Mack 
Barker Henry R. drayman, dwl S s Harrison nr 

Third 
Barker John, hog ranch, SE cor Fol and Wood 
Barker John H. clerk, pier 2 Stewart, bds with 

Wm. Barker 
Barker Joshua, book-keeper, with J. H. Coghill 

& Co. dwl S s Tehama bet First and Second 



Barker T. L. (Booth & Co. Sacramento,) office 

NW cor Front and Com, dwl 209 Clay 
Barker William, lumber, pier 2 Stewart, dwl 

Chelsea Place nr Bush 
Barker William M. vocalist, dwl El Dorado Bid 
Barkhouse Peter F. clerk, with It. Koopman 
Barkley Frank, iron-worker, S s Minna between 

Fourth and Fifth 
Barkley Samuel, book-keeper, with John Y. Wil- 
son dwl Pacific nr Larkin 
Barkley William, dwl N s Pacific nr Larkin 
Barlage Henry, carpenter, with J. Peirce, dwl E s 

"Virginia nr Jackson 
Barlenar H. A. clothier, dwl 6 Pacific 
Barling Horatio H. liquor saloon, NW cor Kear- 
ny and Bush 
Barlow Elisha, carpenter, dwl E s Brooks bet 

Geary and Market 
Barlow (I. M.) & Cook, (William) carpenters, 

243 & Clay, bds Benton House 
Barman Jonas, variety store, W s Third between 

Market and Mission 
Barman Charles, tinsmith, dwl W s Third bet 

Mission and Stevenson 
Barmore John J. ealker, dwl S s Folsom bet 

Simmons and Harris 
Barnard Charles E. clerk, A. Hiller, dwl with T. 

G. Barnard 
Barnard Ezra, laborer, What Cheer House 
Barnard Frank, clerk, A. G. Ramsdell, dwl with 

T. G. Barnard 
Barnard George W. carrier Evening Gazette 
Barnard Isaac D. (S. P. Whitman & Co.) dwl 

Brooks House 
Barnard Moses S. laborer, dwl W s Spear bel 

Folsom and Harrison 
Barnard Thomas G. builder, dwl E s Hawthorno 

bet Folsom and Harrison 
Barnert J. & Co. (Joseph Barnert,) clothing, 191 

Clay, dwl 9. Geary 
Barnert Joseph (J. Barnert & Co) bds with J. 

Barnert 
Barnes Ann, domestic with S. M. Wilson 
Barnes Benjamin W. cook, dwl N s Greenwich 

nr Taylor 
Barnes Charles A. plasterer, dwl S s Sherwood 

Place nr Third 
Barnes Daniel B. wheelwright, with Peter Wit- 
beck 
Barnes Dennis, carpenter, dwl 333 Stockton 
Barnes George, wood-worker, with T. Ogg Shaw 
Barnes George E. (Ayers <fc Co) dwl 230 Clay 
Barnes Henry C. clerk with James M. Merrill, dwl 

9 Clay 
Barnes J. O. book-keeper, bds Plaza Hotel 
Barnes Michael, laborer, dwl NE cor Jackson 

and Davis 
Barnes William T. butcher with Martenstein & 

Munson 
Barnet Harris, tailor, dwl 164 Commercial 
Barnet Samuel, clothing, 19 Sutter 
Barney A. express wagon, dwl N s Mason nr 

Washington 
Barney A. surveyor, dwl S s Louisa bet Third 

and Fourth 
Barney George, machinist, dwl NW cor Drumm 

and Jackson 
Barney John, dwl W s Stock in rear nr Vallejo 



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Barney Thomas V. with John Wigmore, dwl 

will i A. P. Bessey. 
Barney William, Aha California Office, bds with 

Erneal Heyn 
Bamhisel Charles F. with Henry Amos, bds Ohio 

llmisc. LeideadorfF 
Barning Hermann (MichaeKs <fc B.) dwl NW cor 

Stockton and vallejo 
Baron A.braham, dwl Polk nr Broadway 
Baron Henry, drayman, <l\vl B9 Hush 
Baron Ulysses, clerk, 8 a Pacific or Stockton 
BAROVICB NICHOLAS, saloon NW cor Davis 

and Jackson 
Barquis Francisco, liquor saloon, Ns Union nr 

Montgomery 
Barr B. Butler's clerk at Presidio 
Barr John, umbrella-maker, bds Staten Island 

House 
Barr Neil, molder Vulcan Foundry, dwl Es 

Fourth l>ct fcCasion and Howard 
Barr Robert B. stage driver with the Overland 

Mail Co. dwl N s Post nr Stockton 
Barr William, boatman, dwl W s Battery bet 

Vallejo and Green 
BARR A BZEKIEL I. Barra's Saloon, 54 First 
Barragan M. dwl California Hotel 
Barragen Philip, waiter, Metropolitan Hotel 
Barraillac (Charles) & Le Due (Isidore) manufac- 
turers willow ware, 309 Stockton 
Barrati Jean, butcher, S s Stevenson bet Third 

and Fourth 
Barre John, at Chace's Mill, bds Staten Island 

House 
Barrel John, bds Western House, Stewart 
Barrerle Antonio, waiter with J. H. Cordier & Co. 
Barret Abraham, hoot and shoemaker, 2 East 
Barrett Alfred, jeweler, NE cor Sec'd and Mission 
Barrett Catherine, domestic with J. Bornstein 
Barrett J. laborer, Vulcan Foundiy 
Barrett James, cook, dwl NE cor Sansome and 

Vallejo 
Barrett James, boiler-maker, bds with Mrs. El- 
len Eustis 
Barrett John, fruit and cigars, E s Third bet 

Mission and Minna 
Barrett John, pressman, dwl Bush St. House 
Barrett Louis, engineer, dwl N s Pollard Place 

nr Vallejo 
Barrett Martin, clerk with Geo. A. VanBokkelen, 

dwl 275 Vallejo 
Barrett Mary E. Mrs. dwl N s Union nr Varenne 
Barrett Paul, dwl SW cor Front and Jackson 
Barrett Robert, teamster Fort Point, bds Fort 

Point 
BARRETT & SHERWOOD (Robert) importers, 

chronometer makers and jewelers, 135 Mont 
Barrett Samuel Mrs. (widow) dwl cor Powell and 

Geary 
"Barrett W. bds What Cheer House 
Barrett William, dwl 248 Clay 
Barrett Wm. G. accoutant with American Rus- 
sian Com Co. dwl S s Broadway nr Front 
Barring Rudolph, book-keeper, H. Bruns & Co. 

dwl S s Bd'way bet Stockton and Powell 
Barrington Wm. B. packer, dwl N s Broadway 

nr Montgomery 
Barris Hiram D. proprietor Philadelphia Market, 

220 Stockton 



Barroilhet Henry, with Helloc Freres, dwl Ns 

Clay Del Mason and Powell 

BARRON EDWARD, butcher, i:: and 14 Wash- 
ington Market, dwl Ss Mission bet Fourth 
and Fifth 
Barron Henry, job wagon, NE cor Pine and Mont 
Barron Joseph (linrron& Co.) dwl E s Stockton 

bet California and Pine 
BARRON [WaKam A'.) & CO. (Joseph Barron 
and Thomas BeC)com mchteand agents New 
Almaden Mine. 92 Merchant dwl E s Stock- 
tun be< California and Pine 
Barrot Louis T. laborer with Wm. 0. Walker 
Barrouse II. New Orleans Market 217 Pacific 

Barrow Morris, tailor, NE cor Union and Larkin 
Barrow Henry, saloon NE cor Stock and Francisco 
Barrow Henry Jr. dwl NE cor Stock and Francisco 
Barrows John, at Gilbert's Melodeon, dwl 221 

Pacific 
Barry Alfred, engineer, bds Columbia Hotel 
Barry David, grocer XWcor Lombard and Mason 
Barry David J. clerk with Davis & Jordan 
Barry Dennis W. porter U. S. B. Mint 
Barry Edward L. dwl SW cor Green and Mont 
Barry Eliza A. dwl with John Roach 
Barry George, dwl Scotland N s Filbert nr Mason 
Barry James, blacksmith, dwl N s Minna bet 

Third and Fourth 
Barry James Putnam, dwl 39 Montgomery 
Barry James T. waiter Brazel & McCarthy, 211 

Kearny 
Barry John, blacksmith with Nelson & Doble 
Barry John, laborer, dwl W s Second bet Mission 

and Minna, rear 
Barry John, laborer, dwl rear John H. Francis 
Barry John, melter, Fulton Foundry 
Barry John, painter, dwl June Hunt and Natoma 
Barry John T. compositor, Monitor Office 
Barry Michael, carpenter, dwl N s Clary bet 

Ritch and Fourth 
Barry Michael, laborer, dwl SW cor Jessie and 

Annie 
Barry M. Mrs. dwl W s Dupont nr Francisco 
Barry Patrick, Notary Public, 97 Merchant, dwl 

301 Pacific 
Barry Patrick, steward, dwl 260 Kearny 
Barry Peter, cook, Benton House 
Barry R. laborer, Sugar Refinery, cor Harrison 

and Price 
Barrv Robert, tailor with Toy & Curran, dwl 

Trinity bet Bush & Sutter 
Barry Teresa (widow) music teacher, W s Hub- 
bard bet Howard and Folsom 
BARRY (Theodore A.) & PATTEN (Benj. A.) 

wines and licpuors, SE cor Montgomery and 

Sacramento, and 127 Sac. dwl 166 Mission 
Barry Thomas, laborer, dwl S side Filbert bet 

Mongornery and Sansome 
Barry Wm. bds with Wm. Barton, 256 Pacific 
Barry Wm. dwl W s Taylor near Post, rear 
Barry Wm. comedian, dwl 180 Jackson 
Barry Wm. compositor Alta California 
Barry Wm. ship carpenter, dwl S side Jessie bet 

First and Anthony 
Barry Wm. wines and liquors, 152 Sansome 
Barry Wm. McG. architect, dwl 233 Kearny 
Barsaid J. B. woodworker with T. Ogg Shaw 
Barstow A. (X>. P. & A. B.) dwl 105 Mont Blk 



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Barstow D. P. & A. attorney at law, 41 Mont- 
gomery Block, res Oakland 
BARSTOW GEORGE, attomey-at-law and prof 
Medical Jurisprudence, University Pacific, 
office 79 Montgomery 
Barstow John P. book-keeper with R. J. Gough, 

dwl 182 California 
Barstow S. F. compositor Alta California, dwl 

148 Commercial 
Bartheau John, liquor saloon, N s Commercial 

bet Drumm and Davis 
Bartholomew J. porter with C. H. Strybing 
Bartils Conrad, musician, dwl E s Stockton nr 

Green, rear 
Bartlett A. P. Mrs. teacher of ornamental and 
Grecian painting, dwl 300 Pacific nr Powell 
Bartlett Charles II. superintendent Home of the 

Inebriate, XE cor Sansome and Pine 
Bartlett (Chas. T.) & Co. (Jului. Henderson) wood 
and coal, N s Sutter corner Mary Lane, dwl 
N s Everett bet Third and Fourth 
Bartlett Columbus, deputy County Clerk, bds 185 

California 
Bartlett C. Julian, associate editor Evening 

Bulletin, dwl 186 California 
Bartlett David G. blacksmith, dwl SW cor Powell 

and Broadway 
Bartlett Earl, attoruey-at-law, 1G3 Mongomery 
Bartlett Eliza E. Mrs. matron Home of the Ine- 
briate, XE cor Pine and Sansome 
Bartlett F. E. wood and coal, dwl 300 Pacific 
Bartlett Frank A. shipping clerk, dwl S s Chest- 
nut near Stockton 
Bartlett George W. jobber, 30 Clay 
Bartlett EL bds What Cheer House 
Bartlett J. A. ship-carpenter, bds Railroad House 
Bartlett Job, drayman, dwl 1 Central Place 
Bartlett Jonathan D. liquor saloon, XW cor Third 

and Folsom 
Bartlett M. A. (widow) infant school, S s Broad- 
way near Dupont 
Bartlett Pliny, Benton Laundry, 156 Commercial, 

Benton House 
Bartlett Robert B. porter with Macondray & Co. 

bds What Cheer House 
BARTLETT WASHIXGTON, County Clerk, 

office Citv Hall, bds 185 California 
BASHING (WiOkm) & KIMBALL {Henry) 
bookbinders. 141 Washington, up stairs, and 
member Board Education, dwl S side Pacific 
near Taylor 
Barto Cornelius, silver refinery rooms 43 Sansome 
Barto T. laundryman steam Laundry, Lagoon 
Barton B. F. {Barton & Bro.) bds Brannan House 
BARTON (John,) & BROTHER (B. F. Barton) 
Pacilie Salt Works. 4G Sacramento, dwl S s 
Laurel Place near First 
Barton John, boot and shoemaker, bds 256 Pac 
Barton Win. proprietor Barton Hall, N s Pacific 

near Stockton 
Barton Wm. stevedore, dwl E side Vincent bet 

Green and Union 
Barton Corn's, silver refiner, bds Dashaway House 
Bartss Christian, cook, 168 Clay 
Baruch B. J. salesman with A. Hirsch, dwl 147 

Sacramento 
Barwold Louis, express wagon, dwl S s Post bet 
Dupont and Kearny 



Basford John K. druggist, XE corner Pine and 

Kearny 
Basham Frederick, plasterer, bds 89 Bash 
Bass Thos. J. drayman with Cameron. Whittier 

& Co. dwl W s Mason near Geary 
Basse Thomas (Eggers & Co.) dwl 127 Dupont 
Bassett Abner (E. & A. B.) contractor, SE corner 
Battery and Wash, dwl X s Bush nr Mason 
Bassett Alonzo, stone mason Fort Point, dwl B s 

Presidio Road rear Presidio Souse 
Bassett Charles, physician, dwl u± Sacramento 
Bassett Chas. F. clerk with Richards & McCracken 
Bassett Eben. & A. granite yard, X a -Market bet 
Montgomery and Sansome, dwl 183 Mission 
Bassett Joseph, com mcht and agent Clinton 

Mills, 90 Front, dwl X s Bush near Taylor 
Bassett X. box-clerk Lyceum Theatre, dwl S side 

Pine bet Dupont and Kearny 
Bassett Nathaniel, speculator, dwl S s Geary bet 

Kearny and Dupont 
Bassett Wm. H. engineer steamer J. Bragdon 
Bassigilopp Jean Baptiste, wood yard, Yallejo nr 

Stockton 
Bassitt John, stone cutter, Fort Point 
Bassonie Joseph, barber, 125 Kearny, dwl 198 

Pacific 
Baston Freeman A. with S. Benson & Co. boards 

cor Pine and Front 
BATCHELDER JOSEPH M. lumber, pier Xo. 3 
Stewart, dwl E s Fremont bet Folsom and 
Harrison 
Batchelder Levi L. stevedore, dwl X s Washing- 
ton near Mason 
Batchelder P. J. carpenter, dwl 114 Mont Block 
Batchelder Wm. H. porter with Castle & Free- 
born, dwl Taylor 
Batcher Richard, clerk with Peter S. Carton 
Bate Wm. It. pattern. maker with T. Ogg Shaw, 

dwl Ritch bet Harrison and Folsom 
Bateman David, engineer, dwl S s Vallejo near 

Montgomery 
Bateman Francis, baker, Eagle Bakery, Stevenson 
Bateman James, shoemaker with Edw. Phillips, 

dwl W s Davis bet Clay and Commercial 
Bateman James, stevedore, bds Columbia House, 

Stewart 
Bateman Michael, Eagle Bakery, S s Stevenson 

bet Ecker and Second 
Bateman William, Mdk Depot, 101 Kearny 
Bateman William A. dwl X s Bush bet Powell 

and Stockton 
Bates George, longshoreman, dwl 61 Pacific 
Bates Gustavus. drayman with I). Mays & Co. 
Bates Henry, porter with E. G. Mathews & Co. 

dwl E s Mason bet Green and Union 
Bates Jacob C. waiter, Alden's Restaurant* 
Bates (James) & Aguew (John) livery stable, 14 

and 10 Kearny 
Bates John W. drayman, dwl N s Harrison bet 

Third and Fourth 
Bates William, wood-worker with J. Ogg Shaw 
Bates William H. pianoforte-maker, dwl E s Ritch 

bet Folsom and Harrison 
Bath (Albert L.)& Clough (John) carriage-makers, 
S s Market bet First and Second, dwl with 
John Clough 
Bath Frederick, laborer, S. F. Sugar Refinery cor 
Harrison and Price 



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Bath [ssac, tnolder, Miner's Foundry 

Batker Samuel, engineer, dwl 8 a Pacific near 

Poweli 
Bat) Morris, dark with J. Baum, dwl NE cor 

Commercial and Leidesdorll' 

Battaile T. Q. imp book-keeper 0. H. dwl 209 

Washington, rear 
Battama William, olerk with Locke & Montague, 

luls Benton I louse 
Batteaux Augusta, boot-black, SW cor Sacra- 

mento and Sansome 
Batteaux Daniel, (fall & B.) dwl Minerva Hall, 

sw cot California and Kearny 
Batten George, steward, Brooks House 
Batteraby Michael A. dwl N a Greenwich bet 

Montgomery and Sansome 
Batteraby John, stoves and tinware, 82 Sansome 
Battles .1. T. miner, luls What Cheer House 
Battles William W. (Henry Baker & Co.) dwl Ss 

Folsom bet Fremont and Beale 
Batters Edward T. book-keeper, dwl with E. D. 

Waters 
Battums M. bds Benton House 
Bauck J. II. (Eohkr, Frohling & B.) dwl 97 

Montgomery Block 
Bauch P. G. clerk, P. M. S. S. Co.'s office cor 

Sacramento and Leidesdorff 
Bandonnat Charles F. laundry, 124 Broadway 
Baudy Charles, brick-maker, dwl S s Filbert nr 

Stoektoll 

Bauer Charles, gun-maker, dwl E a Dupont nr 

Bay. 
Bauer Kmil, clerk with J. W. Sullivan, 108 Wash 
Bauer George, waiter. Saulmann's Restaurant 
BAUER J. A. druggist, 186 Washington, dwl 

W s Mason bet Broadway & Vallejo 
BAUG1I THEODORE E. prop Merchants' Ex- 
change Reading Booms. 136 and 137 Clay 
Baugh W. Washington, clerk with Theodore E. 

Baugh, dwl 137 Clay 
Baulkhurst John, carpenter, What Cheer House 
Baum C. (Stevens & Co.) dwl 143 Washington 
BAUM CHARLES, C. H. broker, SE cor Oregon 

and Battery, dwl 156 Broadway 
Baum F. J. book-keeper with C. Stevens & Co. 

dwl 144 Washington, room 3 
Baum L. bda St. Nicholas Hotel 
Baum Julius, clothing, SW cor Battery and Com- 
mercial and NE cor Commercial and Leides- 
dorff, dwl 69 Commercial 
Baum Simon, clerk with Julius Baum, dwl SW 

cor Battery and Commercial 
Bauman Charles (A. Wagner & Co.) dwl 35 

Jackson 
Baumann Frederick, confectioner, dwl S s Filbert 

*nr Dupont 
Baumann John, musician, 29 St. Mark Place 
Baumeister Maximillian, hair dresser, 78 Com 
Baumer Samuel, tailor, dwl 75 Bush 
Baumester John, tailor, dwl E s Trinity bet Pine 

and Bush 
Baur Sophia Mrs. dress-maker, 56 Kearny 
Baurhayte Robert, engineer stmr Antelope 
Bauville J. waiter with J. H. Cordier & Co. 129 

Commercial 
Baux John B. groceries and liquors, N s Centre 

bet Dolores and Guerrero 
Baxter B. D. Acacia Hall, San Jose Road 



Baxter Charles, carpenter, dwl 148 Clay 
Baxter Edward II. clerk with Orowell & Crane, 
dwl B i Battery bet Bush and Pine 

Baxter John T. carpenter, dwl NE cor Mission 
and Ridley 

Baxter Joseph <!. drayman, U. S. Appraiser's 

store, dwl 16 Harlan Place 
Baxter Louisa Mrs. Battery Street House, 28 

Battery 
Baxter Win. H. saddle and harness-maker, N s 

Market op Second, dwl 8 a Minna bet Second 

and Third 
Bay District Agr. Soc. Office, Armory Hall 
Haver Anthony J. baker, A Men's Restaurant 

Mayer M. Mrs. cake bakery, X 8 Pacific nr Powell 
Bayerque J. B. (Pioche & B.) dwl with F. L. A. 

Piocb 
Bayless Charles, dwl N s Mission bet Second and 

Third 
Bayless T. J. dwl 144 Sacramento 
Bayly Charles, druggist, dwl 177 Mission 
Bayly Henry, tnolder, dwl 177 Mission 
Bayly Pauline (widow) midwife, dwl 177 Mission 
Bazile (John) & Pac (Joseph) hog ranch, Potrero 

SB Brannan St Bridge 
Bazin John, tripe, 4 Clay St Market, dwl Mission 

Creek 
Bazin a Louis, crockery, dwl N a Pacific near 

Powell 
Beach Benjamin C. salesman, 72 Battery dwl 249 

Pacific nr Stockton 
Beach Chilion, books and stationery, 10 Mont- 
gomery, dwl cor Broadway and Mason 
Beach Eliza Mrs. boarding, 249 Pacific 
Beach Gilbert, tanner, 9 Quincy 
Beach Henry M. salesman with French, Wilson 

& Co. dwl 114 Sacramento 
Beach J. D. C. drayman with R. E. Brewster & Co. 
Beach Lewis, waterman, dwl NE cor Powell and 

Bush 
Beahen Finton, dwl N s Minna bet Third and 

Fourth 
Beakey David, tinsmith with David Kile, dwl cor 

Commercial and Front 
Beal J. carpenter, bds What Cheer House 
Beal Redmond, laborer, dwl S s Minna bet Third 

and Fourth 
Beale Francis, tinsmith with Johnston & Reav 
Beall A. bds International Hotel 
Beall Alfred T. clerk, Board Port Wardens, bds 

with William G. Ross 
Seals Henry, dry goods, dwl NW cor California 

and Mason 
Beals Henry Channing, commercial reporter, 

Daily Times, dwl NE cor Cal and Mason 
Beamis T. W. (Nash & B.) res Boston Mass 
BEAN LOUIS PHILIPPE, lager beer saloon, 

NW cor Kearny and St. Mark Place 
Bean Moses T. capt. schooner Alert, dwl Lincoln 

W Taylor 
Beane George H. milkman at Fellow's ranch, N s 

Presidio Road nr Presidio House 
Beard Adaline Miss, dwl E s Taylor nr Wash 
Beard George ( Goodivin. B. & Chapm) dwl SW 

cor Mission and First 
Beard George, stevedore, dwl with Geo. Mitchell 
Beard John, drayman, dwl N s Townsend bet 

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Beardsley Frederick, skip carpenter, dwl S s 

Clementina nr First 
Bearing ('has. ship carpenter, dwl 20 Stevenson 
Beartet J. Baptist, dwl S s Green nr Powell 
Beatre George, miller with Barton & Brother, 

dwl What Cheer House 
Beattie Martha, domestic with C. Storm 
Beattie Samuel G. Jr. dwl cor Ellis and Mason 
Beatty John, drayman with Samuel Adams, dwl 

42 Battery 
Beatty Patrick, upholsterer with J. G. Clark & 

Co. dwl S s Berry nr Dupont 
Beatty T. bds What Cheer House 
Beatty Robert, hotel, Pioneer Race Course, Mis- 
sion Dolores . 
Beaty John drayman, dwl Bush Street House 
Beauchamp Leandro, dwl 99 Broadway 
Beauchamps J. printer with L. Albin, dwl Du- 
pont nr Broadway 
Beaud Joseph, waiter at 124 Washington 
Beauregard Jean B. bootblack, 172 Commercial, 

dwl Montgomery nr Pacific 
Beaver George W. {James Patrick & Co.) dwl 

S s Market bet Fifth and Simmons 
Bee Barthelmy, second-hand hardware, dwl and 

store W s Stockton nr Vallejo 
Bechman Andrew W. sailmaker with Wm. H. 

Pettv, dwl 213 Kearny 
BECHT JOSEPH, Philadelphia House, NE cor 

Bush and Belden 
Beck Adolphus G. accountant, 51 Bush, dwl NE 

cor Turk and Taylor 
Beck (Charles H.) & Co. (Diedrich Stiffens) 

groceries and liquors, NW cor First and 

Minua 
Beck David L. with W. T. Coleman & Co. dwl 

N s Howard bet First and Second 
Beck Joseph P. broker, X s Pacific nr Powell, 

dwl 11 Virginia Place 
Beck Nathaniel A. tannery, SE cor Fourth and 

Brannan, dwl Bitch nr Brannan 
Beck Peter, baker, dwl rear 56 Stevenson 
Becker B. Adolph (Becker Brothers) dwl SE cor 

Stockton and St, Marks Place 
Becker Ferdinand, shoemaker, 180 California 
Becker George, ship carpenter, rooms 22 Trinity 
Becker (Geo. J.) & Denham ( Wm.) saloon, 220 

Kearny, bds Washington Hotel • 
Becker Henry, pattern-maker, dwl 22 First 
Becker Joseph, second-hand crockery and furni- 
ture. 31 Montgomery 
Becker Brothers (AT. Rudolph E. and B. Adolph) 

cigars. NE cor Clay and Montgomery and 

Bella Union Building, dwl St Marks Place 
Becker Nicholas, confectioner with M. Bernheim, 

dwl 338 Washington 
Becker P. liquor saloon, S s Pacific nr Dupont, 

dwl 99 Broadway 
Beckett Henrv. varnisher with J. Peirce 
BECKH GUSTAVUS W. atttorney-at-law, 

rooms 30 and 31 Naglee's Building, City and 

County Recorder, cor Brenham Place and 

Washington, dwl Pine nr Stockton 
Beckwith Abby Mrs. dwl S s Post bet Kearny 

Dupont 
Beckwith Elliot, spar-maker, SE cor Market and 

Main 
Beckwith John, carpenter, rooms 101 Kearny 



Bedell Will'm, foreman machinist, Pacific Foundry 
Bee Camille, tailor, Pacific Alley nr Pacific 
Bee Emile, dwl 114 Dupont 
Beebe Hiram W. dwl 64 Sansome 
Beebe John, ship carpenter, bds King's Ex- 
change, First 
Beeber Christof, architect, bds Philadelphia House 
Beede Benjamin W. bds Tremont House 
Beekman Charles, porter with G. M. Almy, dwl 

16 Clay 
Been Andrew, blacksmith, rms with Mark Noon 
Beer Julius ( Weil & Co.) dwl 309 Stockton 
Beerman Louise, laundryman, Steam Laundry, 

Lagoon 
Beers Barrit, student with J. B. Beers, 165 Clay 
Beers George W. physician, NE cor Sacramento 

and LeidesdorfT 
BEERS (Henry I.) & DAVIES (John S.) im- 
porting, commission and paper warehouse, 

83 Clay, residence New York 
Beers John B. dentist, 165 Clay, dwl E s Mason 

nr Yallejo 
Beers L. B. cigars, bds Plaza Hotel 
Beeson Frederick, bds Benton House 
Begen Joseph, butcher, 149 Kearny 
Beggs James, assistant superintendent S. F. Gas 

Co. bds 63 Natoma 
Beggs Thomas, lamplighter, S. F. Gas Co. 
Beggs William W. superintendent S. F. Gas Co. 
Behnke Henry, groceries and liquors, 53 Jackson 
Behr Herman, physician and consul of Dessau 

and Lubeck, 184 Washington 
Behreus Diedrick, dwl 53 Jackson 
Behrens Joseph, (John Dreyer & Co.) dwl SW 

cor Clay and East 
Behrens Henry C. F. physician, 36 Natoma 
BEIDEMAN (Jacob C.) & PAGE (Robert C.) 

real estate agents, 146 Mont, bds 185 Cal 
Bein John, blacksmith, dwl E s Bitch bet Fol- 

som and Harrison 
Beiswanger John, baker, bds with John D'Arcy 
Beke William, cooper, S s Oregon nr Davis 
Belcher Ferdinand, carpenter, 302 Dupont 
Belcher Frederick P. drayman with Crosby & 

Dibblee, dwl S s Pac bet Powell and Stock 
Belcher J. clothing, dwl NW cor Washington 

and Sansome 
Belcher Robert H. drayman, bds with F. B. 

Belcher 
BELDEN FRANCIS C. proprietor Union Club 

Rooms, NW cor Montgomery and Cal 
Belden H. S. ship carpenter, bds 11 Minna 
Belden J. rooms NE cor Bush and Montgomery 
Belding Orrin, millwright, Miner's Foundry 
Be Lee (Chinese) merchant, 187 Sacramento 
Belger Henry, bds Benton House 
Belier L. Mine, washing, rear 203 Washington 
BELKNAP (David P.) & BOWMAN (James F.) 

attorneys-at-law. NW cor Montgomery and 

Merchant, dwl Virginia Block 
Bell Amory F. salesman with John C. Bell, dwl 

NE cor Sacramento and Powell 
Bell A. R. plasterer, dwl E s Simmons nr Folsom 
Bell Elizhbeth Mrs. (colored) dwl N s Union nr 

Dupont 
BELL GEORGE H. bookseller and stationer, 

SW cor Montgomery and Merchant, dwl 44 

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BELL GERRIT W. assayer, Ms California, dwl 
N s Howard bei Second and Third 

Bell 1 1 : i ] 1 1 1 ; 1 1 1 Miss (colored) dressmaker, dwl N 8 

Union nr Dupont 
Bell Henry, porter, dwl 1 St. Marks I'lace 
Bell Henry W". porter, with Stratton ft ('<>. dwl4 

si. Marks Place 
Hell James, (Faikner ll. <t- Co.) dwl 33 Bth Park 
Bell James, (colored) bda with James Hall 
Bell James ll. (colored) barber, dwl X s Union 

ur Dupont 
Bell Jno. (Kennedy & B.) dwl cor Sutter and Mont 
Bell John, (colored) mason, bds with James Sul- 
livan 
Bell John, slii]> joiner, lids at Blue Bell 
BELL JOHXC. carpets, paper-hangings, uphols- 
tery, etc. 182 Clay and 116 Merchant, dwl 

X\V oor Dupont and Greenwich 
Bell John L clerk, U. S. Marshal, dwl 43 U. S. 

Court building 
Bell John \V., N. Y. dep't Wells, Fargo & Co. dwl 

259 Powell 
Bell Joseph, (colored) laborer, dwl W s Mason 

bet Green and Union 
Bell Lucuis, tea broker, NW cor Front and Clay, 

dwl S s Dupont above Clay 
Bell Marie, (widow) dwl W s Taylor bet Green 

and Union 
Bell P. weigher's department, Custom House 
Bell Patrick, bcls 186 California 
Bell Thomas, (Barron & Co.) dwl Stockton bet 

California and Pine 
BELL THOMAS, liquor saloon, "70 Clay 
Bell Thomas, stevedore, bds Columbia House 
Bell William, compositor, Alta California, dwl E 

s Seed bet Clay and Washington 
Bell Wm. third mate Golden Age, dwl 157 Jessie 
Bell William, ship carpenter, bds at Blue Bell 
Bell William, musician, U. S. A. Presidio 
BELL WM. II. collector fish licenses, office 21 U. 

S. Ct. Bdg. dwl E s Powell above Greenwieh 
Bell William J. printer, with C. A. Calhoun, dwl 

311 Dupont 
BELL ZADOK, steward, dwl N s Post nr Mason 
Bellay Francois, artist, dwl N s Green in rear nr 

Stockton 
Bellanger C. dwl 238 Pacific 
Ballanger Joseph, Jefferson Exchange, 186 Com 
Bellanger Julien Mmd. Hotel la France, 238 Pac 
BELLK AT EUSEBE, proprietor St. Francis Ho- 
tel, SW cor Clay and Dupont 
Bellemere Augustus, jeweler, with Baldwin & 

Josephi. dwl SW cor Com and Kearny 
Bellemere Louis, shaving saloon, 172 Com. dwl 

X s Howard nr Third 
Bellew J. dwl Ohio nr Broadway 
Belliere Eugene, hair-dresser, 261 Dupont 
Bellingham Bay Coal Co. office SE cor Mont and 

California 
BELLOC FRERES, (B. & J. BeUoc,) importers 

and bankers, 147 Clay 
BeUoc J. (BeUoc Frtrts,) residence, Paris 
Belville J. cabinet maker, 275 Dupont 
Bemis A. silversmith, dwl Summer St House 
Bemis Charles C. machinist, 33 Mission bet First 

and Fremont, dwl 149 Mission 
Benabedez Antonio, dwl Luning Alley, N s Val- 

lejo nr Stockton 



Benchley Leander B. merchant) office 62 Battery, 

dwl 248 Powell 
Bender A. merchant, bds Xiantie Hotel 
Hinder John, piano maker, BE cor Stockton and 

Post, dwl L86 Stockton 
Bender Josiah, bricklayer, dwl Auburn bet Jack- 
son and Pacific 
Bender Philip, cabinet maker, 129 Kearny, dwl 

Whitehall Exchange, Bummer 
Bender William II. clerk with James Daurs, dwl 

150 San some 
Bendixen Oeorge L. J. (Jones & B.) dwl Cal nr 

Stockton 
Benecke C. August, (Bchafer <k B.) res'dN. York 
Benedict C. 8. clerk, dwl 5 Central Place 
Benedict Frank, hair dresser, X s San nr Wash 
Benedict Morris, porter, with Ed. s. Spear ft Co 

Benedict Samuel, porter, with Ed'w. Spear Co. 

Benete Henry, tailor, dwl 61 Montg o mery 

Beneiix J. J. clerk. SW cor Dupont and Pacific, 

bds S s Jackson X' of Stockton 
Benham Anson C. compositor, Home Journal 

dwl Bryant Place 
Benham Caihoun. U. S. District Attorney, U. S. 

Court building 
Benham John A. carpenter, dwl E s Pratt Court, 

nr California 
Benid Joseph, dwl 242 Jackson, rear 
Bening George F. Ocean Pearl Saloon, SW cor 

Washington and East 
Benitz Luis, confectioner, dwl NE cor Fourth and 

Folsom 
Benjamin Carrie Y. Miss, principal primary dep't 

Rincon School, dwl with Dr. J. P. Whitney 
Benjamin Charles, (colored) barber, dwl at E. 

Carlisle 
Benjamin Edmund B. ( Cameron, Whitlier & Co.) 

dwl S s Fremont bet Folsom and Harrison 
Benjamin Frederick A. dwl S s Pac nr Powell 
Benjamin Henry A. {Doyle & B.) dwl 123 Sac 
Benjamin Joseph, dwl 234 "Washington 
Benjamin Julia Mrs. clothing and fancy goods, 

' 2.;4 Washington 
Benjamin Wm. K. drayman, with J. D. FarwelL 

dwl S s Geary bet Taylor and Jones 
Benjamin (Z.) & Brown (David) clothing, 75£ 

Kearny 
Benkert William, clerk, 128 Kearny 
Benkin M. sugar refinery, cor Har and Price 
Benn F. bds with Louis Wedertz 
Bennan John, dwl Presidio road, opp Lagoon 
Benner C. R. bds What Cheer House 
Benner E. ship carpenter, dwl 36 Trinity 
Bennet (Henry W.) ft Co. syrups and cordials, 

cor Pacific and Battery, dwl 93 Bush 
Bennett Alvin P. accountant with James Vantine, 

dwl S s Green nr Kearney 
Bennett C. special policeman 
Bennett Capt. carpenter, bds Columb Hotel, Pine 
BEX T XETT {Harris) ft BAX'KS (Wm.) manufac- 
turers clothing, XE cor Sac and Leidesdorff, 

dwl 164 Commercial 
Bennett Henry M. dwl SE cor San and Com 
Bennett James, bds with Andrew J. Chase 
Bennett James, house-carpenter, bds NW cor 

Trinity and Sutter 
Bennett James C. house-carpenter, bds with Ber- 

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Bennett James IT. miner, bds 62 and 04 Pacific 

Bennett James P. hook-keeper with D. Norcross, 
<hvl in Sacramento 

Bennett John, bds What Cheer House 

Bennett John, longshoreman, dwl S s St. Charles 
nr Kearny 

Bennett Joseph, fisherman, dwl S s Merchant 
bet Dramm and East 

Bennett M shoemaker. N W COT Broadway and 
Stockton 

Bennett Mary B. Mrs. milliner, dwl 183 Kearny 

Bennett 1'. B. tish. Wash. Market, dwl Union 
Alley nr Green 

Bennett Peter, dwl August Alley 

BENNETT B. H. & CO. ( W. L. Kvrby) produce 
comm cor East and Merchant, dwl S s Es- 
sex Place bet Harrison and Folsom 

Bennett Samuel, dwl S s Sacramento bet Drumm 
and Bast 

Bennett Thomas, physician, 144 Sacramento, dwl 
N s Pine nr Powell 

Bennett William II. South Park Laundry, W s 
Third bet Brannan and Bryant 

Bennett Wm. W. dwl 21 St. Mark's Place 

Benoit Auguste, dwl 343 Stockton 

Benoit George, oook at Job's restaurant, Wash 
cor Wash Place 

Benoit Herman, butcher with A. Dumastre, 12 
New World Market 

Bensinger Daniel, baker, dwl with J. Carrabine 

Bensley John, President S. F. Water Works, 
office NE cor Jackson and Montgomery, dwl 
X s Mission nr Third 

BENSLEY WATER CO. office NE cor Wash- 
ington and Montgomery 

Benson Andrew, laborer, dwl with Wm. Kerr 

Benson Gr. E. assistant engineer steamer Eclipse 

Benson J. machinist, bds with Mrs. M. A. Ellert 

Benson James, moulder, 58 Halleek 

Benson James E. book-keeper, Biggs & Ruggles, 
dwl N s Perry near Third 

Benson John, Notary Public, dwl NE cor Wash- 
ington and Kearny 

Benson Lewis (col'd) porter with Smith, McDan- 
iel & Co. dwl 100 Front 

BENSON {Sewatt) & CO (William, B. Storey) 
hay and grain, opp pier 9 Stewart 

Benson William, waiter with Mrs. M. A. Ellert 

Bent Samuel, waiter Hotel International 

Bent Silas E. wheelwright with II. Casebolt & 
Co. dwl Columbia Hotel 

Bent W. B. ( G. P. Kimball & Co.) dwl 8 Clem- 
entina 

Bente Louis, driver with Henry Winkle 

Benton J. E. Rev. pastor Mission Con'l Church, 

dwl W s Valencia bet Centre and Sparks 
Bents Henry, barber, dwl 53 Sansome 
Bentz Antoinc (Brooks & B.) dwl SE cor Third 

and Market 
Bentz Henry, barber, bds. New England House 
Benz Jacob, eook, Washington House 
Ben/.en Adolphus, clerk with Stanly & Hayes 
Bepler F. G. coppersmith with Geo. W. Coffee, 

dwl 282 Dupont 
Bepler Frederick, groceries, SW cor Dupont and 

Dupont Alley 
Bepler Justus, acid distiller, U. S. B. M. dwl S s 
Natoma bet Jane and Third 



Bequette Pascal, receiver U. S. Land Office and 
Pension ag't, BE cor Jack and Mont rm 10 
Beranger C. clerk, dwl 198 California 
Beranger John, cook, American Exchange 
Berberos-ich Tripo, liquor saloon NW cor Ore- 
gon and Davis 
Perec (Joseph) & Co. (./". Tbvolara) tish 31 Wash 

Market, dwl N s Clay bet Mont and San . 
Berel Jacob, furniture and variety store 242 Pac 
Berette Jerome, groceries and liquors, X s Center 

bet Dolores and Guerrero 
Berg Carl, physician and surgeon, 346 Powell nr 

Broadway 
Bergenheim Andrew, bds with Otto Bergenheim 
Bergenheim Otto, clothing manufacturer, dwl W s 

Powell bet Clay and Sacramento 
Berger Christian, jeweler with Joseph McGregor, 

dwl Stewart nr Mission 
Berger Gabriel ( Geneve & B.) dwl N s Pine bet 

Stockton and Dupont 
Berger Julius, with Edward Colin, dwl 173 Clay 
Berget John, barber bds New England House 
Berget L. barber, bds New England House 
Berghauser John, dwl E s Dupont nr Filbert 
Berghofer Conrad, butcher at Stewart Street 
Market, dwl E s Third bet Silver and Perry 
Bergin Ellen, dwl E s Powell nr Green 
BERGIN (James) & BRO. (Michael Bergin) soap 
manufacturers, SE cor Green and Powell, 
dwl E s Powell nr Green 
Bergin Mary, domestic with Dr. J. P. Whitney 
Bergin Michael {Bergin & Bro.) dwl E s Powell 

nr Green 
Bergin Thomas, dwl E s Powell nr Green 
Bergin Thomas Jr. attorney at law SW cor Mont 

and Wash, dwl E s Powell nr Green 
Bergman August, cook, New England House 
Bergmann Nicholas, wheelwright with P. Wit- 
beck, dwl S s Post bet Kearny and Dupont 
Bergson Cole (Piper & B.) 106 Jackson 
Bergst Louis, hair dresser with C. Ptister, bds 

New England House 
Bergstein Louis, dry goods, 8 Virginia Block, dwl 

S s Broadway nr Powell 
Bering John P. accountant, dwl N s Sutter nr 

Taylor 
Berk Isaac, dwl S s Vallejo bet Powell and Mason 
BERKOWITZ MEYER, cloaks, trimmings etc. 

148 Sacramento, dwl 151 Kearny 
Berlin Charles H. teacher, dwl 18 and 19 SW 

cor Dupont and Broadway 
Berliner B. A. tailor, 91 Pine 
Berliner Isaac A. clothing, 81 Commercial 
Berman Emanuel, cigar maker with Manasse & 

Davidson, dwl cor Bush and Montgomery 
Bernal Jos. farmer, dwl Ws Dolores, rear church 
Bernard A. plaster-modeler 175 Pine 
Bernard Adolph, cap-maker, 169 Commercial 
Bernard C. grocer NW cor Third and Stevenson 
Bernard Charles, Chartres coffee factory NW cor 
Jessie and Annie, dwl NW cor Third and 
Stevenson 
Bernard Charles A. painter, with H. G. Bloomer, 

bds Columbia Hotel, Pine 
Bernard G. dentist, 101 Kearny 
Bernard J. paper-carrier, dwl with Wm. Schmidt 
Bernard Paul, watch-maker, 108 Commercial, 
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Bernard Robert, sign-painter with T. Robinson 
Bernard V. boots and shoes, 180 Kearny 
Bernard W., Minstrel Hall, 181 Montgomery 
Berdard Wm. II. bar-tender, bds with Ah in 1'. 

Bennett 
Bernede John, butcher, "> Olay Street Market 

Wm. saw-maker, loo Jackson, dwl W s 

Kearny near < leary 
Bernhard Bernard, hair-dresser, dwl S side Berry 

!• Dupont 
Bernhard Lawrence, cigars, boards with Louis 

Prader 
Bernhard Samuel, machinist with Prelate] a Eg- 

gert, dwl N s Bush bet Mont and Kearny 
Bernhart L cigars and tobacco, N"E cor Stockton 

and Pacific, >>ds N s Broadway nr Powell 
BERNHEIM MAURICE, confectioner, L04 day, 

dwl Union bet Montgomery ami Kearny 
Bernstein Edward, cabinet-maker with John 

Wigmore 
Bernstein .1. bds What Cheer House 
Bernstein Joseph, furniture wagon, SE eor Mont 

ami California, dwl B s Dupont near Geary 
Bernstein Morris, cap-maker with W. Fletcher, 

dwl 63 1'acific 
Berralin Peter, machinist, Union Foundry 
Berring Hermann, clerk with Becker Brothers, 

dwl 107 Broadway 
Berry A. P. ship carpenter, 'rooms 22 Trinity 
Berry Albert, Hour merchant, 69 Clay 
Berry Anna Miss, seamstress, Chelsea Laundry 
Berry Charles, seaman, bds 24 Sacramento 
Berry Fulton G. drayman, 58 Front, dwl 136 

Dupont 
Berry James, driver Chelsea Laundry 
Berry John, molder, Pacific Foundry 
Berry John, carriage painter with M. W. Allen, 

dwl 21 Bush 
Berry John, tailor, dwl W s Trinity bet Sutter 

and Bush 
Berry Lewis (col'd) white washer, 111 Kearny, 

dwl 296 Dupont 
Berry Richard N. merchandise broker, NW cor 

Front and Commercial, dwl 274 Powell 
Berry Thomas, ironer, Chelsea Laundry 
Bert B. (Henry Schroder & Co.) resides Bor- 
deaux, France 
Bert Edw. G. agent F. Gilbert, 123 Sacramento, 

dwl S s Harlan Place near Dupont 
Bert Frederick W. clerk with C. Koopmanschap 

& Co. 
Bertheau Cesar {Ziel, B. & Co.) resides Ham- 
burg, Germany 
Berton Francis, cashier H. Hentsch, dwl NW cor 

Montgomery and Jackson 
Bertrand Charles, dwl 7 Waverley Place 
Bertrand Jean B. shoemaker, 79 Merchant 
Bertz Henry, porter with Weil & Co. 
Berwald Tobias, clerk with T. Kinzel & Co 
Berwick Thomas, sail-maker, 15 Clay, dwl S side 

Pacific near Mason 
Berwiu Aaron (P. Berwin & Brothers) resides 

New York 
Berwin Isaac, tailor, 52 Commercial 
Berwin Morris {P. Berwin & Bros. )dwl 80 Natoma 
BERWIN (Pincus) & BROTHERS (Morris and 

Aaron Berwin) importers hats and caps, 71 

Battery, dwl 80 Natoma 



Besby Benry, barkeeper, room 

Quincy and St. Marys 

i Frederick butcher with Louis Scholl 
■ atherine, cook with B. Davidson 
Bessery Leontine, artist, si Sutter 
Bessey AJbion P. drayman,cor Clay and San some, 

dwl 8 s Minna bet Jl and Third 

Besson Felix (Lermitte & Co.) dwl 66 Merchant 

Besson John, n staurant Boule d'Or, 197 Pacific 

Besson (MarieUe) & Pons [Charlotte) Mnu 
ikers, l i.'i Sacramento 

Best John, polisher with John Wigmore 

Best William, stair-builder with X. P. Langland, 
bds Branch Hotel 

Betand Louis, distiller with J. E. Casters & Co. 
dwl 1 It Dupont 

Betbize August, harness-maker with Felix Fon- 
taine, dwl eor Broadway and Kearny 

Bethloo A. laborer, s. F. Sugar Refinery, corner 
Harrison and Price 

Betkar Samuel, engineer with Fox & Schmidt, 
dwl 174 Washington 

Betker L. carpenter, bds What Cheer House 

Betkowski Peter, furniture wagon, dwl S s Silver 
bet Second and Third 

Betts David W. stoves and tinware, 3 Sacra- 
mento, dwl Ivtst bet Commercial and Sac- 
ramento 

Betyeman Lewis (Roster ({• B.) dwl N s Town- 
send bet Third and Fourth 

Betz C. F. wagon maker, bds Washington House 

Beuchel Gottleib, tailor, dwl E s Lafayette near 
Green 

Beurhyte Robert, engineer, dwl E s Taylor near 
Jackson 

Beuston Jenette (widow) dwl S side Greenwich 
near Dupont 

Bevan John, dwl N s Valparaiso bet Mason and 
Taylor 

Bevans Isaac, carpenter, dwl N side Greenwich 
near Dupont 

BEVANS JOHN, apothecary, SE cor Stockton 
and Broadway 

Bevans T. P. physician, cor Stockton and Bdwy, 
dwl S s Vallejo bet Hyde and Larkin 

Bevens John J. pressman with Blake & Moffitt, 
dwl Green bet Stockton and Dupont 

Bevell Richard, steward, dwl Hall's Alley 

Beverly Ruth (widow) dwl with Rufus Saddle- 
mire 

Beversen Claus, clerk with Henry Von Borstel 

Bevins Samuel (colored) 162 Battery, dwl Scott 
Place near Powell 

Bevins William H. clerk with 0. F. Giffin & Bro. 
dwl with O. F. Giffin 

Beyer Louis, barber, W s Front near Chambers, 
dwl SE cor Front and Pacific 

Beythien (Gaius) & Schenk (Hwjo) proprietors 
New York Brewery, S side Post bet Dupont 
and Kearny, residence Germany 

Beziade John, tailor, dwl 205 Dupont 

Bibb Wm. G. dwl S s Clay bet Powell and Mason 

Bibbins Tracy L. accountant, dwl NE cor Pine 
and Prospect Place 

Bichard Nicholas, junk-dealer and stevedore, 
storeship Lewis, pier 15 Stewart, dwl cor 
Post and Montgomery 

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BIDEX CHARLES 3. printer. President San 

Francisco Fire Department and Supervisor 

First District, office Naglee's Building, dwl 

with John Etaynes 

Bidleman Joseph B. office with F. J. Thibault, 

dwl 209 Washington 
Bidweli Henry C. produce dealer, dwl 2T0 Powell 
Bieber Otto, draughtsman with Clark ft Kenitzer, 

bds Philadelphia House 
Biedeman Louis, watch-maker, American Hotel 
Biedeberl Albert, musician, dwl N s Berry bet 
Dupont and Kearny 

Bielefeld II. ( per, 67 Washington 

Bien II. Rev. [Heffiey & B.) 172 Washington 
Bien Morris, furniture, *2 < ; ( > Dupont 
BIESTA PEDERICO, foreign books and sta- 
tionery, and publisher L'Eco Delia P;itria, 
129 Montgomery, dwl 106 Montgomery 
Biesterfeld E. director German Club. 136 Mont 
Biewlawski Casimer, princ draughtsman, office 
r. S. Sur. Genl. dwl N s Stevenson bet 
Third and Fourth 
Bigarel Dominique, merchant tailor, 175 Wash 
Bigelow Daniel, laborer, S. F. Sugar Refinery, 

cor Harrison and Price 
Bigelow Edward, laborer, S. F. Sugar Refinery, 

cor Harrison and Price 
Bigelow Elijah, gumry bags, 40 Clay, dwl with 

Charles Clayton 
Bigelow Jabez, boots and shoes, 53 Commercial, 

dwl SE cor Sacramento and Battery 
Bigelow Martin, dwl SW cor Dupont and Lom- 
bard 
Bigelow Samuel C. real estate agent, dwl X s 

Laurel Place bet First and Essex 
Biggey Terence, watchman, Skelly & Co. dwl S s 

Howard nr First 
BIGGS (.1. R) & RUGGLES (J. E) com mer- 
chants, wines and liquors, 146 Front, dwl 
S s Tehama nr Second 
BIG< is (John E.) ft HERSEE {George) Columbia 
House. W a Stewart bet Market and Mission 
Bigler Peed, rec clerk, U. S. Branch Mint, dwl 

with Charles II. Hempstead 
Bigley Catharine Mrs. 20 Trinity, dwl 117 Pine 
Bigley Cornelius, grocer, 48 Clay dwl 117 Pine 
Bigley Daniel, clerk with C. Bigley, dwl 117 Pine 
Bigley J. bds What Cheer House 
Kigley John, drayman with Henry Brickwedel & 

Co. dwl Pine nr Montgomery 
Bigley Peter, hostler, bds with Arthur Quinn 
Bigley Thomas (Ringot & B.) dwl N s Post bet 

kton and Powell 
Bigley Thomas, ship carpenter, dwl W s Powell 

bei Clay and Washington 
Bignone Rev. A. assistant pastor, St, Ignatius 

Church, Market bet Fourth and Fifth 
Bigne John (Areea & Co.) resides Victoria 
Bigot Ernest, dwl 150 Sacramento 
Bigol Esther Madame, embroideries and laces, 

150 Sacramento 
Bigot Leon, barber, 40 Pacific dwl 150 Sac 

lodias C. saddler with C. H. Mead, dwl 
SE cor Front and Jackson 
Bill Christopfj shoemaker with David Hauser, 

24 1 Dupont 
BUI Philip. Frankfort Saloon, W s Third bet 
Folsom and Harrison 



I Billet Edward W. dwl 249 Kearny 
Billhorn M. carpenter, bds Benton House 
Billings Abner, laundryman, What Cheer House 
Billings Edwin P. machinist, Fulton Foundry 
Billings Frederick, machinist, bda 51 Minna 
Billings Frederick (ffaUeck, Peachy & B.) resides 

( Oakland 
Billings George, tinner, 133 Kearny, dwl X s 

Pine bet Kearny and Dupont 
Billis John, driver, Skelly ft Co. City Line, dwl 

Mission nr Second 
Billings John, hair-dresser with G. Shurr 
Billings John F. dwl X s Yallejonr Dupont, rear 
Bills John S. laborer, dwl SW cor Drumm and 

Washington 
Bingenheimer Christopher, cooper, 29 Clay 
Bingham Charles E. actor, dwl N s Sutter nr 

Mason, rear 
Bingham James W. editor, dwl N s Tehama bet 

First and Second 
Biotty Bartholomew (colored) bootblack, 9.'! Mer 
Birbrauer John, billard table maker, bds Movers 

Hotel 
Birch William, machinist, dwl 15 Sutter 
Birch William, Birch's Minstrels, dwl El Dorado 

Building 
Birch William H. machinist, Vulcan Foundry, 

dwl with William Schmidt 
Bird D. T. C. carpenter, dwl Florence, Russian Hill 
Bird George W. contractor, dwl S s Green nr 

Powell 
Bird James, molder, Albion Foundry, dwl E s 

Ritcli bet Folsom and Harrison 
Bird John, laborer, bds 58 Pacific 
Bird Lawrence, bricklayer, bds with Mrs. Susan 

Gilson 
Bird R. D. Mrs. principal primary dept. Green- 
wich St School, dwl Green bet Powell and 

Mason 
Bird Wm. tailor, dwl NE cor Union and Dupont 
Birdsall Elizabeth (widow) adjuster. TJ. S. B. M. 

dwl X\V cor Filbert and Stockton 
Birdsall E. M. ship carpenter, bds Isthmus 

House, First 
Birdsall George, laborer, C. H. dwl N s Howard 

bet Third and Fourth 
Birdsall John, fireman, dwl 122 Davis 
Birdsall John M. clerk, dwl SW cor Sutter and 

and Parkin 
Birdsall L. A. physician, dwl Brannan House 
Birdsall Nathan W. engineer, dwl 121 Davis 
Birdsall Wyatt, engineer, dwl Davis nr Broadway 
Birdsall Z. driver, Wells, Fargo & Co. 
Birge J. G. merchant, 172 Washington 
Birmingham John, engineer stmship Golden Age 
Birn Patrick, laborer, dwl 1(1 St. Mary 
Birrell Andrew, bds with Andrew Piirrell, Jr. 
Birred Andrew, Jr. dwl E s Third bet Howard 

and Everett 
Bisagno Bartholmy (Bisagno Bros.) resides Italy 
Bisagno Brothers (Louis & Bartholmy) importers 

crockery and hardware, 106 Clay 
Biscaccianti Klisa Madame, artiste, dwl NE cor 

Bush and Montgomery 
Bischoff Louis, jeweler with F. R. Rcichel, dwl 

Sutter nr Montgomery 
Bishop Brown, with Henry Bredhoff, dwl East 
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Bishop P. A. engineer and contractor, SE cor 

Sacramento and Leidesdorff 
Bishop Gordon, teamster, dwloor Broadway and 

Jon 
Bishop Gregory, dwl Ns Greenwich bet Mont 

and Sansome 
Bishop Henry, (George Osmer & Co.) dwl cor 

First and Minna 
Bishop Hemy, workman with Win. II. Bovee 

,V Oo. l>ds Brooks House 

Bishop L. shingle-maker, dwl Sa Mission between 
Third and Fourth 

Bishop Louis, goldsmith, dwl rear of German 
Catholic Church, Sutter 

Bissell George W. 1'. (Alsop k Co.) dwl Ns Fol- 
soni bel Second and Third 

Bitner A. laborer, S. F. Sugar Refinery, cor Har- 
rison and Price 

Bitner Andrew, shoemaker, dwl 7 St. Mary 

Bitner William, laborer, S. F. Sugar Refinery, 
cor Harrison and Price 

Bitter (William) & Wyman (John) Mechanics' 
Hotel, SW cor Kearny and Pacific, up-stairs 

Bixler Daniel, clerk, dwl NE cor Jack and Mont 

Bixler David, attorney-at-law, NE cor Jackson 
and Montgomery 

Black Adam, boots and shoes, dwl "W s Third 
bet Howard and Everett 

Black David, blacksmith, with J. Gardner & Co. 
dwl X E corner Third and Howard 

Black George, engineer, dwl with Mrs. S. Enscoe 

Black George, machinist, Union Foundry, bds 
Battery Street House 

Black John, porter, dwl S s Broadway bet Kear- 
ny and Montgomery 

Black John W. salesman, with ' Thos. H. Selby 
&Co. 

Black Smith A. clerk withTaaffe, MeCahill&Co. 
bds Niantic Hotel 

Black Win. dwl NW cor Union and Powell 

Black William, hackman, bds 34 Webb 

Black Wm. K. carpenter, dwl SW cor Sansome 
and Pine 

Blackburn Charles, wood-worker, with Geo. P. 
Kimball & Co. 

Blackman ('. II. clerk with Blackman, Howard 
& Co. dwl 41 Natoma 

Blackman M. J. tinsmith, 227 Dupont, dwls with 
L. Sylvester 

BLACKMAN ( 0. P.) HOWARD {Charles Webb) 
& CO. (Charles B. Marvin,) importer, whole- 
sale wines and liquors, 81 Front, dwl Orien- 
tal Hotel 

Blackmore Thomas, boarding, S s Beale bet Fol- 
BOm and Harrison 

Blackstone N. com merchant, 11 Washington, 
dwl Lagoon 

Blackwood John, assistant storekeeper U. S. Com. 
Dep"t, 58 San, dwl N s Harrison nr Fourth 

Blackwood William, Sec Arizona Min Co. SE cor 
Montgomery and California, dwl N s Harri- 
son bet Third and Fourth 

Blafskey C. draughtsman, bds with Mrs. Maria 
Clark 

Blaikie James, ship-joiner, dwl E s Prospect Place 
bet Sacramento and California 

Blair Archibald, machinist, dwl N s Montgomery 
Place nr Montgomery 



Blair Elizabeth H. B. Miss, bds with I'. 5. Blair 
Blair Phineas s. waterman, dwl E b William, 

tut Taylor and Jo 
Blair Thomas If. special policeman, dwl 32 Post 
BlaisdeU Elizabeth F. Mrs. dwl SW cor Dupont 

and Harlan Place 
BlaisdeU Gilbert, machinist, Pacific Foundry, bds 

180 Mission 
Blaive Dominick, very Rev. V. G. Pastor Notre 

Dame dea Yictoires Church, N s Bush nr 

Dupont 
Blake Betsy R. (widow) furnished rooms, S 8 

Market bet Second and Third 
Blake C. E. (Cole & B.) dwl 201 Clay 
Blake ( CaJmn T.) & Co. (George W. Blake) hat- 
ters 136 Mont, dwl N s Taylor bet Clay and 

Washington 
Blake Elizabeth Mrs. dwl with Rich'd Coogan 
Blake (Francis) & Moffitt (James) steam printing 

presses, 70 Merchant, dwl SE cor Bush and 

Jones 
Blake George, carpenter, bds What Cheer House 
Blake George M. book-keeper, with Frank Baker, 

dwl SW cor Powell and Broadway 
Blake George W. (Blake k Co.) dwl N s Taylor 

bet Clay and Washington 
Blake James, pressman with Blake & Moffitt, bds 

with Francis Blake 
Blake James, butcher, bds with Wm. O'Donnell 
Blake John, laborer, dwl N s Pacific nr Mont 
Blake John R. ( colored) ship-calker, bds with M. 

Cooper 
BLAKE MAURICE C. Judge County Court, 

Probate and Court of Sessions, City Hall, bds 

with Mrs. Butler, opp Metropolitan Hotel 
Blake Sumner C. pressman with Blake & Moffitt, 

bds with Francis Blake 
Blake William H. (colored) barber, Niantic Hotel 
Blakeley Francis, carpenter, Fort Point, dwl W 8 

Powell nr Ellis 
Blakeley John, dwl with Mrs. Ann Kenney 
Blakelev R. laborer, Bensley Water Works 
Blakeley Robert F. dwl 130 Bush 
Blakeley William H. express wagon, dwl N s 

Sutter nr Kearny 
Blakiston J. S. sailmaker, 15 Clay 
Blanc Alexander, dwl NW cor Wash and San 
Blanc Stewart, shoemaker, W s Bat nr Pacific 
Blanch M. publisher El Eco del Pacifico 124 Sac 
Blanci Louis, groceries and liquors, SE corFolsom 

and Third 
Blanchard David, drayman, bds with Rob't Liddle 
Blanchard David L. storekeeper, Custom House, 

dwl W s Dupont bet Greenwich and Lonib'd 
Blanchard J. contractor, bd Seymour House 
Blanchard Joseph, with Louis Peres, dwl 137 

Kearny 
Blanchard Jules, hardware and crockery, W s 

Third bet Market and Mission 
Blanchard Robert S. wagon-maker, with G. P 

Kimball & Co. bds 59 First 
Blanchard William, wood-worker, with Geo. P: 

Kimball & Co. 
Blanding Louis, attorney-at-law, NE cor Jackson 

and Montgomery 
BLANDING WILLIAM, attorney-at-law, NE 

cor Jackson and Mont, dwl W s Taylor nr 

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Blandy Armenia Mrs. dressmaker, S a Mission 
in i Second and Third 

Blaney John If. grocer, dwl 20 Post 

Blankan Eenry, grocer, dwl Ns Tehama between 
Fourth and Fifth 

Biankstein Henry, clerk with Henry M. Lewis, 
dwl Geary nr Kearny 

Blankstein Louisa Mrs. millinery, 34 Mont 

Blasdell George W*. contractor, SE cor Montgom- 
ery and California 

Blasdell Eenry G. Hour and grain, Clay St. Wharf, 

dwl X B Harrison bet First and Second 
Blass Meyer, dry goods, W s Second bet Mission 

and Minna 
Blatcbley A. surveyor, dwl with 0. Bonney, Val- 

lejo nr Lark in 
Blatner John, pattern-maker, Union Foundry 
Blaymann Edward, upholsterer 200 Clay, dwl 125 

California 
Blauvclt Richard, clerk Quarter-master s dept. U. 

S. A. dwl 53 Montgomery 
Blecksleger Diedrich, bar-keeper, Charlies ranch 
Blethen Alphonzo G. {Bkthen & Bro.) dwl S s 

Market bet First and Second 
Blethen [James E.)k Brother {Alphonzo G. Bleth- 
en) sash, door and blind factory, S s Market 
bet First and Second, dwl N s Folsom bet 
Price and Harris 
Blethen J. II. Captain, dwl 131 Dupont 
Blethen Nicholas, steward Niantic Hotel 
Bley Adolph [Pinner k B.) dwl 4 Clay St Wharf 
Blick Peter, carpenter Vulcan Foundry 
Bligb Catherine Mrs. dwl N s Union nr Stock 
Blinn Cyrus, carpenter, bds 47 Tehama 
Blinn Samuel P. [Adams, B. & Co.) dwl 47 Te- 
hama 
Bliss George D. butcher, dwl Pacific cor Polk 
Blitz B. S. policeman City Hall, dwl with S. W. 

Collins 
Bloch A. B. clothing 298 Stockton 
Bloch Charles, clothing, dwl 164 Commercial 
Bloch B. merchant, dwl N s Stevenson bet Third 

and Fourth 
Bloch Isaac F. merchant, dwl 147 Mission 
Bloch John, merchant, dwl S s Pacific nr Mason 
Bloch William, shoemaker, Dupont nr Pacific, 

dwl SE cor Dupont and Pacific 
Bloche Elie P. with Jean Veuard 
Block A. (A. Block & Co. Nevada) office NE cor 
Sacramento and Battery, dwl SE cor San- 
some and California 
Block John, tailor, NE cor Kearny and Sacra- 
mento, dwl 162 Commercial 
Block John, laborer, S. F. Sugar Refinery cor 

I larrison and Price 
Block John, dry goods, 4 Virginia Block NW 

cor Pacific and Stockton 
Blohm Christian, miner, bds with George Roeben 
Blohm Christopher, clerk, bds with Chas. Meyer 

Blohm C. C. day and boarding school, 240 Yallejo 
Blohm Hermann, brewer, with Koster & Co 
Blohm Henry, clerk, SW cor Stewart and Mission 
Blohm Peter, groceries and liquors, E s Webb nr, 

Sacramento 
Blond Edward, gardener, dwl N s Louisa nr 

Fourth 
Blondell Thomas, boatman, dwl S s Minna bet 

Jane and Third 



Blood Ivory M. hatter, dwl S s John nr Mason 
Blood James, boatman, dwl S s Greenwich bet 

Montgomery and Saiisi.mc 
Blood J. H. broker, 7 Montgomery Block, dwl 

SE cor Montgomery and California 
Blood Levi L. dwl S s Bush bet Hup and Stock 
Bloom David, glazier, dwl Union Alley 
BLOOMEB HIRAM G. paints and oils, '185 

Mont, dwl SW cor Jackson and Union IT 
Bloomer Isaac, millwright, dwl NW cor Xatoma 

and .lane 
Bloomer, John barkeeper with Henry De Yolk, 

201 Jackson 
Bloom field George, farmer, dwl N s Union bet 

Battery and Sansome 
Bloomfield Thomas, carpenter, dwl N s Green bet 

Kearny and Montgomerv 
BLOSSOMWM. H. Blossom's Saloon, 89 Wash 
Bluch John, cook, dwl with Henry Johnson 
Blucher John, shoemaker with K. Mciners 
Blue George, bds What Cheer House 
Blum Henry, shoemaker, SE cor Market and 

Second 
Blum Isidore, clothing, 103 Montgomery, dwl 

('lay bet Powell and Mason 
Blum Leopold, merchant, bds with Wolf Calm 
Blum Simon, express wagon, LSI Kearny 
Blume Charles [J. Saulnier & Co.) dwl 245 

Washington 
Bhuneuberg J. H. picture frames etc. 62 Mont 
Blumendale Henry, dwl N s Yallejo nr Stockton 
Blumenthal A. L. & Son [Julius Blumenihal) 

cloths, casuneres etc. 142 Sac, res X York 
Blumenthal H. [Bryan & B.) dwl X s Yallejo 

bet Stockton and Powell 
Blumenthal Julius (A. L. Blumenthal & Son) dwl 

142 Sacramento 
Blumenthal Lewis, tailor, 87 Kearny 
BLUMENTHAL MARTIN A. Importer crock- 
ery and glassware, 181 Montgomery, dwl 

St. Nicholas Hotel 
Bluzome Isaac Jr. coal broker, 46 Front, dwl 

with J. F. Stirling 
Blyth Henry, clerk with Amos, Phinney & Co. 

dwl E s Beale nr Folsom 
Blythe Robert, cook, Branch Hotel, dwl NW cor 

Jones and McAllister 
Boardman H. bds with Minor S. Martin 
Boardman Joseph, architect, 102 Merchant, dwl 

SW cor Jessie ami Annie 
Boas Joseph, commission merchant, 5 Custom 

House Block, dwl Union nr Stockton 
Boas Michael, laborer, dwl N s Howard bet First 

and Second 
Bocamp William, ship-sawyer, dwl 248 Dupont 
BOCK [Charles) & SCHAEFER [Eenry) Har- 
mony Hall Saloon, SE cor Clay and Dupont, 

dwl 217 Clay 
Bocken Henry, steward with J. Landsberger, 

dwl 150 Montgomery 
Bockman Albert, clerk with Frederick Mohr- 

mann. dwl SW cor Broadway and Kearny 
Bockman [D. U.) & Miller (John) Saloon, NEcor 

Montgomery and Wash, dwl SW cor Jackson 

and Virginia 
Bodde Francis, segar-maker, SE cor Dupont and 

St. Marks Place 
Bode George C. dwl with Elizabeth F. Blaisdell 



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Bodecker B. musician, dwl 8 b Union nr Mason 
Boden John P. clerk with W. II. J. Brooks, 214 

Washington 
Boden Patrick, laborer, dwl S b Minim bel Jane 

aii.l Third 

Boden Penelope, (widow) dwl 124 Bush 
Bodkin Thomas, plasterer, dwl X\V oor Natoma 

and Jane 

er Rudolph, clerk with M. M. Lewis, 193 

Clay 
Boehan Ellen, chambermaid, Lovejoy's Hotel 
Boehme F. musician, dwl E b Clara but Bush 

and Sutter 
Boerden John, wheelwright, 298 Stockton, rear 
Boesch Ferdinand, dwl S s Hinckley bet Dupont 

and Kearny 
Boetclier Ferdinand, chemist, ill Sacramento 
Bofer William & Co. {August Buttmaim, Adolph 

Marquard and Carl F. Marwede) hardware, 

138 Sacramento 
Bofinger Jacob, silversmith, 124 Kearny, dwl 

Dupont nr Pacific 
Bogardus J. P. Golden Era office, dwl Delgado 

Place nr cor Hyde and Green 
Bogart J. M. book-keeper with F. D. Conro & 

Co. dwl N s Geary abv Mason 
Boge George, carpenter, dwl Rassett Place nr 

Sutter 
Boge J. (Siegfred & B.) dwl 7 Rassette Place 
Bogel Charles, laborer, dwl N¥ cor Third and 

Townsond 
Bogel Charles EL groceries and liquors, NW cor 

Powell and Eddy 
Bogel Theodore (Lefevre & Co.) dwl SE cor 

Washington and Dupont 
Boggs Alexander, book-keeper with C. J. Haw- 
ley ft Co. dwl Fremont nr Harrison 
Boggs C. S. Commander U. S. X. inspector lights 

12th District, office Custom House, 3d story 
Boghiscich Baldassare, with Scimunovich & 

Perovich 
Bogner K. dwl NW cor Kearny and Yallejo 
Bogner Charles, tailor with Scrimgeour & Co. 

dwl Vallejo nr Kearny 
Bohen George T. bricklayer, dwl 199 Pine 
Bohen (J. A. J.) & Co. regalia and ladies' dress 

trimmings, E s Kearny nr Bush, dwl 107 

Dupont 
Bohen Waldo, machinist, Miner's Foundry 
Bohm Solomon H. (Simon & B.) dwl S s Green 

bet Stockton and Powell 
Bohm "William, inanuf jeweler, 98 Merchant 
Bohme Louis, clerk, dwl 110 Kearny 
Bohmer Henry tailor, dwl Dupont nr Vallejo 
Bohn Christian, tinsmith with John Bolm, dwl 

298 Dupont 
Bohn John, stoves and tinware, 296 Dupont, dwl 

N s Union bet Dupont and Kearny 
Bohner Charles, barber, 79 Kearny, dwl SW cor 

Bush and Kearny 
Boido Dominick, fisherman, dwl S s Yallejo nr 

Powell, rear 
Boilleau Ferdinand, cashier with A. Borel, dwl 

227 Sacramento 
Boink Henry ( Van Laak & Co.) bds What 

Cheer House 
Boiro Louis, salesman with Ackerman Bros, dwl 

Powell nr Broadway 



Boisol Charles, druggist, 125 California 

Eugene, hair-dresser, liio Commercial, 

dwl 117 Sacramento 
Boisse Hermione Madame dressmaker, 1 17 Sac 
Boitano Andrean, dwl W s Bannam Plan, xu 

I Ihion 
Bokee P. McKenzie, clerk with City and County 

Treasurer, dwl Fella Alley 
Bokee William (). 1 100k -keeper, 127 Sacramento, 

bds with Reynolds Davis 
Poland James, grocer, SE cor Harrison and 

Ritter 
Poland John, butcher, dwl Xs Mission bet First 

and Second 
Boland John, contractor, dwl N s Union near 

Mason 
Poland (John) & Grey (Wm.) butchers, 27 Bush, 

dwl Mission bet Second and Third 
Boland Martin, paver, dwl S B Sutter bel Mont- 
gomery and Sansome 
Boland Patrick, laborer, Penslev Water Works 
Boland William H. book-keeper, bds Isthmus 

House, First 
Bolard Valery, larger beer saloon, NE cor Du- 
pont and Broadway 
Boldmann A. cook, dwl August Alley 
Boler Thomas, workman with W. ft J. Code 
Bolger John, boiler-maker, Vulcan Foundry 
Boline Daniel, Plaza Hotel 
Bolinger John, with Beythien & Schenk, dwl S 8 

1 '( ist 1 » t Kearny and Dupont 
Boiling George K. musician, dwl 86 Pacific 
Bolster Patrick, liquor saloon, W s Stewart bet 

Mission and Howard 
Bolster Thomas, laborer, bds 59 Minna 
BOLTOX JAMES R. office 100 Merchant, dwl 

XW cor Jones and Greenwich 
Bolton John H. teller with Parrott & Co. bds 

with A. D. Mansfield 
Bomaster Henry, carpenter, dwl 87 Bush, rear 
Bon Baptiste, brick-yard, E s Third bet Brannan 

and Townsend 
Bon Charles, asphaltum, SW cor Third and 

Stevenson and brick-yard cor Third and 

Townsend 
Bona Bona, brick-moulder, bds with H. E. Perry 
Bond Alfred, boiler-maker, dwl rear Peter Camp- 
bell 
BOND CHARLES R. City and County Asses- 
sor, office 1 City Hall, dwl S s Market op 

Montgomery 
Bond Charles W. (Jamon, B. & Co.) res N York 
Bond David, compositor with F. Eastman, dwl 

E s Montgomery bet Jackson and Broadway 
Bond (James B.) & Hale (Henry M.) merchants, 

59 and 61 Sansome, resides New York 
Bond Mary (widow) dwl X s Pacific nr Powell 
Bond Masherita (widow) dwl S s Harrison bet 

Beale and Main 
Bond Richard I carpenter, dwl E s First bet 

Harrison and Bryant 
Bond Thos. J. actor, dwl with Richard L. Bond 
Bonduel Charles, foreman, Echo du Pacifique 
Bone Robert, laborer, dwl S s O'Farrell bet 

Powell and Mason 
Bonell A. Mme. dwl 304 Stockton 
Bones John W. builder, dwl N s Green bet 

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BoneBtell J. Truman, book-keeper with Sperry 
& Co. dwl with ('. B. Hinckley 

Bonestell Louis II. salesman with J. J. Lecount, 
resides Oakland 

Bonel Edmond, wheelwright, dwl 82 Broadway 

Bonis Peter, farrier, eor Yer Mehr and Kearny 

Bonnard Francis A. compositor, Morning Call, 
<l\\i 230 Clay 

Bonnau Thomas, baths, Railroad House, dwl 
with Francis MeKenna 

Bonneau Thomas Chair-dresser, 46 Commercial, 
dwl N s Post bet Montgomery and Kearny 

Bonnel! Ulison C. book-keeper, Evening Bulle- 
tin, dwl S s Minna bet Third and Fourth 

Bonnel] E, clerk with Badger & Lindenberger, 
dwl with A. 0. Bonnel] 

Bonnell Henry, clerk with G. M. Almy, dwl S 
s Minna bet Third and Fourth 

Bonnell Rufus, book-keeper with Geo. L. Story 
&Co. 

Bonneron .T. Auguste, importer wines and 
liquors, 173 Sansome, dwl Ss Sutter bet 
Stockton and Powell 

Bonnet Salvador, clerk with A. Zamet, 53 Mer- 
chant, dwl X s Sac bet Drunim and East 

Bonnel Sosthene, artist, dwl Allele Alley 

Bonney Edward, books and stationery, bds with 
Joel Bonney 

Bouncy Joel, books and stationery, dwl E s Cal- 
houn, bet Green and Union 

Bonney 0. dwl N s Vallejo, first block WLarkin 

Bonny George, clerk, Btmr Sophie McLane 

Bonvalot L broker, dwl 174 Dupont 

Bonvet Julius, laundryman with 0. II. Boutard 

Bonzi (I'ieiro) & Descalzi {Antonio) Italian restau- 
rant, <>1 Merchant 

Bonzin Charles, porter, dwl 42 First 

Boobar Elijah, pile-driver, dwl S s Tehama Place 
near First 

Booken Christian, grocer, NW corner Bush and 
Dupont, dwl 150 Bush 

Booker Lewis, dwl NW cor Davis and Clay 

BOOKER W. LANE, H. B. M. Consul, office 126 
California, up stairs, dwl Union Club 

Bookstaver Samuel J. butcher, dwl 237 Wash 

Boole Wm. A." ship carpenter, dwl Zoe Place, nr 
Folsom 

Boon John, pantryman, Tremont House 

Boone John, molder, Albion Foundry 

Boone John Baptiste, liquor saloon, W side San- 
some near Washington 

Boone Wm. H. architect and builder, bds. What 
Cheer House 

Booraem Thomas, teamster, dwl S s Stevenson 
near Second 

Booth [Adam) k Co. (Alexander Nicholson) pro- 
duce commission, I and 6 Merchant, dwl Ws 
Mas<m bet Union and Green 

Booth Charles, ship-joiner, dwl W s Drumm bet 
Jackson and Pacific 

Booth Samuel E. dwl 225 Dupont 

Booth James ( Wm. Booth & Co.) res New York 

Booth {Junius B.) & Rye r {George) managers 
Lyceum Theatre, NW cor Mont ami Wash, 
dwl W s Calhoun bet Union and (Ireen 

Booth Newton (Booth & Co. Sacramento) office 
NW cor Front and Commercial, dwl Hotel 
International 



Booth Wm. k Co. (Jos. Booth) impts and manfs 
hats. 66 Sacramento, dwl N s Tehama bet 
First and Second 

Boothby Win. L. teamster, dwl 55 Minna. 

Boot/, Adam. Sacramento lintel, S s Pao nr San 

Boozane John, laborer, Fort Point bds Fori Point 

Borchers | Hem y) & TerrUl ( Wm. L.) fruits, 8W 

cor Davis and Jackson 
Borchardt Hermann, clerk with S. S. Arnheim 
Borde Auguste, laundry, dwl Es Powell mi Ireen 
Borde Francis, with Louis Peres, dwl 137 Kearny 
Borde Frit/,, clerk, dwl E s Powell nr Green 
Bordwell H. W. millwright Golden Age Mill, 

dwl W s Third above Brannan 
Bordwell Waleott, engineer, dwl F s Hampton 

Place nr Folsom 
Bordwell W. W. clerk with P. D. Conro & Co. 

dwl N s Sutter nr Stockton 
BOREL ALFRED, merchant, NW cor Jackson 

and Montgomery, dwl 284 Stockton 
Borens Mrs. dwl S s Broadway nr Mason 
Borger Christian, jeweler, boards Oregon House, 

Stewart 
Borle Louis, servant with Mrs. M. H. Ya 
Borman Henry, cooper, bds 62 and 64 Pacific 
Born ( C7mm. ) & Kosch (John)Vhn\<m hair-dress- 
ing saloon, American Theatre building 
Born (Philip) & Gordon (Sheldon S.) Philadelphia 

Exchange Restaurant, 80 Montgomery 
Bornais Francois, gardener, Presidio Road near 

Lagoon 
Borne W. H. pyrotechnist, bds Dashaway House 
Borneman Francis G. florist, NW corner F'olsom 

and McLaren Lane 
Bornhar Frank, tailor, dwl cor Tehama and Third 
Bernstein Julius ( (Jreen k B.) dwl S s Green bel 

Dupont and Kearny 
Borthwick Robert, porter with A. M. Gilmau & 

Co. dwl S s Vallejo nr Dupont 
Boruck Marcus D. (Chase k B.) editor Spirit of 

the Times, dwl S s Jackson nr Mason 
Bosch Win. II. drayman with A. T. Ladd 
Boscher Fabian, steward, dwl Union House. 
Boschulte Theodore, dwl N side Jessie bet Third 

and Fourth 
Boscowitz Leopold, book-keeper with Wm. Lang- 

ernian, dwl Sullivan building, Pacific 
Bose John, dwl NW cor Howard and Third 
Bose John, hog ranch, N s Folsom nr Price 
Boshen N. (F. Hayes k Co.) bds with Frederick 

Hayes 
Bosken John, carpenter, dwl W s Powell nr Post 
Bosley D. W. clerk with McLean & Fowler, dwl 

Brooks House 
Bosnian A. (C. Koojmanschap k Co.) res Hong- 
kong 
Bosquet Andrew, clerk with A. P. Hotaling S 

Co. dwl NE eor Jackson and Sansome 
Bosqui Kdw. real-estate agent, room 5 Na| 

building, res Contra Costa 
Bossehnan Wm. (.1 ngelis k B.) dwl 102 Mont- 
gomery Block 
Bossom Phillip, laborer, Fort Point 
Boston Lewis, handcartman, NW cor Davis and 

Washington 
BOSTON JOSEPH, depot Kirby, Jones & Co.'s 

Tannery aud importer leather, 90 Wash, 

dwl S s Pine nr Stockton 



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M.irv W. (widow) washing, dwl SE cor 
.It'ssic and Jane 
Boewel] s.. Washington Market, bds with E. 8. 

Mavis 
Boswel] S. li. (Ring k B.) dwl 8 I Howard bet 

Thinl and Fourth 
Bosworth Oharles W. porter with John Y. Wil- 
son, dwl sis cor Busli and Sanso 
Bosworth George !■'. compositor Herald, dwl 

What Cheer House 
BOSWORTH JOHN H. & CO. (Geo. B. Gam- 
moms and L. .1. Sanderson) wholesale gro- 
oeriea and provisions, 68 Front, dwl W s 
Taylor i m-i Filbert and ( Greenwich 
Bosworth Wm. commission merchant, dwl W s 
Prospect Place nr Clay 
i Iharles, dwl SW cor Kearny and Com 
Bothe Charles Mrs. midwife, SW corner Sacra- 
mento and Commercial 
Bothwick R. laborer with Geo. W. Blasdell 
Bottcher (Dietrich) & Co. (John Barms) liquors, 
Davis nr Broadway, dwl SE cor Union and 
Kearny 
Bottomry James, miner, dwl New York Hotel 
Bottum Geo R. book-keeper with Dodge ft Shaw, 

dwl SW cor California and Prospect Place 
Boucher Charles, laborer, dwl SW cor First and 

Tehama 
BOUCHER (Eugene) & GARWIG (Constant) 

tailors, 123 Sacramento, dwl 123 Pine 
Boudin G. bakery N s Green nr Stockton 
Bouisson Julius, hatter with J. Wares 
Boulden George T- constable 5th Township, S s 

Market op Mont, dwl Stevenson nr Second 
Boullet Joseph, commission, dwl E s Powell 

bet Sacramento and Clay 
Boullet Joseph Jr. bds with Joseph Boullet 
Boulon E. dwl S s Union, between Powell and 

Stockton, rear 
Boulsrn J. E. seaman, bds 33 and 35 Clay 
Bouquet C. A. Mrs. groceries, 200 Pacific 
Bourbin James, carpenter, dwl N side Broadway 

bet Leavenworth and Hyde 
Bourdiu Pierre, Point Lobos garden, nr Mountain 

Lake 
Bourgade Cheri, grocer, 325 Dupont 
Bourke Michael, carpenter, bds 92 Pacific 
BOURN WILLIAM B. shipping merchant, 64 
Front up-stairs, dwl cor Third and Brannau 
Bourne Elisha W. book-keeper with Macondray 

& Co. dwl N s Bryant nr Second 
BOURNE GEORGE M water-cure physician 
and electro-chemical baths, S s Market opp 
Montgomery 
Bourne John, book-keeper with Castle & Free- 
born, dwl 6 Tehama 
Bourne Russell, office 92 Front, dwl with D. D. 

Shattuck 
Bourns Robert, seaman, dwl Union House, Stw't 
Bourquiu Charles, surgeon dentist, 261 Dupont 
Bousser Edward, clerk with E. Cordier, 125 

Sansome 
Boutard Charles H. French laundry 155 Jessie 
Bouton Alcide, dwl Filbert nr Taylor 
Bouwan William, painter, dwl Filbert nr Hyde 
Bovee James S. policeman, city hall, dwl W s 

Kearny nr Green 
Bovee William, waterman, bds Battery St House 



BOVEE WILLIAM H. ft CO. (Ira Marden k. 
James .1. Fblger,) coffee and spice 123 Front, 
residence < lakland 

Bovyer William L carpenter, dwl N s Pine bet 

Taylor and .1"; 
Boveral ( Claud) & Co. manufacturers tobacco, 94 

Broadway 
Boveral .loan, machinist, Albion Foundry 
Bow Jeremiah, drayman with C. G. Finney &Co. 
Bowden Charles S. book-keeper, with J. M. Shat- 
tuck ft Co. dwl N a Pine above Kearny 
Bowden John, porter, with Wells, Fargo & Co. 

dwl E s Mary Lane, rear 
Bowden Joseph, dwl Filbert bel Eyde and Lev 
Bowdoin William M. (Taylor & It) 189 Wash 
Bowen Archibald W. laborer, dwl NE cor Alta 

and Montgomery 
Bowen (Charles) ft Co. (Ibrdvnand Pope,) hair 

dressers, 216 Wash, bds with Fer'd Pope 
BOWEN (CharlesR) A BROTHEB (Pardon 

M. Bowen) groceries, BE cor Mont and Cal, 

dwl S s Howard nr Fourth 
Bowen Dennis, hostler, with William Rawls, dwl 

16 St. Marys Place 
Bowen Ezekiel C. foreman, coining room U. S. 

Branch Mint, dwl S s Sutter nr Jones 
Bowen G. C. physician and druggist, SW cor 

Clay and Kearny, dwl 209 (lay 
Bowen James B. (Dietrich & B.) dwl S s Broad- 
way nr Mason 
Bowen Michael, laborer, dwl W s Spring nr Cal 
Bowen Pardon M. (Bowen & Brother,) res Stock- 
ton Cal 
Bowen S. M. dwl E s Stockton nr Lombard 
Bowen Timothy, laborer, dwl with Mieh'l Bowen 
Bowen Walter J. machinist, dwl 107 Dupont 
Bower George W. clerk with A. J. Sweetser, dwl 

28 Prospect Place 
Bower M. mason, dwl 177 Pine 
Lower Mary Mrs. dom. with Mrs. T. B. Parker 
Bowers Alexander, dwl N s Pacific nr Larkin 
Bowers Charles A. compositor, Morning Call, dwl 

N s Geary nr Dupont 
Bowers John B. (Davis & B.) dwl with W. B. 

Bourn 
BOWIE AUGUSTUS J. physician, office 174 

Clay, dwl XW cor Stockton and Sutter 
Bowie David, book-keeper, with J. J. Lecount, 

111 Montgomery 
Bowie Mary, (widow) dwl S s Sac bet Powell and 

Stockton 
Bowie Michael D. porter with Geo. F. Bragg <fc Co. 
Bowie M. D. porter, dwl Penn Avenue 
Bowler John T. marble yard, S s Market bet 

Second and Third, bds Mech Hotel. Market 
Bowler Mary (widow) seamstress, dwl N s Jes- 
sie bet Second and Third 
Bowler Thomas, laborer, dwl S s Stevenson bet 

Second and Ecker 
Bowles George R. dwl E s Larkin nr Yallejo 
Bowles John, store-keeper. American Exchange 
Bouwman Bernardus, boots and shoes, NW cor 

Sutter and Trinity 
Bowman Charles C. merchant, NW cor Mont and 

Jackson 
Bowman Francis, builder, dwl with Jas. Landers 
Bowman Geo. F. purser, P. M. S. S. Co. stmr 
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Bowman Hermann, chvl with Mrs. Nancy Ban- 
over 

Bowman James, dwl S s Sacramento bet Mason 
and Powell 

Bowman James, real estate, office 126 Cal dwl 
80 Bush 

Bowman James F. (Belknap & B.) dwl Green nr 
Mason 

Bowman Joel K. (J. Gardner & Co.) dwl SE 
cor Third and Howard 

Bowman Peter E. speculator, dwl 64 Sansome 

Bowman S. P. with John Gardner & Co. 
dwl N s Tehama bet Third and Fourth 

Bowne George M. dwl with W. F. Bowne 

Bowne William F. forwarding- merchant, dwl Ws 
Fremont bet Folsom and Harrison 

Boyce Patrick, laborer, dwl rear "William Evans, 
Silver 

Bovce Samuel, dwl with Thomas Boyce 

BOYCE THOMAS, advertising- agent, NE cor 
Mont and Wash, dwl X s Bryant nr Third 

Boyd Alexander, commissioner of deeds, with 
Janes, Lake & Boyd, dwl with Wm. Munfrey 

Boyd < Jeorge Capt. brig Merchantman, pier 1 Stwt 

Boyd ( ieorge S. dentist, with Dr. G. Burdell, dwl 
111 Clay 

Boyd James T. (Janes, Lake & B.) dwl N s Mis- 
sion nr Simmons 

Boyd John, bds with Mrs. C. Merkle 

Boyd John, builder, dwl NW cor Bush and Mil- 
ton Place 

Boyd John, segars and tobacco, 272 Stockton and 
37 Jackson 

Boyd John D. polisher, with M. E. Hughes, dwl 

5 s John bet Powell and Mason 

Boyd Joseph, tinsmith, W s Davis nr Pacific, dwl 

SW cor Davis and Pacific 
Boyd Oliver D. (Alden & B.) dwl Tehama House 
Boyd Oscar H. hatter, with LeGay & Co. dwl 150 

Commercial 
BOYD THEODORE C. engraver, and agent Epis. 

Ch. Book Soc. 149 Clay, dwl Ss Tehama nr 

Second 
Boyd William, capt. ship Visurgis, pier 1 Stewart 
Boyd William A. clerk, Howard Market, corner 

Howard and Second 
Boyellc AugUSte, workman with J. H. Cordier 

6 Co. 129 Commercial 

Boyer William, shoemaker, W s Russ nr Folsom 
Boyes Charles, clothing, 38 J Montgomery 
Boyle Agnes F. Mrs. furnished rooms, SW cor 

First and Howard 
Boyle Barney, laborer, with George D. Nagle 
Boyle Edward, laborer, dwl NW cor Powell and 

Pine 
Bojde Edward, laborer, dwl S s Hunt bet Second 

and Third 
Boyle James, hostler, 194 Kearny 
Boyle James, at gold refinery, cor Brannan and 

Harris 
Boyle James, ship carpenter, dwl NW cor Third 

and Bryant 
Boyle John, gas-fitter with Britton, Rey & 

O'Brien, bds Manhattan House 
Boyle Thomas, ship-joiner, dwl N s California 

bet Powell and Stockton 
Boyle William L. dentist with Dr. G. Burdell, 

bds with L. M. Alverson 



Boylen Charles, fruit store, 360 Stockton 

Boylen Joseph, bds 89 Bush 

Boylen Patrick, laborer, dwl E s Fourth bet 

Mission and Market 
Boynton C. bds What Cheer House 
Boyuton Charles E. carriage-maker with Ham- 
ilton & White, dwl cor Spring and Summer 
Boynton C. Whitman, engineer, S. F. Water 

Works, dwl NW oor Sansome and Wash 
Boynton N. C. bds What Cheer House 
Boynton Orrin P. drayman with Greene, Heath & 

Allen, dwl Ritch bet Harrison and Folsom 
Boynton William, butcher, with Charles Broad 
Boyreau C. cashier with Y. Marziou, dwl E s 

Chatham Place nr Bush 
BOYSEN CHARLES, hats and caps, 84 Kearny 
Boysen Julius, hatter, dwl W s Front bet Market 

and Pine 
Boyson P. laborer, bds 43 Sansome 
Brach George, confectioner, 304 Stockton 
Bracket J. B. carpenter, S s Pacific bet Hyde 

and Larkin 
Brackett Nathaniel, millwright, dwl N s Howard 

bet First and Second 
Brackett (Witticum L.) & Keyes (Orson H.) Stew- 
art St Market, W s Stewart bet Market and 

Mission, dwl N s Tehama bet First and Second 
Bradbury James W. book-keeper, with John 

Quinn, dwl 87 Battery 
Bradbury L. merchant, dwl 139 Jackson 
Bradbury Louis L. (Dearborn & Co. Umpqua) 

office 7 Custom House Block 
Bradbury Osgood N. clerk with 0. F. Giffin&Bro. 

dwl S s Minna bet Second and Third 
Bradbury William B. contractor and builder, 8 

Third, dwl E s Third bet Mission and Minna 
Bradehoff Charles (L. Feldmann & Co.) dwl cor 

Davis and Pacific 
Brader Christian, NW cor Pacific and Stockton 
Brader Louis, Stockton Exchange, NW corner 

Pacific and Stockton 
Bradford C. bds What Cheer House 
Bradford G. B. dwl S s Tehama bet First and 

Second 
Bradford Rebecca (widow, colored) E s Yirginia 

nr Washington 
Bradford Thomas G. (A. S. Hallidie & Co.) dwl 

179 Stockton 
Bradhoff Henry dwl 65 Washington 
Bradley A. laborer, Fort Point 
Bradley B. F. dwl N s Tehama bet First and 

Second 
Bradley George, clerk with Loud, Hosmer & Co. 

dwl SE cor Sansome and Commercial 
Bradley Henry W. importer daguerrian materials, 

177 Clay, dwl 263 Sacramento 
Bradley Hugh, plasterer, dwl W s Mason nr Bdwy 
Bradley James, engineer, dwl with Michael Lynch 
Bradley James, saloon, N s Pacific nr Davis 
Bradley James H. miner, dwl S s Clay bet Mason 

and Taylor 
Bradley M. bds Benton House 
Bradley Mark, baker, bds Mission St House 
Bradley Peter, laborer, Fort Point 
BRADSHAW r {Samuel C.) & CO. (Turell T. 

Bradshaw) grocers, NE cor California and 

Sansome, dwl N s Post nr Kearny 
Bradshaw Samuel C. Jr. clerk, Bradshaw & Co. 



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Bradshaw Turell T. (Bradahaw & Co.) dwl with 

s. c. Bradshaw 
Brad< Gterreon, policeman, dwl E s Miles Place 

nr Sacramento 
Brad; Benjamin, grocer, dwl N s Yallejo near 

Kearny 
Brady Benjamin, speculator, 17 and 49 California 
Brady Caroline Mrs. millinery, K * Kearny bet 

Pine and Bush 
Brady ('aniline (widow) dwl X s St. Marks Place 

bel Dnponl and Stockton 
Brady Frank, porter, What Cheer House 
Brady Henry J. dark with W. W. Stow, dwl 

Posl nr Dnponl 

Brady James, dwl SW OOr Jackson and Kearny 

Brady James Q. compositor, Califomia Farmer, 

dwl N s Green nr Mason 
Brady John, boiler-maker, dwl N s Jessie bet 

First and Anthony 
Brady John, clerk, L08 Washington 
Brady (John) & Moore (James A.) Railroad Ex- 
change, MB cor Kearny and Market 
Brady John, laborer, Davis nr Pacific 
Brady John J. proptr Franklin House, SW cor 

Broadway and Sansome 
Brady John R. carpenter, dwl NE cor Jessie and 

Annie 
Brady Joseph, laborer, C. S. N. Co. dwl N s 

Stevenson bet Second and Ecker 
Brady Mary, domestic, J. H. Swain 
Brady Mathew. laborer, lids with Bernard Dunn 
Brady Michael, laborer, Fort Point 
Brady Owen, hackman with John Finch, Buck- 
eye Stable, Market 
Brady P. (widow) dwl W s Brooks bet Market 

and Geary 
Brady Patrick, workman with James Hagan, 

dwl N s Broadway bet Kearny and Dupont 
Brady Patrick, hostler 'with B. F. Fish & Co. dwl 

Bush bet Sansome and Montgomery 
Brady R. bds What Cheer House 
Brady Robert, gas-fitter, with John B. Shaffer 
Brady Thomas, bar-keeper, Tehama Exchange 

saloon, dwl Vincent nr Green 
Brady Thomas, cook, dwl SW cor Hinckley and 

Pinckney Place 
Brady Thomas, Xew York Dry Goods Store, 53 

Montgomery, dwl S s Sutter bet Stockton 

and Powell 
Brady Thomas A. law reporter, Herald, dwl 185 

California 
Bragdon J. mason, dwl 222 Stockton 
Bragdon Samuel H. tinsmith with Hubbard & Co. 

dwl Union Place 
Bragg (Albert and Charles A.) & Co. (William 

D. Lawrence and John D. Given) Hale's 

Patent Lamps, Kerosene, etc. 200 Wash 
Bragg Charles A. (Bragg & Co.) 200 Wash 
Bragg George F. Co. importers and commission 

merchants, 39 California, dwl 234 Wash 
Bragg Mary (widow) nurse, dwl with R. Bragg 
Bragg Robert, ship-joiner, dwl W s Main bet 

Folsom and Harrison 
Braghi Rinaldo, saloon, NE corner Harris and 

Brannan 
Braidhoff C. (Feldmann & Co.) dwl SE corner 

Drumm and Pacific 
Brainard F. A. bds Columbia House, Stewart 



BRALY M. A. commission merchant, \'\V em- 
Front and Commercial, dwl X b Stevenson 
iiet Third and Fourth 
Bramson Henry, machinisl with Win. Ware 
Bramstone ' tea with Gutting & Co. dwl 2 l Davit 
Branch (Lewis II.) & Co. (Jos. McBay) butchers, 
284 Jack 

Branch Win. bakery, fruits and confectionery, 

310 Dupont 
Brand Arifltide, accountant with J. Baulnier ft 

Co. dwl 2 15 Washington 
Brand Herman, manufacturer cigars, l'»i Clay 
Brand Marie Mine, dress-maker, dwl SW corner 

Washington and Spoft'ord 
Brandenstein Joseph (A. 8. Rosenbaum & Co.) 

dwl 35 Minna 
Brander John L. (Hazelquist & B.) 272 Jackson 

bet Powell and Stockton 
Brandes J. Fred, workman with J. H. Cordier & 

Co. 129 Commercial 
Brandon Joseph H. real-estate agent, 3 Xaglee's 

bdg, dwl SW cor Folsom and Hawthorne 
Brands James, foreman Sutter Iron Works, bds 

Bagle Hotel 
Brands Sarah Mrs. liquor saloon, 6 Washington 
Brandstetter George J. bar Union Hotel, Plaza. 

dwl W s Kearny nr Broadway 
Brandt Bernard L. sign-painter, 100 California, 

dwl Minna bet Fourth and Fifth 
Brandt John, laborer, dwl with Henry Matta 
Brandt Louis, shoemaker, bds 62 and 64 Pacific 
Brangon Richard M. (Hatch & Co.) dwl N s Clay 

above Powell 
Brankin Michael, clerk with Crosby & Dibblee, 

dwl N s Greenwich nr Stockton 
Brannan James, book-keeper, Alta Telegraph 

office, dwl with John Iliggins 
Brannan John, agent Sam'l Brannan, office 110J 

Mont, dwl 38 Second 
Brannan John, laborer, dwl E s Beale between 

Mission and Market 
Brannan Martin, contractor, dwl W s Battery bet 

Yallejo and Green 
Brannan (Patrick) & Dunnigan (Patrick) black- 
smiths, 16 Spring, dwl N s Pine nr Dupont 
Brannan Patrick, glass-blower, dwl Winthrop 

House, Mission 
BRAXXAX SAMUEL, office 3 Masonic HalL 

1104. Montgomery, dwl 38 Second 
Branscheid William, boots and shoes, dwl X s 

Pacific nr Stockton 
Branson Ware, sailmaker with Harding & Line- 
kin, dwl 53 Montgomery 
Brant George, sailmaker with W. H. Petty, dwl 

213 Kearny 
Brant James, machinist, bds 12 Clementina 
Brant Wm. B. brick-mason, dwl Jones bet Broad- 
way and Yallejo 
Brantingham C. bds What Cheer House 
Brasch John, printer, dwl Broderick Engine 

House, No. 1 
Brash John, peddler, dwl S s Berry nr Dupont 
Brassard John B. wood worker with T. Ogg 

Shaw, bds Pacific Exchange 
Bratton John, painter with J. R. Kelly, dwl 

junction California and Market 
Bratz Henry, barkeeper with Angelis & Bossel- 

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Brauer {Aloys) & Co. (Chat. Buehl) editors and 

proprietors California Chronik, SE cor Mont- 
gomery and Sacramento 

Brauer Aloys (Fred'k Hess & Co.) and (Brauer & 

Co.) dwl Mason nr Broadway 
Brauer (Clous) & Co. (Henry Schroder) groceries 

and liquors, NE cor Sansome and Pacific 
Brauning ( (Tm.) & Scheper (John) groceries and 

liquors, SB cor Pacific and Kearny, dwl N s 

Union nr Kearny 
BRAYKRMAN (Louis) & LEVY (John) impor- 
ters watches, jewelry, etc. 167 Washington, 

dwl Minna bet Third and Fourth 
Bravuse Mdme. teacher English, German, etc. 

7.") Vallejo 
Brawley Patrick, hair-dresser with P. Campion, 

dwl N 8 Sutter bet Kearny and Mont 
Bray Daniel, seaman, dwl National House 
Bray Edward, seaman, lids Sacramento 
BRAY & BROTHER (John G. & W. A. Bray 

commission merchants and agents Alviso 

Flour Mills, 90 Front, res Santa Clara 
Bray Walter, actor at Bella Union Melodeon, dwl 

38 Montgomery 
Bray W. A. (Bray & Brother) res Brooklyn, 

Alameda county 
Bray "Win. second-mate Sonora, dwl Es Russ nr 

Folsom 
Brayton Israel H. seaman, bdfl Manhattan House, 

cor Front and Broadway 
Brayer John (Larrabee & B.) dwl Mont Blk 
Brazel (John IT.) & McCarthy (J). J.) Georgia 

Hotel and Restaurant, 211 Kearny 
Breant Leon, tailor, 114 Dupont 
Brecht Augustus, wood and coal, dwl N s Geary 

bet Stockton and Dupont 
Brecht Frederick, with Augustus Brecht 
Breda Celeste Mme. liquor saloon, 91 Broadway 
Bredhoff Henry, Bashaway Saloon, East bet 

Washington and Merchant 
Bredon John, tinsmith, dwl 49 Bush 
Bree John, brass finisher with W. T. & J. Gar- 
raft, dwl SE cor Second and Natoma 
Breed Daniel C. (B. & Chase) dwl S s Wash bet 

Powell and Mason 
BREED (Da aid N. and Daniel C.) & CHASE 

(Andrew J.) groceries and provisions, 94 

Clay, dwl S s Wash bet Powell and Mason 
Breed Jose, hackman at Wm. N. Wade's, 126 

Broadway 
Breen J. bds What Cheer House 
Breen John, cooper with II. Gallagher & Co. dwl 

NW cor Stockton and Sacramento 
Breen Thomas, brass foundry, 12 Battery, dwl 

23 Battery 
Breeze Lewis A. dwl S s Bush bet Taylor and 

Mason 
Breeze Thomas (Eugene Kelly & Co.) dwl N s 

Bush bet Mason and Taylor 
Breidenstein Leonidas, jewelry box-maker, 175 

Wash, dwl S s St. Marks Place nr Dupont 
Breisaeher L., Pioneer Market, SE cor Dupont 

and Sutter 
Breisaeher S. baker with Hoesch & Co. 
Brekle G., Golden Gate Brewery, N s Union bet 

Jones and Leavenworth 
Bremer Hermann (Schonfeld & B.) dwelling 100 

Kearny 



Bremer William, driver, Empire Brewery, dwl 

10G Jessie 
Bremen John, shutter-maker, with John R.Sims 
Brenan Michael, porter Metropolitan liot> 

37 Trinity 
Brener Chas. music teacher, dwlJacob Haehnlen 
Brenham Charles J. Notary Public and Commis- 
sioner of Deeds, NW cor Mont and Meivht, 

dwl N s Green nr Stockton 
Brenna John, drayman, with F. Henderson 
Brennan Edward, porter with Taaffe, McCahOl 

& Co. dwl 56 Stevenson 
Brennan James, laborer, with Wm. C. Walker 
Brennan (Janus) & Co. (John McHugh,) produce 

commission 28 Clay 
Brennan James, workman, with J. G. Clark & Co. 
Brennan John, bds St. Charles notel, First 
Brennan John, laborer, Bensley Water Works 
Brennan John, salesman, with Kerby, Byrne & 

Co. bds cor Sutter and Montgomery 
Brennan John, dwl cor Polk and Green 
Brennan Margaret, (widow) dwl 56 Stevenson 
Brennan Thomas, dry goods, W s Third between 

Everett and Minna 
Brennan Thomas W. dwl N s Natoma bet Jane 

and Second 
Brenncn Michael, porter, Metropolitan Hotel 
Brenner Anthony (Brenner & Br o.) dwl G2 Kearny 
Brenner ( George) & Brother (Anthony Brenner) 

tailors, 62 Kearny 
Brenscheid William, ( C. Staib & Co.) dwl Pacific 

bet Powell and Stockton 
Breslauer Julius, clerk, 141 Sacramento 
Bresse Frederick, cigar maker, dwl 75 Davis 
Bresse Louis, dwl N s O'Farrell bet Dupont and 

Stockton 
Bresson Joseph, prop Tivoli House, S s Center 

between Mission and Valencia 
Bretzel Augustus, machinist, bds Phil'a nouse 
Breuer Jacob, carpenter, S s Market bet Third 

and Fourth 
Brewer John II. attorncy-at-law and member 

Board Education, 41 Mont Block, dwl NE cor 

Montgomery and California 
Brewster Benjamin (Jennings & 7?.) res N. York 
Brewster Edward, cook, with John Hart 
Brewster Eliza (widow) nurse, dwl E s Powell 

nr Washington 
Brewster John, plumber, dwl SE Brannan St. 

Bridge, Potrcro 
Brewster John Jr. painter, with J. McAlpin, bds 

What Cheer House 
BPvEWSTER R. E. & CO. (0. Dickinson, Jr. 

and James Harrold^ wholesale grocers, NW 

cor Front and Clay, dwl NW cor Harrison 

and Second 
Brewton James, laborer, with George D. Naglo 
Brewton James G. dwl 19 Minna 
Brewton John C. dwl 19 Minna 
Breyfogle C bds What Cheer House 
Breyfogle W. 0. bds What Cheer House 
Briant Edward, messenger, Custom House, dwl 

S s Chestnut nr Stockton 
Briant Joseph, clerk, with C. P. Marshall, dwl 

NE cor Front and Sac 
Briant Wolford, waterman, dwl S s Chestnut in 

rear bet Powell and Stockton 
Brickell John, bds Niantic Hotel 



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BRICKWEDEL CHARLES II. prop Steamer 

Dining Saloon, Stewarl m- Folsom St Wharf 

Brickwedel Francis, dark, SW cor Market and 

Kirs i 
BRICKWEDEL IIKXRY & CO. ( Otto Kloppen- 

bvrg,) importers and jobbers wines and 

liquors, is Front, dwl 268 Powell 
BrickwedeU (Aaron) k Brothers, (John and Ja- 
cob) grocers, N K cot day and War Place 
BrickwedeU Jacob, (Briekwedell A Bros.) dwl NE 

cor ('lay ami Waverlej Place 
BrickwedeU John (/>'. .v Brothers,) groceries and 

liquors, <l\vl oor First and Market 
Bridge William, drayman, lids Battery St. House 
Bridge William K. drayman, Bggers & Co. dwl 

with Mrs. Buster, Montgomery 
Bridgers Richard P. engineer, Fort Point, dwl 

Furt Point nr wharf 
Bridgwood Samuel, seaman, dwl S s Jessie bet 

First and Anthony 
Briel II. upholsterer, bds "What Cheer House 
Brigant Louis, cook. Railroad House 46 Com 
BrighamO. 0. (BaUtB.) dwl S s Minna bet 

Third ami Fourth 
Brigham William II. druggist, 131 Com dwlNW 

cor Second and Clementina 
Bright John, dwl NW cor Drumm and Jackson 
Bright John, laborer, Bensley Water Works 
Bright Robert, dwl S s Pacific nr Powell 
Briggs Alfred, clerk, Justinien Caire, dwl S s 

Union nr Dupont 
Briggs Benjamin F. clerk, Bull, Baker & Co. bds 

with Mrs. Elizabeth Cameron 
Briggs Castor, porter with Howes & Winant, dwl 

142 Clay 
BRIGGS EDGAR, cigars 150 Mont, dwl Ns 

Folsom bet Third and Fourth 
Briggs Edward T. wood-carver, with Ackley & 

Davidson 
Briggs Ephraim, mariner, dwl NE cor Dupont 

and Union 
Briggs Geo. X. milk ranch, cor Bush and Larkin 
Briggs Geo. W. stoves and tin ware, 80 Stock- 
ton, dwl S s Union nr Mason 
Briggs James C. dwl SW cor Brd'wy and Dup't 
Briggs John, drayman, bds 26 Battery 
Briggs Oscar D. with E. Briggs, dwl Folsom bet 

Third and Fourth 
Brigman J. tailor, with S. 0. Alexander, dwl cor 

Green and Stockton 
Brignardello Xicholi, clerk, Brignardello & Bro. 

dwl 191 Pacific 
BRIGNARDELLO (S.) & MACCHIAVELLO 

(John, ) vermicelli and macaroni manufactory 

164 Sans, dwl W s Stock bet Cal and Sac 
Brignardello (Santiago) & Bro. (Stephen Brignar- 
dello, ) hardware and crockery 191 Pacific, 

dwl W s Stockton nr Cal 
Brignardello Stephen, (Brignardello & Bro.) 191 

Pacific 
Briker James F. baker, dwl NW cor Russ Court 

and Trinity 
Briler D. painter, dwl NW cor Bush and Mont 
Brincken Adolph, liquor saloon, N s King nr 

Third 
Brinckerhoff E. A. messenger, Wells, Fargo & Co. 
Brindker Charles, glazier, dwl S s St Marks Place 

bet Kearny and Dupont 



Brindle William, stone mason, dwl N" s Jessie bet 

First and Anthony 
Briody Margaret, domestic with I'. If. Cootey 
Brion Josephine, Mme, dwl 242 Jackson, rear 
Briones Josefs Donna, dwl W s Kearny nr Union 

Brisch William, farmer, lids 02 'and (J 1 Pacific 
Brisoo John, teamster, dwl Ohio nr Broadway 
Brisk EuleUB, clothing. 17 Jackson 
Brisson Louis (./. Renault A Co.) 222 Pacific, 

Joseph D. attorney-at-law, 102 Merchant, 
bds with Mrs. M. II. Vales. 
Bn stow Andrew (colored) clerk with J. G. Mar- 
shall 
Britleng Philipena Mrs. dwl S s Post bet Dupont 

and Kearny, rear 
BRITTAN JOHN W. importer stoves and met- 
als, 34 Front 
Brittingham Edward L. Faneuil Hall Market, 38 

First 
Britton Charles A. (colored) washing fluid, 10 

Virginia Place 
Britton Fanny (widow) dressmaker, 78 Mont 
Britton (Joseph) & Co. (Henry Steinegger & X. 

Van de Casteele) lithographers, XL cor Mont 

and Com, and member Board Supervisors, 

dwl S s Union nr Tavlor 
BRITTON (Jos.) REY ( Jaques J.) & O'BRIEN 

(John H.) gas fitters and plumbers, 168 

Montgomery 
Britton Robert, dwl NE cor Wash and Mont 
Britzuis Michael, cigar-maker with M. Milzner, 

63 Merchant 
Broad Charles, market, Stevenson nr Ecker, dwl 

6 Ecker 
Broady Elizabeth, domestic with G. Hosmer 
Broadway Wharf Co. office NE cor Front and 

and Jackson 
Brock C. C. dwl Hartman Place 
Brocas J. W. ladies' department P. 0. dwl NW 

cor Jackson and Mason 
Brocklebank Manuel T. office NE cor Mont and 

California, dwl Oriental Hotel 
Brodek Getz, shoemaker, Davis bet Broadway 

and Pacific 
Brodek Rudolph, barber, 294 Stockton 
Brodek Samuel, barber, 37 Pacific 
Broderick David, shoemaker, N s Mission bet 

Second and Third 
Broderick Mary Miss, dwl with Joseph Nolan 
Broderick Patrick, express driver, dwl S s Pine 

bet Montgomery and Kearny 
Broderick Patrick, liquor saloon, W s First bet 

Xatoma and Minna 
Broderick Thomas, bootmaker, bds Branch Hotel 
Broderick T. J. Philadelphia boot and shoe store 

60 Montgomery 
Brodhun Charles, tailor with Walter & Tompkins, 

dwl cor Merchant and Dunbar Alley 
Brodie James, machinist, Union Foundry, dwl 

N s Howard bet Third and Fourth 
Brodie John P. agent, dwl 377 Powell 
Brodie Michael, laborer, bds 75 Jackson 
BRODIE SAMUEL H. attorney-at-law, 98 Mer- 
chant, dwl 91 Pine 
Brodie William, foreman molders Union Foundry, 

dwl with Jacob Robinson 
Brodwolf George, tador, NW cor Mission and 

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Brogan Michael, dwl with Michael Brogan, Jr 

Brogan Michael Jr. Astor Bakery, SE cor Third 
and Hunt 

Brokate Henry, clerk, with Henry Burmeister 

Brokaw Isaac, bds 80 Montgomery 

Brokaw James (Metcaif k B.) dwl Bush nr San 

Bromberger M. bds St. Nicholas Hotel 

Bromfield Alfred, carpenter with Metealf <fc Bro- 
kaw 

Bromley W. M. Herald Office, dwl S s Lombard 
nr Stockton 

Bromley William P. pilot steamer Antelope, dwl 
N s Riley bet Jones and Taylor 

Brommer [Beury) k Hachman (Henry) groceries 
and liquors, 281 Jackson 

Brommer John, clerk, with Henry Mehrtens 

Bromson Geo. machinist, bds Philadelphia House 

Bronn John F. saloon, SE cor Filbert and Stock 

Bronner Peter, seaman, dwl Union House Stwt 

Bronsdou Phineas, stock dealer, S s Minna nr 
Fourth 

Brook Hermann, ink manufacturer, 22 First 

Brooks Aaron, bedstead and furniture manufac- 
turer, SW cor Mission and Fourth, dwl 194 
Mission 

BROOKS BENJAMIN S. attorney-at-law, 163 
Montgomery, dwl Virginia Block 

Brooks Charles, bds Niantic Hotel 

BROOKS CHARLES W. &. CO. (W. Frank 
Ladd & Ed/ward F. Hall Jr.) shipping and 
com. mchts, 123 Sansome, bds 269 Stockton 

Brooks David, painter, dwl N s Stevenson bet 
Second and Ecker 

Brooks Edmond (Reid & B.) dwl 176 Mont 

Brooks E. L. B. attorney-at-law, 12-1 Montgomery, 
dwl N s Broadway nr Powell 

Brooks Frank W. (George J. Brooks & Co.) Su- 
pervisor 4th dist. dwl N s John nr Powell 

BROOKS GEORGE J. & CO. {Frank W. Brooks) 
importers and dealers in printing, writing 
and wrapping paper, 123 Sansome, bds Ori- 
ental Hotel 

Brooks Henry B. book-keeper, with Gordon, 
Brooks, Backus & Tay, dwl S s Natoma nr 
Jane 

Brooks Henry ( Gordon, Brooks, B. & T.) dwl E s 

Fourth bet Tehama and Folsom 
Brooks James, hardware, bds Philadelphia House 

BROOKS (James) LAWRENCE (Joseph E.) & 

FOARD (J. McD.) editors and proprietors 

Golden Era, Office 151 Clay, dwl 241 Kear 

Brooks James, carpenter, bds Boston Temperance 

House 
Brooks James M. segar-maker, dwl 96 Dupont 
Brooks James N. Central Warehouse, N s Sac- 
ramento bet Front and Davis 
Brooks Jane (widow) dwl S s Brannan bet Har- 
ris and Simmons 
Brooks John, contractor, dwl with Jas. Landers 
Brooks John, tailor, dwl S s Post bet Kearny 

and Dupont 
Brooks John L. cutter, with Walter & Tompkins, 

dwl S s Post nr Kearny 
Brooks John W. ( Gordon, B. Backus & Tay) 

dwl New York 
Brooks Joseph, drayman, dwl S s Everett bet 

Third and Fourth 
Brooks L. bds 21 Sansome 



Brooks (Lorenzo H.) & Bentz (Antoine) liquor 

saloon, SE cor Market and Third 
Brooks Margaret Mrs. (colored) dwl 25 Stone 
Brooks Peter, gardner dwl Broadway W Larkin 
Brooks R. C. Bhip-builder, dwl Ss Stevenson 

bet Third and Fourth 
Brooks Samuel H. State Controller, dwl 146 Sac 
Brooks S. S. contractor, E s Fourth bet Mission 

and Howard 
Brooks T. W. Brooks House, SE cor Pine and 

Sansome 
BROOKS W. H. J. searcher of records, 214 

Washington, dwl S s Green nr Stockton 
Broomfield John, carpenter, bds Dashaway 

House 
Brophy Michael, TJ. S. Appraiser's store, dwl 

N s Geary nr Taylor 
Bros George, barber, bds What Cheer House 
Brosnan Charles M. attorney-at-law. 136 Mont 
Brougham John, barber with Fox & Schmidt, 

dwl El Dorado building 
BROUGHTON NAPOLEON L. Inspector Pro- 
visions, 158 Battery, dwl N s Tehama near 
Second 
Broust Auguste, sugar refiner, dwl SE cor 

Broadwway and Dupont 
Browder Thomas W. attorney-at-law, 33 Mont- 
gomery Block, dwl N s Clay bet Waverley 
Place and Stockton 
Browell Jeremiah, contractor, dwl S s Union nr 

Stockton 
Brower Andrew J. liquor saloon, NE cor Jack- 
son and Drumm, dwl Nelson's Restaurant 
Brower Daniel R. poultry, Clay Market, dwl 

W s Taylor bet Clay and Sacramento 
Brower, John D. carriage-painter, dwl W s Du- 
pont bet Sutter and Post 
Brown A. D. toll-collector, cor Fourth and Mission 
Brown Alexander, engineer dwl S s Perry near 

Third 
BROW r N ALONZO F. importer Indian and 
fancy goods, cutlery etc, 96^ Battery, dwl 
123 Sacramento 
Brown Amelia A. Mrs. agent W r ilcox & Gibbs' 

sewing machines, 78 Montgomery 
Brown Andrew, paver with Geo. W. Blasdell 
Brown Anthony, paver, bds 75 Jackson 
Brown Archibald, stoves and tinware, Ws Third 

bet Tehama and Howard 
Brown Benjamin, policeman, City Hall, dwl S s 

Mission bet Ellen and Brown 
Brown B. R. bds Niantic Hotel 
Brown Brown, carpenter, dwl E s Ritch bet Fol- 
som and Harrison 
Brown Catharine Mrs. dwl W s Yansen bet Ma- 
son and Taylor 
Brown Charles, dwl W s Dolores bet Centre and 

Sparks 
Brown Chas. boder-maker with Coffey & Risdon 
Brown Charles, carpenter, dwl N s Minna bet 

Jane and Third 
Brown Charles, carpenter, dwl S s Sansome bet 

Vallejo and Green 
Brown Charles, fisherman, dwl N s Sacramento 

bet Drumm and East 
Brown Chas. W. furniture wagon, dwl E s Ma- 
son nr Green 
Brown Charles, mariner, bds 186 Sansome 



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Brown Charl .ml tinware. 20 Kearny, 

dwl 8 B St. Marks Place Del Kearny anil 

Dupont 

Brown Chariot, tanner, dwl S\V OOT Turk and 
Taylor 

I :i ■ .-A n Charles P. with Peter Johnson 

Brown Daniel T. Protective Union Bakery, 3<»"> 
Stockton 

Brown David {Benjamin dt B.) dwl 76J Kearny 

Brown David, laborer with (irover & Baker, 91 
Montgom e ry 

Brown David, machine-sewer, bds 59 First 

Brown l». B. policeman, City Kail 

Brown Dominic U 8. 3d Artillery Band, Presidio 

Brown Edmond (colored) laborer, dwl l Dupont 
Alley 

Brown Edward (colored) cook, U. S. steamer 
Active, dwl Ns Union bet Taylor and Jones 

Brown Edward, laborer, Fort Point 

Brown Elizabeth Mrs. dwl 262 Jackson 

Brown Elizabeth (widow) dwl W s Morse bet 
Bush and Pine 

Brown Emanuel, dwl S s Sutter bet Dupont and 
Stockton 

BROWN E. 0. livery and sale stable, 35 Bat- 
tery, bds Railroad House 

Brown Frederick W. waiter, Wimmer's coffee 
saloon, dwl cor Kearny and Broadway 

Brown F. W. dwl W s Mason bet I'nion and 
Filbert 

Brown George, laborer, S s Brannan bet Harris 
and Simmons 

Brown George, real estate agent, 78 Mont 

Brown Geerge F. Jefferson Boarding House, S s 
Market bet Stewart and Spear 

Brown Gideon II. dentist, 75 Yallejo bet Stock- 
ton and Green 

Brown Harvey S. ( Campbell & B.) District At- 
torney, oilice City Hall, dwl 317 Powell 

Brown Henry, bds Western House. Stewart 

Brown Henry, ship carpenter, bds XW cor 
Trinity and Sutter 

Brown Henry A. calker, dwl with William 
Brown Jr. 

Brown Henry C. book-keeper with Baldwin ft 
Josephi, bds SE cor Commercial and San 

Brown Henry S. shipmaster, dwl E s Montgom- 
ery bet Green and Vallejo 

Brown Henry T. bds with Flisha C. Skinner 

Brown 11. 11. laborer, bds Brooks House 

Brown Irason C. carpenter, rooms 13G Dupont 

Brown J. cook, bds George Roeben 

Brown (James, colored) & Dennis ( George, colored) 
livery stable, 138 Sansome, dwl N s Scotland 
bet Union and Greenwich 

Brown James, laborer, dwl E s Mason nr Green- 
wich 

Brown James, laborer, Beusley "Water Works 

Brown James, laborer, Bensley "Water "Works 

Brown James, plasterer, dwl alley E s Mason nr 
OEarrell 

Brown James, sashmaker. Market St. Mills, bds 
89 Bush [Pr\ce 

Brown James, sugar- refiner, cor Harrison and 

Brown James, teamster, dwl S s Union bet Bat- 
tery and Sansome 

Brown James A. drayman with 0. F. Giffin & Bro 
dwl 9 Riley 



Brown James W. as^t cook U. S. Marine Hospital 
Brown James W. mariner, dwl 49 Bush 
Brown Jane Mrs. dwl I'! s Sansome nr Brdwy 

Brown Jesse, bwticr and cheese depot, til Kearny 

Brown J. M. carpenter, dwl with ('apt. Joseph 

Williams 
Brown John (colored) house-cleaner, dwl X s 

I I'nion nr Dupont 

Brown John (colored) porter County Recorder's 
office 

Brown John, carpenter, Albion Foundry 

Brown John. laborer, dwl W s Baldwin Court 
bet Folsotn and Howard 

Brown John, mason, bds Philadelphia House 

Brown John, nurse, U. S. Marine Hospital 

Brown John, ship carpenter, dwl N s Howard 
bet First and Second 

Brown John, ship carpenter, dwl with John Ful- 
ler! 

Brown John D. liquor saloon, W s First bet Mis- 
sion and Minna 

Brown John F. printer, bds 321 Stockton 

Brown John R. carpenter, 70 Davis, dwl X s 
Broadway bet Kearny add Montgomery 

Brown John S. dwl with John P. Nelson 

Brown John V. compositor, Herald, dwl W S 
Stockton bet Broadway and Yallejo 

Brown John W. (colored) job cart, dwl S s Yal- 
lejo nr Larkin 

Brown Joseph, laborer, dwl SW cor Sansome 
and Alta 

Brown Joseph, laborer, dwl X s Pacific bet 
Hyde and Larkin 

Brown J. W. carpenter, bds 89 Bush 

Brown Lawrence A. newspaper carrier, dwl with 
Mrs. Mary A. Brown 

Brown Mary A. (widow) dwl "W s Ritch near 
Harrison 

Brown Mathew, teamster, boards with Mrs. J. 
MoDevitt 

Brown Mehina. bds with Mrs. Elizabeth Brown 

Brown Michael, drayman, dwl SE cor Front and 
Oregon 

Brown Morris, clothing, 12 East 

Brown Moses, clerk with Scholle Brothers, bds 
4 Custom House Block 

Brown M. V. bds What Cheer nouse 

Brown Newman A. dwl cor Lincoln and Jones 

Brown Nicholas, modeller and stuco work with 
Gaspare Erba, 8 Montgomery 

Brown Peter, bds Columbia House, Stewart 

Brown Richard (Henderson & B.) dwl SE cor 
Bush and Sansome 

Brown Richard, garden-ranch, X s Presidio Road, 
near Presidio House 

Brown Richard, laborer, bds What Cheer Hotel 

Brown Richard, Union Warehouse 

BROWN K. G. agent. Grover & Baker Sewing 
Machine Company. 91 Montgomery, dwl 
Hotel International 

Brown Peter N. clerk, 305 Stockton 

Brown Samuel, lather, bds Bush St House 

Brown Samuel C. (J. F. Young & Co.) E s Clara 
bet Sutter and Bush 

Brown Samuel C. Jr. porter with Gushee & Elder, 
dwl E s Clara bet Bush and Sutter 

Brown Beth, carpenter, 70 Davis dwl N s Broad- 
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Brown T. (colored) bds with Mrs. George Smith 
Brown Thomas (colored) dwl at Lagoon 
Brown Thomas, pantryman. Xiantie Hotel 
Brown Thomas, salesman with Treadwell & Co. 

bds with Mrs. Sarah Kuscoe 
Brown Thomas, ship-master, dwl 105 California 
Brown Thomas, waiter, Xiantie Hotel 
Brown Thomas, Jr. dwl 196 California 
Brown Thomas 0. dwl 369 Stockton 
Brown Thomas J. watchman, Tehama House, 

dwl E a Anthony nr Jessie 
Brown William, dwl S s Union bet Battery and 

Sansome 
Brown William, dwl NW cor Bryant and Harris 
Brown William, dwl E s Powell nr Broadway 
Brown William, bds Western House. Stewart 
Brown William, captain schr San Pablo, dwl 

with William Brown, Jr. 
Brown William, carpenter, dwl 154 California 
Brown William, crockery, N s Market bet Mont- 
gomery and Sansome 
Brown William, jeweler, dwl 109 Merchant 
Brown William, laborer, bds S s Commercial bet 

Davis and Drumm 
Brown William, milkman, at Raymond's ranch, 

Pine cor Polk 
Brown William, miller, with C. Q-. Finney & Co. 
Brown William, porter with Sullivan & Cashman, 

dwl What Cheer House 
Brown William, saw-maker, boards with James 

Patterson 
Brown William, shipwright with Ringot & Bigley, 

dwl NW cor Drumm and Sacramento 
Brown William (colored) waiter with Abner H. 

Francis 
Brown William Jr. engineer, dwl E s Main bet 

Folsom and Harrison 
Brown William B. boatman, bds 33 and 35 Clay 
Brown William E. dwl 'JTS Powell 
Brown "William E. book-keeper with Stanford 

Brothei's, dwl Broadway nr Montgomery 
Brown William F. stevedore, dwl with George 

Page, cor Jones and Francisco 
Brown William II. vegetables, butter, etc., 7 New 

World Market, dwl 230 Clay 
Brown William EL {Swain & B.) dwl 5 Kearny 
Brown William EL contractor of night work, 

Rassette Place, nr Sutter 
Brown William R. carriage-maker, 101 Kearny, 

dwl N s Mission bet Thome and Wood 
Brown William It. ship carpenter, dwl NW cor 

Sacramento and Drumm 
Brown William W. mate bark Samuel Merritt, 

dwl X s Greenwich nr Mason 
Browne David B. police officer, dwl S s Green- 
wich bet Taylor and Jones 
Browne John, ship carpenter, dwl Union House, 

Stewart 
Browne W. P. engineer, dwl Union House. 
Brownejohn Thomas, book-keeper with B. C. 

Horn t t Co. dwl 146 Sacramento 
Browned Abner II. tinsmith, with J. C. Getchell 
Browned Francis, painter, dwl SW cor Market 

and First 
Browned Frank, painter with Wilson & Moulton, 

dwl cor First and Market 
Browning August {Harms & B.) dwl Kearny nr 

Jackson 



Browning (A.) & Fink {Julius) locksmiths, 198 

Kearny 
Browning Frederick M. butter and egg dealer, 

dwl X s Union nr Kearny 
Browning J. Waterman, bds What Cheer House 
Browning Jacob, drayman, dwl XW cor Powell 

and Geary 
Browning John {Peters & Co.) dwl NW corner 

Kearny and Pacific 
Browning P. teamster, bds with Mrs. Mary J. 

Williams 
Browning T. P. teamster, dwl 2 Belden's Block, 

Market 
Browning ( William) & Kohlmess {John) butter, 
• cheese, etc., 121 Washington, dwlN s Union 

bet Dupont and Kearny 
Brownlee James, Laborer, Davis' Distdlery, Mis- 
sion Creek, nr Brannan 
Brownlee Jamos S. laborer, Davis' Distillery, dwl 

cor Thome and Brannan 
Brownlee John, baker with Deeth & Starr, dwl 

SE cor Sacramento and Davis 
Brownlee John, painter, bds Mission St House 
Brownlowe Mary Mrs. dwl cor Larkin and Bdwy 
Broyer Theo. tailor, at 218 Pacific 
Brubaker Henry M. saloon, cor Dupont and Clay, 

dwl S s Tehama bet Fourth and Fifth 
Bruce George, barber, Cramer's Saloon, dwl 222 

Stockton 
Bruce John, calker, bds Isthmus nouse, First 
Bruce Robert, furniture, E s Second nr Stevenson 
Bruce Samuel C. real estate agent, bds Union 

Club Rooms 
Bruce William, dwl N s Tehama bet Fourth and 

Fifth 
Bruckman Herman, book-keeper, dwl with S. 

Dickinson 
Bruel J. at gold refinery cor Brannan and Harris 
Brueninghausen {Rudolph C.) & Schmidt, (Hen- 
ry VV.) druggists, SE cor Sac and Kearny 
Bruger Seigmund, baker, bds 62 and 64 Pacific 
Brugmann Harry, laborer, bds with Peter Jacob- 
sen 
Brumagim Jacob H. {Mark Brumagim & Co.) res 

Xew York 
Brumagim John W. {Mark Brumagim & Co.) res 

Xew York 
BRUMAGIM MARK & CO. {Morion Cheesman, 

Jacob 11. Bruiiuiijim & John W. Brumagim,) 

bankers, 100 Mont, dwl W s Mason nr Jack- 
son 
Brumagim Patrick, hostler, Skelly & Co. dwl X T s 

Stevenson nr First 
Brummer Carsten August, carrier Times, dwl 29 

Kearny 
Brunet Simon, tailor, with A. Milatovich 
Brunjes Deiderick, grocer, 123 Bush 
Brunkhurst John, butcher, What Cheer House 
Brunings Hermann, (J. & H. B.) dwl SW corner 

Third and Mission 
Brunings John & Hermann, groceries SW comer 

Third and Mission 
Brunn Abram J. dwl E s Stockton bet Pine and 

Bush 
Brunn T. 0. clerk, 276 Stockton, bds 280 Stck'n 
Brunner J. A. merchandising, dwl S s Howard 

bet Third and Fourth 
Brunner John, assistant cook, 13 First 



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BrmiixT Lewis, watchmaker; H'>1 day, dwlSi 

Posl bel Dupont and Stockton 
Bnmo A. laundress, 339 l>u]>ont 
Brims Christian, physician, BE cor Dupont and 

Washington, dwl S a Broadway bet Dupont 

and Stockton 
Bruns Conrad, saloon, dwl SE cor Mission and 

Simmons 
Bruns Frederick, (Scanlin & B.) dwl SW cor 

Market and Second 
Bruns Henry, cooper, dwl Gl Pacific 
Bruns Henry, saloon, Sb St. Marks Place near 

Kearny 
BRUNS ( Barman) & CO. ( W. Cassabohm) agents 

for Sonoma Stmr, and produce merchants, 28 

Clay, dwl 11 Stevenson 
Bruns Herman, clerk, with Buhrmeister & Co. 

dwl SW eor Davis and Com 
Bruns Jacob, barkeeper, dwl SW cor Davis and 

Chambers 
Bruns John. ( C. Hailer & Co.) dwl 81 Bush, roar 
BRUNS JOHN, groceries and liquors, NB cor 

Turk and Mason 
BRUNS NICHl ILAS, groceries and liquors, SW 

cor Davis and Chambers 
Brunstrup William, (CornoJirens & B.) dwl SW 

cor Third and Folsom 
Brunt Samuel, clerk, bds with Wm. N. Brunt 
Brunt William X. butcher, Tehama Market, dwl 

E s Powell bet Pine and Bush 
Brush Albert, ship smith, dwl S s Folsom bet 

Third and Fourth 
Brush George, confectioner, 304 Stockton 
Brush Joel C. carpenter and builder, dwl N s 

Sacramento bet Jones and Taylor 
Brush J. C. carpenter, S s Sumner nr Mont 
Brusse L. cook, 168 Clay 
Brustgrun Frederick, cigars. Ill Keamv 
BRYAN {Edward) & BLUMEXTHAL (Si) prop 

U. S. Restaurant, 127 and 129 Clay 
Bryan Henry, barkeeper, 1 Custom House Block, 

bds Sansome St. House 
BRYAN WILLIAM, proprietor Patten's Ex- 
change, 1 Custom House Block, dwl SE cor 

Sansome and Commercial 
Bryan William J. {Goddard, Hanscom <fc Rankin,) 

dwl 128 Dupont 
Bryan William T. clerk, with Reynolds & Howell, 

dwl with N. Reynolds 
Bryant Alexander H. conveyancer, 125 Cal. 
Bryant Andrew J. (Bryant & Co. Sacramento,) 

115 Battery, dwl SE cor Powell and Bush 
Bryant C. G. homcepathic physician, 1 84 Wash, 

dwl S s Howard bet Second and Third 
Bryant Margaret (widow) Bryant Saloon, NW 

cor Mission and Johnston 
Bryant Mary Mrs. fancy goods, 58 Kearny 
Bryant Samuel, ' colored) carpenter, dwl Green- 
wich, W Larkin 
Bryant Thos. H. with Martin Prag. dwl 80 Dup't 
Bryant W. H. ship carpenter, bds Sey'mr House 
Bryant William S. dwl 58 Kearny 
Bryas Jacob, liquor saloon, 9 Sacramento 
Brydges Marshal C. Steamboat Exchange saloon 

and restaurant, Folsom Street Wharf 
Buahmer A. pastry cook, bds 62 and 64 Pacific 
Bubaker Effinger, liquor saloon, NW cor Clay and 

Dupont 



Buchaster J. tailor. Trinity nr Hush 

Buchanan Alfred W. messenger, Wells, FargoA 

Co. bdfl with Charles II. Dexter 
Buchanan Isaiah, (colored) boot black, 80 Mont 

Buchanan John, carpenter, dwl NW cor Bush 

and Sansome 

Buchanan John, groceries and liquors, S s How- 
ard bet First and Second 
Buchanan Philip, (colored) whitewashes 80 Mont 

Buchel Edward, musician, 13 St. Marks p 
Buchener Charles, cabinet-maker, at 123 Sac dwl 

45 Battery 
Buchholtz [John) .t Co. {Claris Koch) New Atlan- 
tic Hotel, 181 Pacific 
Buck D. W. special policeman 
Buck George, drayman, bds with Thos. McCord 
Buck Louis, grocer, SE cor Geary and Dupont 
Buckingham Aurelius A. pilot, dwl S s Bush nr 

Mason 
Buckingham A. A. pilot, office cor East aud Wash- 
ington, dwl S s Bush bet Powell and Mason 
Buckingham Charles E. broker, bds Bran'n House 
Buckley Adelia, domestic, with II. P. Parker 
Buckley C. P. box-maker with Schaefifer & Sutliff, 

dwl N E cor Spofford and Clay 
Buckley Edward P. cutter, U. S. B. Mint dwl E s 

Powell nr Jackson 
Buckley Hannah, (widow) dwl W s Pros'p Place 

nr Clay 
Buckley James, collector, dwl SE cor Sansome 

and Halleck 
Buckley J. boiler-maker with Coffey & Risdon 
Buckley James A. porter Battery street bonded 

warehouse, dwl X s Bush bet Bat and San 
Buckley John, dwl S side Geary bet Kearny and 

Dupont 
Buckley John, laborer, bds with John Mahon 
Buckley John P. office 115 Battery, dwl SW cor 

Taylor and Jackson 
Buckley Mary (widow) dwl St. Marks Place nr 

Kearny, rear 
Buckley Michael, boiler-maker, Union Foundry 
Buckley Patrick, boot-maker, room 12 Specht's 

building, 99 Broadway, rear 
Buckley Pat'k, laborer, dwl S s Bdwy nr Taylor 
Buckley P. H. boot-maker, dwl 200 Pacific 
Buckley Samuel, furniture, 239 Clay 
Buckley Timothy, seaman, dwl N s Union near 

Mason, rear 
Buckley Wm. superintendent Overland Mail Co. 

office SE cor Washington and Kearny 
Buckley Wm. dwl SE cor Halleck and Sansome 
Bucklin Edw. P. book-keeper What Cheer House 
Buckman Charles, salesman, 105 Montgomery 
Buckman Goo. A. dwl Pine bet Kearny and 

Dupont 
Buckman Henry, clerk, SW cor Mont and Jack 
Buckmann Henry (Hows & B.) dwl NWcor First 

and Jessie 
Buckmaster John, dwl cor Sansome and Market 
Buckmeister John, silversmith, bds with Patrick 

McGinnis 
Buckminster Geo. mariner, bds with Philander 

Marble 
Bucknam Ezra T. stoves and tinware, W s Stew- 
art bet Market and Mission, dwl N s Folsom 

near Second 
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Buddington Moses, captain brig W. D. Rice, dwl 

with Mrs. Mary J. Bailey 
Buddington Walter, pilot steamer Eclipse, boards 

Plaza Hotel 
Budrovich Nicholas, dwl NW cor Sac and East 
Buel Fred'k Rev, bible agent, 10 Montgomery 
Buel Wm. I'. surgeon P. M. S. S. Sonora, boards 

Oriental lintel 
Buell Caroline Mrs. dwl W s Powell nr Filbert 
Bufford Henry, printer, dwl with Jas. L. Buflbrd 
Bufford James L. house and sign-painter, 81 Du- 

pont, dwl S s Sutter bet Powell and Mason 
Buffington J. F., llorr's Bakery, dwl N s Jessie 

bet Third and Fourth 
Buffington John M. accountant with Wm, Horr, 

dwl Jessie bet Third and Fourth 
Buhlert Albert, rooms 177 Pine 
Buhrmeister ( Christian If.) k Horning (RicKd) 

liquor saloon, SW cor Mission and Beale, 

and grocers, junction Market and Sac 
Buhrmeister (Christopher II) & Co. (A. F. Horn- 

iiuj) grocers, SW cor Davis and Com, dwl 

SW cor Sacramento and East 
Buhrmeister (Claus) & Sehultzc {Richard') Two 

Brothers Saloon, W s Stewart bet Mission 

and Market 
BUHRiMEISTER TIENRY (Yon Glahn & Co.) 

dwl NE cor Minna and Jane 
Buhrmeister Henry, barkeeper Uncle Sam Saloon 
BUHSEN DEITRICH, groceries and liquors, SE 

cor Battery and Broadway 
Buisson Joseph, laundry, dwl N s Card's Alley 

nr Stockton 
Bujac Daniel, stevedore, dwl 207 Dupont 
Bulger Martin, engineer, dwl 42 Clementina 
Bulger Raphael, compositor Bulletin, dwl W s 

Mason bet Pacific and Broadway 
Bulger Vincent, compositor Bulletin, W s Mason 

bet Paeitie and Broadway 
Bull Alpheus, merchant, 87 Front, dwl NE cor 

Bush and Jones 
Bull George E. merchant, dwl Brooks House 
Bull Theodore (Banks &, B.) dwl with G W. Bell 
Bullard Calvin, milkman at Johnson's ranch, S s 

Presidio Road nr Presidio House 
Bulle Henry, cooper, bds with Henry Kroger 
Bulletti ( GonstanUne) & Grosse (Martin) vege- 
tables, 22 and 23 Washington Market, dwl 

E s Stockton bet Pacific and Broadway 
Bulley F. cooper, lids G2 and G4 Pacific 
Bullock Frank D. clerk with J. R. Mead & Co. 

dwl 8 s Sutter bet Stockton and Powell 
Bullock John, carpenter, bds Mount Hope Hotel 
Bullock Win. seaman, dwl NE corner Front and 

Oregon 
Bulson John, 1st assistant engineer Golden Age, 

dwl 149 Jessie 
Bultmann August ( Wm. Bofer & Co.) dwl 138 

Sacramento 
Bumm George S. miner, dwl with John Hanna, 

Howard 
Bumm George W. printer with J. B. Painter, dwl 

Howard nr Second 
Bundy P. laborer, bds Clinton Temperance House 
Bundy Thomas (colored) express wagon, dwl 

Potrero, S Brannan street bridge 
Buneman Henry, clerk with David McKay, dwl 

S s Howard nr Davis 



Bunker (.1. C.) & Co. (Royal L. Jefferson) King 

Phillip Market, SE cor Bush and Powell 
Bunker Fred'k EL clerk with Moore ft Folger, dwl 

S S Union bet Mont and Kearny, rear 
Bunker George P. shipmaster, dwl S S Clay bet 

Powell and Mason 
BUNKER (Henry S.) GREAVES (Benj.) & CO. 

commission merchants and brokers, 55 Sac, 

dwl X s Turk nr Taylor 
Bunker Henry S. accountant, dwl Ns Ellis nr 

Mason 
Bunker James, bds with Paul Bunker 
Bunker Paul, dwl S s Union nr Mason 
Bunker R. P. drayman with Badger >fc Linden- 

berger, dwl Folsom bet First and Fremont 
Bunn Wm. saw-tiler, S s Geary bet Kearny and 

Dupont 
Bunnell E. F. physician, Sacramento, W Larkin 
Bunnell George W. principal Hyde St. School, 

dwl with Dr. E. F. Bunnell 
Bunner Ann (widow) boarding, 38 Natoma 
Buuner Stephen, dwl 38 Natoma 
Bunting Joseph, salesman w'ith Lockwood & 

Hendrie, dwl N s Stockton Place nr Stock 
Bunting Matilda (widow) dress-making, dw r l 226 

Stockton 
Bunting Stephen, wheelwright with Peter Wit- 
beck 
Burbank Caleb, attorney-at-law, room 6 Wells' 

building, dwl SW cor Clay and Jones 
Burbank David, dentist, 125 Montgomery 
Burbank John, stone-cutter, dwl 204 Stockton 
Burbank S. E. stone-cutter Fort Point, bds Fort 

Point 
Burch Joseph, milk depot, 274 Dupont 
Burch Wm. E. mate P. M. stmp Golden Gate, 

NW cor Sacramento and Leidesdorff, dwl 

84 Natoma 
Burchard Jacob, liquor saloon, SW cor Bartlott 

and Paeitie 
Burckes Henry W. carpenter, dwl E s Central 

Place nr Pine 
Burckes Samuel S. carpenter, bds E s Central 

Plaee nr Pine 
Burckhardt Max. fruit stand, 134 Kearny 
Burd Mary Ann, domestic with L. Wertheimcr 
BURDELL GALEN, dentist, 171 Clay, dwl 

Pine nr Stockton 
Burder J. commission, rooms 75 Bush 
Burdett Gilbert, billiard-cue manufacturer, 242 

Jackson 
Burdett Peter, laborer, dwl S s Mission bet 

Fifth and Simmons 
Burdick Edward F. clerk with H. M. Newhall & 

Co. dwl S s Tehama nr Third 
Buret Louis, clerk, 207 Clay 
Burge Francis A. laborer, dwl NE cor Brannan 

and Fourth 
Burgess Charles, artist, rooms 179 Pine 
Burgess George H. artist with Hamilton & Lov- 

ering, rnis 130 Dupont 
Burgess Hubert, teacher penmanship, dwl 219 

California 
Burgess Robert, seaman, dwl Ns Greenwich bet 

Montgomery and Sansome 
Burgot Charles, dealer in old newspapers, Pacific 

Alley, N Pacific 
Burhams Wm. D. clerk with E. Detrick, 58 Clay 



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Burhwirk John, coppersmith, dwl S b Hinckley 

bel fvi'.irny and Dupont 
Burk E. box-maker, bds Daahaway Hot 
Burk John (colored) oand-cartman, BW cor Clay 

and Leidesdorff 
Burk Joseph, laborer, Union Foundry 
Bark Michael, turner, dwl NE cor Battery and 

Commercial 
Burk Thomas, painter, bds Brand) Hotel 
Burke Alfred I. clerk, Herald office, dwl cor 

Filbert and Jones 
Burke Albert J. clerk with J. O. Gilchrist 
Burke Barbara (widow) dwl cor Filbert and 

Jones 
Burke Catharine (widow) dwl W s Stockton nr 

Slitter 

Burke Catharine (widow) dwl E s Mary Lane nr 

Sutter 
Burke David H. wheelwright, dwl NW cor Ecker 

anil .lessie 
Burke B. B. Mrs. dwl E s Yerba Buena nr Clay 
Burke Edward M. sawyer with Hobbs, Gilmore 

& Co. 
Burke Henry, barkeeper with Schuster & Hauser, 

dwl cor Pacific and Dupont 
Burke John, blacksmith, dwl W s Jane bet 

Minna and Mission 
Burke John, cook, dwl rear John Buchanan 
Burke John, laborer, bds Susquehanna House 
Burke Joseph, ship carpenter, dwl NE corner 

Fourth and Folsom 
Burke John I. bds with Mrs. E B. Burke 
Burke L. niolder, Union Foundry 
^f*BURKK MAJRTIN J. Chief of Police, office City 

Hall, dwl 280 Clay 
Burke Mary R. Miss, with H. C. Hayden, dwl 

cor Stockton and Sutter 
Burke Mathew, laborer, dwl E s Beale bet Mar- 
ket and Mission 
Burke Michael, with Edward Moran, 266 Dupont 
Burke Michael, baker with T. H. Stevens, dwl 

162 Kearny 
Burke Michael, turner, dwl Union Place 
Burke Oscar P. plasterer, dwl N s Harrison bet 

Third and Fourth 
Burke P. bds What Cheer House 
Burke Patrick, laborer, Fort Point 
Burke Terence, seaman, bds 146 Mission 
Burke Thomas, carpenter, dwl S s Vallejo bet 

Kearny and Dupont 
Burke Thomas, painter, dwl N s Folsom near 

Howard 
Burke Walter, laborer, S. F. Gas Co. dwl S s 

Mission bet First and Fremont 
Burke Wm. hackman, 128 Broadway 
Burke William, laborer, Union Foundry 
Burke William A. clerk with A. Kohler, dwl S s 

Clay bet Taylor and Leavenworth 
Burke William F. clerk with John S. Dole & Co. 

dwl N s Clay abv Powell 
Burkes M. J. carpenter, S s Summer nr Mont 
Burket J. carpenter, bds 89 Bush 
Burkett Joseph M. clerk with Smith & Byington, 

dwl Revere House 
Burkhardt Frank, waiter, bds with L. Kihlmeyer 
Burkhardt Geo. shoemaker with John R. Hughes 
Burkhardt George, watchmaker, jeweler and 

gilder, 61 Pacific 



Burkhardt M. bds Benton House 
l'uikliead Wm. II. foreman Herald, dwl corner 
Union and Varenne 

BURKS CHARLES J. carpenter and builder, 

X s Broadway bet Powell and Stock 
Burkinan Jacob, works for Geo. Hatinan, I'residio 

Road nr Lagoon 

Burlieu ft. Xye. salesman with J. Peirce, dwl 

with .Joseph Peireo 
Burling William, merchant, N s Merchant bet 

Sansome and Battery 
Burmeister F. bds What Cheer House 
Burmeister Henry, groceries and liquors, NW 

cor Montgomery and Bush 
Burnap John, groceries, 100 and 102 Davis, dwl 

NE cor Green and Larkin 
Burnell William, driver with James Hickey, dwl 

Brooklyn Hotel 
Burnett {Abraham) & Lee [Franklin V.) con- 
tractors and builders, 88 Montgomery, dwl 

NW cor Union and Leavenworth 
Burnett Edward W. dwl with Wellington C. 

Burnett 
Burnett Geo. W. dwl NW cor Larkin and Green 
Burnett John B. cook, dwl 8 First 
Burnett Marcellin, laundry, S s Minna bet Third 

and Fourth 
Burnett Robert, at gold refinery, cor Brannan and 

Harris 
Burnett Wellington C. {Murphy & B.) dwl W s 

Jones bet Filbert and Greenwich 
Burnham Edward T. carpenter, dwl W s Dupont 

bet Geary and O'Farrell 
Burnham Henry, painter with Wilson & Moul- 

ton, bds What Cheer House 
Burnham Jas. W. salesman with Wm. M. Hixon 
Burnham Lucy Mrs. dwl Third bet Mission and 

Market 
Burns A. M. captain, bds 343 Powell 
Burns Anna, bds with A. Kerr 
Burns Brian, waiter, Oriental Hotel 
Burns Charles F. sailmaker with Wm. H. Petty, 

dwl E s Mason nr Market 
Burns Daniel, driver, Skelly & Co. 
Burns Dennis, waiter, dwl W s Montgomery nr 

Broadway 
Burns Dennis, laborer, dwl SW cor Bush and 

California 
Burns Edward, laborer, dwl NE cor Filbert and 

Powell, rear 
Burns Elizabeth Miss, milliner, 240 Dupont 
Burns Ellen Miss, chambermaid, Niantic Hotel 
Burns Felix, carpenter with J. L. C. Robinson, 

dwl X s Howard bet Second and Third 
Burns Henry J. stencil plate, etc., What Cheer 

House, dwl 2 St. Marys 
Burns Hugh, painter, bds with Richard Anson 
Burns Hugh, dwl XW cor Folsom and Wood 
Burns Isidore, shipsmith, S s Market bet Stewart 

and Spear, dwl Mission ur Fourth 
Burns James, drayman, with Loud Hosmer & Co. 
Burns Jas. L. book-keeper, bds Mission St House 
Burns J. F. cook, Page's Restaurant, dwl 148 

Commercial 
Bums Joanna Mrs. boarding, 186 Sansome 
Burns John, laborer, dwl S s Greenwich bet 

Montgomery and Sansome 
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Burns John, steward, Lovejoy's Hotel 

Burns John Jr. clerk, Abernethy, Clark & Co. 

dwl Powell nr Sacramento 
Burns John II. [MOguvre k B.) dwl 128 Bush 
Burns John T. seaman, dwl X s Clementina bet 

First and Second 
Burns Joseph, dwl with James H. Hardman 
Bums Julian, laborer, dwl with Charles Rainfeld 
Burns I., marble-cutter, dwl W s Taylor nr Post 
Bums Mary (widow) dwl X 8 Vallejo nr Mason 
Burns Michael, cooper with P. Molloy, dwl NW 

cor Post and Powell 
Burns Michael, laborer, dwl E s Dupont bet 

Geary and Market 
Burns Patrick, dwl SF cor Battery and Jackson 
Burns Patrick, blacksmith, dwl X s Minna bet 

Second and Third 
Burns Patrick, blacksmith with Peter Witbeck, 

bds Branch Hotel 
Burns Patrick, boarding, N s Pacific bet Sansome 

and Montgomery 
Burns Patrick, laborer, dwl N s Minna bet Third 

and Fourth 
Burns Patrick, milkman, Fellow's ranch, Presidio 

Road, nr Presidio House 
Burns Peter, laborer, dwl W s Battery bet Green 

and Union 
Burns Peter H. machinist, boards with Patrick 

McGowan 
Burns R. bds What Cheer House 
Burns Robert, tinsmith with Locke & Montague, 

dwl W s Pine bet Stockton and Dupont 
Burns Thomas, boatman. lst> Sansome 
Burns Thomas, waiter, Oriental Hotel 
Burns William, boards with Patrick Burns, N s 

Pacific nr Montgomery 
Burns Win. laborer, NE cor Battery and Chamber 
Burnside Charles (colored) steward, bds with 

Mrs. J. Johnson 
Burr Alvah B. dwl S s Bay Viet Dupont and Kearny 
Burr Clarence C. dwl with E. W. Burr 
Burr K. Willard. merchant, and Pres. Savings 

and Loan Society, office 167 Clay, dwl Fil- 
bert nr Larkin 
Burr Levi, saloon, dwl S s Bay bet Dupont and 

Kearny 
Burrell W. S. (Knapp B. & Co.) residence Port- 
land. Oregon 
Burrill Alfred, broker, dwl 28-4 Stockton 
Burris Samuel (colored) cook, dwl Scott Place 
Burris William (colored) janitor, public school, 

dwl Salmon Place bet Pacific and Broadway 
Burroughs Charles. Club Rooms, 152 Kearny 
Burro wes George Rev. D. D. Select School, base- 
ment Calvary Church, bds Oriental Hotel 
Burscough Henry, laundry, E s Third bet Bryant 

and Brannan 
Burt Charles, blacksmith with Coffey & Risdon, 

dwl 14 Battery 
Burt E. C. Mrs. teacher, Powell St School, dwl 

ohn 
Bm S. clerk with W. H. Brown, dwl S s 

nr Powell 
Burl ,\'. bds Benton House 

Burt, i %es L.) & Kirk (Robed) fruit and trees, 

i ashington, dwl Hunter's Point 

Burto i dine Mrs. dwl NW cor Jackson and 

S 'i 



BURTON C. H. (Burton & McCarty, Sacra- 
mento) office NW cor Clay and Front, dwl 
218 Washington 

Burton Henry (colored) steward, dwl W s Stone 
nr Jackson 

Burton Henry, driver, Skelly & Co. Mission Line, 
dwl with James Case; 

Burtt William W. tinner. 93 Kearny, dwl Quincy 
bet Pine and California 

Bury George, laborer with E. Cardinet, dwl N s 
Filbert bet Powell and Mason 

Buserdette Frederick, laborer, dwl Crescent En- 
gine House, Pacific 

Bush Alonzo, drayman, bds 26 Battery 

Bush David, com merchant, dwl XE cor Sutter 
and Stockton 

Bush Henry, photographic gallery, XE cor Clay 
and Commercial 

Bush John, boiler-maker with George W. Coffee, 
dwl S s Green bet Dupont and Kearny 

Bush J. P. physician, 135 Sacramento 

Bush Louis, physician, dwl 149 Kearny 

Bush Nathan, furniture and variety store, 220 
Pacific 

Bush Xorton, collector S. F. Gas Co. dwl N s 
Everett bet Third and Fourth 

Bush P. Union Malt House, N s Filbert bet 
Taylor and Jones 

Bush P. EL toll-keeper, cor Folsom and Price 

Bush Thomas H. book-binder with A. Buswell, 
dwl W s Yerba Buena bet Sac and Clay 

Bushee S. H. mason, dwl S s Francisco bet 
Kearny and Dupont 

Bushner Edward, compositor, Times, dwl N s 
Sacramento bet Waverley PI and Stockton 

Bushanau Henry, liquor saloon, 52 Commercial 

Bushman John, seaman, bds Oregon II. Stewart 

Bushman William, pattern-maker, Fulton Foun- 
dry, dwl 319 Powell 

Bushman , dwl 204 Stockton 

Buskirk Howard B. asphaltum, dwl S s Xatoma 
bet Jane and Third 

Busli Jacob, bds Philadelphia House 

Buss J. F. carpenter, dwl Helvetia Hotel 

Busse Albert (E. G. Cook & Co.) dwl SW cor 
Howard and First 

Buster H. C. merchant, dwl 38 Montgomery 

BUSWELL ALEXAXDER, book-binder, 133 
Clay, up-stairs, dwl SW cor Union and Jones 

Buswell William F. pattern-maker Vulcan Foun- 
dry, dwl X s Folsom bet First and Second 

Butcher James L. butcher, dwl with Mrs. Eliz- 
abeth Masterson 

Butenop Henry, groceries and liquors, 193 Pacific 

Buthe Christian L. clerk with Hermann Tietjen 

Butler Andrew J. broker, rms 5 Xaglee's Bdg 

Butler Anna Mrs. 82i Bush 

Butler Edward, butcher, bds Commercial House 

Butler E. Joseph, (Butler & Co. ) bds Brooks House 

Butler E. P. clerk with S. S. Butler, dwl SW cor 
Sansome and Washington 

Butler F. W. carpenter at 137 Montgomery, dwl 
N s Union bet Mason and Taylor 

Butler George W. milkman at Call's ranch, S s 
Presidio Road, opposite Presidio House 

Butler H. W. assistant newspaper clerk Post 
Office, N s Jackson nr Front 

Butler James, dwl with Mrs. Mary Butler 



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Butler James, Boda-maker with Skelly ft Oo. bcU 

with John Myers 
Butler James II. (col'd) bootblack, Tehama House 
Butler John, cooper Sugar Refinery, oor Harrison 

ami Price 
Butler Joseph, pom. produce, Clay St. Wharf 
Butler Joseph D. special policeman, dwl Bfl Sut- 
ter near Powell, 
Butler Mary, domestic with Mrs. T. Butler 
Butler Mary, domestic with Jno. 0. Oatton 

Butler Mary (widow) dwl W s Moroy Alley 

Butler Mary A. Mrs. millinery, 307 Stockton 

Butler Michael, laborer, Bensley Water Works 

Butler Patrick, blacksmith, bds with J. J. Farrel] 

Butler Patrick F. :!i>7 Stockton 

Butler Patrick J. cooper, dwl with T. C. Leonard 

Butler P. T. cooper, Sugar Refinery, cor Harrison 
ami Trice 

Butler Richard, at Sugar Refinery, dwl WsRuss 
near Folsom 

Butler Richard, steward Franklin House 

Butler Rob't, doorkeeper Maguire's Opera House, 
dwl VV s Montgomery bet Jackson and Pacific 

Butler Robert, painter, Sugar Refinery, cor Har- 
rison and Price 

Butler S. S. lodgings, SW cor Washington and 
Sansome and S\V cor Com and Leidesdorff 

Butler ( Warren C.) & Co. (2J. Joseph Butler) edit- 
ors and proprietors California Police Gazette, 
150 Montgomery, dwl 380 Stockton 

Butler Wilhelmina Mrs. hoarding, 27 Bush 

Butler William, clerk with Ward & Brother, dwl 
C. H. Block, Sacramento 

Batman Frederick, landscape painter, dwl SE cor 
Bush and Montgomery 

Butt Peter N. clerk, dwl SE cor Kearny and Pac 

Buttensieck Charles, porter with Henry Gerstung 

Butterworth James, tinsmith, dwl N s Natoina 
bet Jane and Third 

Buttner Frederick H. teacher, dwl N s Green bet 
Dupont and Stockton 

Button N, bds Niantic Hotel 

Butts Benj. B. wood-worker with T. Ogg Shaw, 
dwl Mission bet First and Fremont 

Butts U. D. tanner, bds Columbia House, Stewart 

Buxton George, engineer, dwl N s Harrison bet 
Third and Fourth 

Byatt William J. gardener, dwl S s Eddy bet 
Hyde and Leavenworth 

Byers John P. stevedore, dwl N s Union bet 
Battery and Sansome 

Byfield A. N. Portuguese Consul, dwl S s Post 
bet Dupont and Stockton 

Byington Horace W. {Smith & B.) dwl Turk, 
Hayes Valley 

Byland Richard, brick-mason Fort Point 

Byorkman August, clerk with Charles Melin 

Byrne Bernard, dwl with James Morgan 

Byrne Charles J. shipmaster, dwl S VV cor Clark 
and Drumm 

Byrne Dennis, waiter Clayton House, dwl Mont- 
gomery nr Pacific 

Byrne Dominick, dwl with Miss Nancy Patterson 

Byrne Edward, St. Francis Hotel 

Byrne El. A. (widow) dwl NE cor Sacramento 
and Yerba Buena 

Byrne Garret J. (Kerby, B. &Co.) dwl Ns Mission 
bet Fourth and Fifth 



Byrne Felix, carpenter, dwl N s Howard bet 

Second and Third 
BYRNE ( Henry If.) ft FREKLON(2*/M>roa» W.) 

attorneys-at-law. 175 Clay 

Byrne J. laborer Vulcan Foundry 

Byrne .lames, drayman, dwl W B Clara nr Bush, 
rear 

Byrne .lames, laborer, dwl W s Bealc bel Mission 

and Howard 

Byrne John L. bootmaker with A. D. Campbell, 

dwl Everett nr Third 
Byrne John M. ( C. Greittet & Co.) dwl S s Sutter 

nr Mason 

Byrne Joseph, laborer, dwl N s Green bet Taylor 

and Mason, rear 
Byrne Joseph, laborer, dwl Valparaiso bet Taylor 

and Mason 
Byrne Lafayette M. clerk with Byrne & Freelon, 

dwl NE cor Howard and Ellen 
Byrne M. A. Mrs. childrens' clothing, 102 Kearny 
Byrne Mary J. Mrs. groceries and liquors. NW 

cor Chambers and Front 
BYRXE P. R. wholesale and retail liquors, NE 

cor Clay and Davis 
Byrne Thomas, with Brennan & Co. 
Byrne Thomas, porter S. H. Meeker & Co. dwl 

59 Front 
Byrne T. O. porter, bds What Cheer House 
Byron John, bricklayer, dwl S B Minna bet Third 

and Fourth 
Byron Michael, bricklayer, dwl S s Minna bet 

Third and Fourth 
Byron Patrick, hostler with B. F. Fish & Co. dwl 

St. Marvs bet Pine and California 
Byxbee Robert G. {H. B. Tichenor & Co.) dwl 

with Capt. H. A. Cheever 



Caballero Augustus, salesman with Rountree 

Bros, dwl 115 Clay 
Cabana Theophilus, shoemaker, dwl cor Clay and 

Waverley Place 
Cabbannes John, (Dupuy & C.) dwl Potrero, nr 

Brannan St. Bridge 
Cabbannes Joseph, (L>upuy & C.) dwl Potrero, 

nr Brannan St. Bridge 
Cables Alfred H. clerk with Savory & Co. dwl 

N s Jessie bet Second and Third 
Cables Lewis H. clerk with Savory & Co. dwl 

S a Mission bet Fourth and Fifth 
Cadagon Timothy, sugar refinery, dwl W s Bit- 
ter nr Harrison 
Cadeonts P. plasterer, rooms 15 Sutter 
Cadel Peter, dwl W s Dupont nr Union 
Cadiz Eugenia (widow) boarding, N s Bush nr 

Powell 
Cadmus M. Mrs. dressmaker, dwl N s Harlan PI 
Cadogan John, Sugar Refinery, cor Harrison and 

Price 
Cadogan Timothy, Sugar Refinery, cor Harrison 

and Price 
Cady John, boiler-maker, Sutter Iron Works, dwl 

W s Fremont bet Howard and Folsom 
Cady J. express wagon, dwl with Daniel Sullivan 
Cady Lorenzo, bricklayer and plasterer, dwl S s 

Sacramento bet Stockton and Powell 



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CaffaD George, stevedore, dwl W a Sansome bel 

Greenwich and Filbert 
Tallin John, cirri;, dwl Ashburton PI nr Dupont 
Cagney John, drayman, bda Bush st Souse 

Caliiilin John, porter with HolHin & Rosenstock, 

dwl S s Dupont bet Sutter and Tost 
Cahill Andrew, hand-cartman, bda Boston Tern? 

perance House 
Cahill Andy, porter with Taylor & Swasey, dwl 

Stevenson nr Third 
Cahill Edward, book-keeper with Smiley, Yer- 

kes & Voizin, dwl 94 Sacramento 
Cahill Edward, miner, dwl "Winthrop House. Mis 
Cahill Eliza, domestic with A. J. Bowie 
Cahill .lames, laborer, dwl W S Fifth nr Stevn 
Cahill .las. F. book-keeper with Henry Knowles, 

dwl 77 Dupont 
Cahill John K. porter with Rosenstock & Price 
Cahill Mary (widow) dwl 94 Sacramento 
Cahill Mathew, porter with llediugton & Co. dwl 

Howard nr Third 
Cahill Patrick, drayman, dwl E s Mont nr Bdwy 
Calm Aaron (A. Calm & Co. Portland) office 92 

California, dwl Anthony nr Mission 
Calm Israel, speculator with A. Wyle, dwl 180 

Anthony 
Calm John, hand-cartmau, dwl N s Hunt bet 

Second and Third 
Cahn Lasar, merchant, dwl 182 Anthony 
Calm Leopold (Uhlfelder & C.) dwl E s An- 
thony nr Mission 
Calm Wolf, merchant, dwl SW cor Stockton and 

Union 
Cairn Rufus King, bricklayer, dwl 107 Dupont 
Cain Edward, machinist, Albion Foundry 
Cain Edward (colored) whitewashes 133 Cali- 
fornia, dwl cor Larkin and Union 
Cain John, seaman, dwl with Mrs. Ann Ledwith 
Cairo Adrien (Gaire Brothers) resides Paris 
Caire Brothers (Justinien & Adrien) importers 
hardware, 142 Washington and 262 Dupont, 
dwl N s Yallejo bet Mont and Kearny 
Cairns James, bricklayer, bdfl Summer St House 
Cairns Mat hew, laborer, dwl Ws Mason nr Green 
Cairns Phoebe Miss, milliner with Mrs. Ann 

Durning 
Cairns Robert, salesman with J. Peirce, dwl E s 

Second nr Mission 
Calahan James, blacksmith, bds Columbia Hotel 
Calderwood D. rooms with S. S. Graves 
Caldwell Andrew, porter with Win. H. Keith & 

Co. dwl 123 Pine, rear 
Caldwell James, machinist, rooms with Mrs. C. 

Loekwood 
Caldwell William, machinist, Fulton Foundry, 
dwl W s Ritch bet Brannan and Townsend 
Caldwell Wm. (Curtis <fe C.) W s Broadway bet 

Stockton and Dupont 
CALEF JONATHAN S. physician, 203 Wash- 
ington, dwl N s Post bet Powell and Stock 
Calef Charles E. clerk with Redington & Co. dwl 

212 Post 
Caleher Ann (widow) dwl W s Mason nr Pacific 
Calhar James, laborer, dwl N s Filbert bet Mont- 
gomery and Sansome 
Calhoun Charles A. book and job printer, 141 
Washington, dwl E s Mason bet Geary and 
O'ParreU 



CALHOUN JAMES K. attorney-at-law, 4 U. 
s. Court Building, dwl nu Montgomery Blk 

CALIFORNIA MERCANTILE AGENCY, of- 
fice SW cor Washington and Battery 

CALIFORNIA STATE TELEGRAPH CO. 162 
Montgomery, Montgomery Block 

CALIF( >RNLA ST E A M N A VIGATION CO. 
Office NE cor Battery and Jackson 

Calkin Milo, Clerk Board of Supervisors, City 
Hall, bds cor Sacramento and Waverly PI 

Calkins Ripley R. with C. J. Ilawley & Co. dwl 
SE cor Mission and Second 

Call Jonas, milk-ranch, S s Presidio Road op 
Presidio House 

Callan Thos. laborer, bds with John MeMullin 

CALLAN THOMAS, liquors, W s Leidesdorff 
bet Sacramento and Commercial, dwl N s 
Ellis bet Stockton and Powell 

Callaghan Eugene, carpenter with J. L. C. Rob- 
inson 

Callaghan J. (J. & D. Callaghan, Shasta) office 
99 Front, dwl S s Pacific nr Gough 

Callaghan John, wholesale provisions, 35 Front, 
dwl 237 Pacific 

Callahan B. chief engineer, Sugar Refinery, cor 
Harrison and Price 

Callahan Cornelius, laborer, dwl White bet Yal- 
lejo and Green 

Callahan Daniel, carpenter with T. OggShaw 

Callahan David, laborer, dwl S s Stevenson near 
Ecker, rear 

Callahan Frederick, cook, Alden's Restaurant 

Callahan James K. blacksmith, dwl Columbia 
House 

CALLAHAN {tfathias B.) & SANDERSON 
(Samuel A.) importers crockery and glass- 
ware, 110 Battery, dwl N s Folsom bet 
Third and Fourth 

Callahan Margaret Mrs. cook, King's Exchange, 
First 

Callahan 0. domestic with J. Ezekiel 

Callaly Michael, laborer, dwl N s Everett bet 
Third and Fourth, rear 

Callsen Peter, carpenter, dwl S s Pacific near 
Larkin 

Callundan C. F. liquor saloon, 213 Kearny 

Carney Daniel, laborer, Ss Sutter nr Stock, rear 

Calott Oliver S. shipmaster, rooms 151 Bush 

Caman Adolph, physician. 2:i.'i Sacramento 

Camden C. Mrs. dressmaker, rooms .'il Mont 

Camerden Michael, butcher with Edward Barron, 
13 Washington Market 

Cameron Angus, turner with Smith & Freeman 

Cameron (Caleb) Whittier ( W. Frank) ,V Co. (E. 
B. Benjarnm) importers and jobbers paints, 

oils and window glass, L 03 and 1H5 IV> 

Cameron Duncan, boiler-maker Sutter Iron Works 
dwl S s Everett bet Third and Fourth 

Cameron Elizabeth Mrs. boarding, W s Beale bit 
Folsom and Harrison 

Cameron Hugh, teamster, dwl W s Beale bet 
Folsom and Harrison 

Cameron Isaac A. hatter, bds Revere House 

Cameron J. Rev. curate St. John's Church. Mis- 
sion Dolores 

Cameron James, United States Bakery, E s Third 
bet Bryant and Brannan 

Cameron John D. dwl SE cor Bush and Mom 



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Cameron John, dwl N B Silver bet Third and 

Fourth 
Cameron John D. toll-keeper, cor Mission and 

Harris 

Cameron N T . speculator, bds Niantic Hotel 
Cameron Samuel clerk, with Robert Croskey 
Cameyon Capt mariner, dwl SE cor Dupont and 
Jackson 

Camilla Antonio, fruit peddler, dwl 228 Pacific 
CAMM ET {John) ft KAUOE ( Francis) NVwYork 
Bakery and Restaurant, 160 Kearny and 170 
Commercial, dwl Third nr Mission 
Camp Herman, silver miner, lids Tehama House 
Camp John II. (Decker k Co.) dwl S s Stevenson 

pel Second and Third 
Camp W. F. saw manufacturer, dwl W s Hart- 

mann Place nr Mason 
Campbell Adelaide Madame, danseuse, dwl W s 

Powell nr Broadway 
Campbell Alexander P. porter with A. B. South- 
worth, dwl Post nr Mason 
Campbell Alexander {Saunders & C.) dwl N s 

Turk hot Mason and Taylor 
Campbell {Alexander) & Brown {Harvey S.) atty's 

at-law, City Hall, bds Hotel International 
Campbell Alexander, cigars NW cor Broadway 

and Davis, dwl Everett nr Third 
Campbell Alexander, porter, dwl S s Post nr 

Taylor 
Campbell Allen D. bootmaker, 125 California 
Campbell Duncan, stevedore, dwl N s Union bet 

Montgomery and Sansome 
Campbell Francis, waiter, Alden's Restaurant 
Campbell Frank, laborer, dwl S s Minna bet 

Third and Fourth 
Campbell George {Dickson, DeWolf & Co.) res 

London 
Campbell {Hamilton) & Towne {William H.) 

photographic gallery 115 Montgomery, dwl 

W s Harris nr Brannan 
Campbell Henry, cigar manufactory 152 San 
Campbell Herbert, laborer with Coffey <fc Risdon 
Campbell J. blacksmith Vulcan Foundry 
Campbell J. {J. S. Dusolier & Co.) residence 

Havana 
Campbell James, wood yard, dwl Pollard Place 

nr Vallejo 
Campbell James {George Sawin & Co.) N s 

Broadway nr Dupont 
Campbell James P. seaman, dwl 15 Sutter 
Campbell John, watchmaker, 89 Kearny, dwl 1 

Milton Place 
Campbell J. T. bds What Cheer House 
Campbell Louisa (widow) boarding, W s Stockton 

nr California 
Campbell M. Mrs. tailoress, dwl Winthrop House 

Mission 
Campbell Margaret T. Miss, dwl E s Wetmore 

Place bet Clay and "Washington 
Campbell Mary, domestic with J. Perry Jr 
Campbell Marv, domestic with Mrs. M. H. Yates 
Campbell Patrick D. laborer, U. S. B. Mint, dwl 

SB cor Fourth and Louisa 
Campbell Peter, laborer, dwl junc Hunt and Nat 
Campbell Philip, laborer, S. F. Gas Co. dwl N s 

Mission nr Simmons 
Campbell Thomas, blacksmith, dwl W s Ritch 

bet Folsom and Harrison 



Campbell Thomas, musician, dwl S s Broadway 
bet Kearny and Duponi 

Campbell William, carpenter, dwl Oak nr Mason 
Campbell William II. carpenter, dwl Kent hot 
Mason and Filbert 

Campe Albert, coppersmith and machinist, 210 

and '.'I 7 Jackson 

Campe John {Kohn ft 0.) dwl N s Stevenson bet 
Second and Third 

Campi {James) k Co. {Mauletti k Co.) SE cor 
Merchant and Sansome 

Campion Flora, hair dresser 108 Commercial 

Campioni Ernst, pressman with Blake k Moffitt, 
dwl Mason bet Clay ami Washington 

Cande {Lortnt) k Fretigny ( Victor) St. Anno 
Garden, N s Eddy nr Powell 

Canet Alfred, laundry, dwl W s Bannam Place 
nr Green 

Caney Marv, domestic with 0. Abbott 

CANFIFLI) (A. W.) PIERS! >X (./. W. J.) k CO. 
{Aaron Johnson) importers clothing, 84 Bat- 
tery, residence New York 

Canfield Rufus J. collection department Wells, 
Fargo & Co. dwl E s Mason nr Vallejo 

Canham Thomas P. painter with W. F. Canliam, 
dwl S s Lombard nr Taylor 

Canham W. F. house and sign painter and paper- 
hanger, 107 Jackson, dwl S s Lombard nr 
Taylor 

Caniff Mary Miss, dress-maker with Mrs. Julia 
Norton 

Cann Thomas, ship carpenter, bds Brooks House 

Cannavan B. cabinet-maker with M. E. Hughes, 
dwl S s John bet Powell and Mason 

Cannavan Michael, importer dry goods and gen- 
tlemen's furnishing goods, 221 and 222 Du- 
pont and 30 Montgomery 

Canning James, stove-mounter with Locke & 
Montague, dwl St. Charles Hotel 

Canning John, bds with Mrs. M. H. Yates 

Cannon John, boarding house, Polk nr Black 
Point 

Cannon William, with Louderback & Anderson, 
dwl NE cor Eddy and Leavenworth 

Canton Kumkee (Chinese) laundry, 216 Kearny 

Cantry T. tailor, bds What Cheer House 

Canty David, book-keeper, bds 33 Montgomery 

Canty Michael, fruit peddler, dwl N s Sherwood 
Place nr Third 

Canty Thomas, liquor saloon, W s Third bet Fol- 
som and Harrison 

Canty ( Timothy) & Geimami ( William) tailors, 
138 Kearny 

Canty William, boiler-maker with Coffey & Ris- 
don, bds Branch Hotel 

Cany Edward, contractor, dwl 170 Mission 

Canyado Isaleto Miss, dwl W s Lafayette nr 
Green 

Capp Charles S. Deputy County Clerk, 4th Dis- 
trict Court, dwl S s Howard bet Fourth and 
Fifth 

Capp Samuel M. {Tyler k Co.) dwl with John C. 
Sack 

Capplemann Cornelius, groceries and liquors NW 
cor Third and Harrison 

Capprise Joseph, saloon 225 Dupont, dwl N 8 
Vallejo bet Kearny and Dupont 

Capwer Samuel, dwl SE cor Dupont and Jack 



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Caraesosa Trinidad, saddle-maker, dwl E s Powell 
nr ( iivinwich 

Caraffa Giovanni, baker, dwl 348 Powell 

Caraffa Dominico, Italian Bakery, 317 Dupont 

Caraffa (DomAwco) & Co. (Gerolomo liogyio,) Ge- 
noa Bakery, 348 Powell 

Carberry John, wood and coal, N s Sutter corner 
Mary Lane 

Qarbiere Peter D. (colored) ship carpenter, dwl 
NW oor Sacramento and Drumm 

Carcauo Louis, at Lafayette Brewery, S s Green nr 

Powell 

Card [Jod) ft Stahl {G. F.) wood and coal, 9 

Washington, bda W hat Cheer House 
Card Russell, dwl N s Sutter bet Stockton and 

Dupont 
Card Samuel, merchant, dwl 195 California 
CARD STEPHEN, President M. T. Co. XE eor 

('lav and Battery, dwl S s South Park 
Card William L. 96 Clay 
Cardinet E. Fish, 25 and 26 Wash Market, dwl N 

s Lombard bet Mason and Powell 
Carew B. laborer, with Geo. W. Blasdell 
Carew Thomas, drayman, dwl 30 Natoma 
Carey Edward, works for Bensley Water Co. 
Carey John, laborer, Bensley Water Works, dwl 

E s Lafayette, nr Union 
Carey Margaret Mrs. dwl N s Jessie bet Second 

and Third 
Carey Mary E. Miss, dress-maker, dwl S s Post 

bet Kearny and Dupont 
Carey Thomas, brick-mason, Fort Point 
Carkery John, boiler-maker, dwl N s Post bet 

Montgomery and Kearny 
Carkius Daniel, laborer, with George D. Nagle 
CARL (Charles) ft FLINT, (Augustus P.) book- 
sellers and stationers, N W cor Merchant and 

Montgomery, dwl 154 Bush 
Carl Henry, (Schroih & C.) dwl 177 Washington 
Carl Patrick, laborer, dwl N s Filbert bet Mont 

and Sansome 
Carl Silas, carpenter, dwl with J. G. Chittenden 
Carl William, teamster, dwl N s Union bet Kear- 
ny and Montgomery 
Carlahan Edward, hostler, with L. Coburn 
Carland Michael C. porter with Howes & Winant, 

dwl 142 Clay 
Carles John, porter, with J. R. Stewart & Co. 
Carles Silas, bds 16 Sansome 
Carlin Hugh, laborer, Pacific Foundry 
Carlin Nicholas, porter, with N. R. Lowell 
Carlin William, blacksmith, dwl W s Morev's 

Alley 
Carlin William, porter, with R. E. Brewster & Co. 

dwl N s Minna bet Fourth and Fifth 
Carlisle Edward, (colored) steward, dwl W s 

Kearny nr Union 
Carlisle George, barkeeper, 225 Dupont, dwl with 

Joseph Capprise 
Carlisle S. II. milk ranch, Larkin cor Pine 
Carlos Charles, saddler, S s Pacific nr Kearny 
Carlos Fernando, saddler, S s Pacific nr Kearny 
Carlton Charles C. clerk, with Wm. T. Coleman 

& Co. dwl with Henry Carlton 
Carlton Francis D. clerk, with Wm. T. Coleman 

& Co. dwl with Henry Carlton 
Carlton Harriet C. (widow) dwl E s Fremont bet 

Folsom and Harrison 



Carlton Henry, fanner, dwl N s Tehama between 

First and Second 
CARLTON HENRY, Jr. ( Wm. T. Coleman ft 

Co.) dwl N s Harrison bet Second and Essex 
Carlton Henry P. principal Powell Street School 

bds 252 Powell 
Carlton Richard, Capt. bark Oak Hill, Pier 12 

Stewart 
Carlton Sarah, domestic, with D. T. Mitchell 
Carlton (T.) & Porter, (J.) pub's Cal Christian 

Advocate, 174 Clay, resides New York 
Carls John H. laborer, dwl N s Pae nr Powell 
Carlson H. teamster, bds with D. Eveleth 
Carlson Henry, teamster, dwl Brd'wy nr Powell 
Carlston Andrew, dwl cor Tehama and Fourth 
Carlston Andrew J. laborer, Fulton Foundry, dwl 

cor Tehama and Fourth 
Carlyle David cattle dealer, dwl N s Brannan 

bet Second and Third 
Carlyle G. E. carpenter, bds Wliat Cheer House 
CARMAN BENJAMIN, Justice of the Peace, 

Third Township, 125 Cal, dwl SE cor Sac and 

Leidesdorff 
Carman B. R. physician, office 1 and 2 O'Meara's 

building NE cor Washington and Dupont 
Carman William, physician, office NE cor Bush 

and Mont, dwl 52 Minna 
Carmany John H. printer, with Towne & Bacon, 

dwl Clay above Powell 
Carmody, John, laborer, dwl S s Stevenson bet 

Ecker and First 
Cam James, dwl S s Dupont Alley 
Carnand J. Musical Academy, 181 Commercial 
Carner Joseph, dwl S s Broadway nr Mason 
Carney James, dwl cor Beach and Leavenworth 
Carney Patrick N. dwl NE cor Kearny and Pacific 
Carnody John, laborer with D. McLennan 
Carnop Robert, liquors, dwl N s Clementina bet 

First and Second 
Caro John, ( Caro & Brother) dwl 84 Kearny 
Caro (Julius) & Brother (John Caro) 84 Kearny 
Caro Louis, segars and tobacco, SW cor Com 

and East 
Carolau Edward, hostler, bds with Pat Burns 
Carolan John, bds with William Lee 
Carolan Patrick, laundry, W s Annie bet Steven- 
son and Jessie 
Carothers T. K. bds What Cheer House 
Carpeaux Charles, musician, 103 Broadway 
Carpenter Daniel, baker, W s Third bet Minna 

and Mission 
Carpenter Geo. W. clerk, with J. H. Knowles, 

dwl 53 Montgomery 
Carpenter Harvey, book-store, 167 Clay, dwl S s 

Pacific one door W of Leavenworth 
Carpenter Miles B. (J. T. Hallock & Co.) resi- 
dence New York 
Carpenter S. P. clerk, with E. X. Field, 113 Wash 
Carpenter Wm. C. steamer Golden Age, dwl N s 

Harlan Place 
Carpenter Wm. H. (colored) saloon, 216 Kearny, 

dwl E s Stockton nr Sutter 
Carpenter William G. printer, bds What Cheer 

House 
Carpenter Wm. L. compositor, Bulletin, dwl NE 

cor Mason and Clay 
Carpentier Edward R. attorney-at-law, NW cor 

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Oarpentier EoraceW. attorney-at-law, NW cor 

Merchant .'11111 (font, resides Oakland 
Obit A. M. Bhip carpenter, bds 62 and 64 Pacific 

Can- Benjamin, at Pavilion, Mont, <l\vl with .las. 

White 
Can- David, bds Niantic Bote! 
Can- I >:i \ ill E. laborer, with Eobbs, Gilmore&Co. 

Can- ( reorge, rooms 2 I Pacific 

Can- James, laborer, dwl Ss Eddy or Market 
Can- Jesse D. real-estate, dwl with Charles M. 

1 1 ol brook 
Can- John A. F. laborer, dwl N s Stockton PI 
("air Joseph, at grocery, SW cor Greenwich and 

Taylor 
Can- L W. 1 »x>k-keeper with Lewis Gibson, dwl 

24 Battery 
Can- Thomas, laborer, dwl S s Filbert bet Mont- 
gomery and Sansome 
Oarr Willis W. groceries and liquors, Ss Clemen- 
tina bet First and Second 
Oarr William, with Conroy & O'Connor, dwl S s 

Vincent nr Union 
Can- William, contractor, dwl W s Bat nr Vallejo 
Carrabine James, dwl N s Jessie bet First and 

Ecker 
Carreau Joseph, butcher, 1 New Market 
Carrere J. dentist, dwl W s Dupont bet California 

and Pine 
Oarrick Daniel, seaman, dwl S s Stevenson bet 

First and Ecker 
Carrick Richard, seaman, dwl N s Stevenson bet 

Second and Ecker 
Carrick Thomas, seaman, dwl rear John Patten 
Carrie (Joseph A.) & Damon {James E.) books 

and stationery, 102 Commercial, dwl S s 

Natoma nr Third 
Carrigan Thos. drayman, bds with A. F.O'Connell 
Carrillo Ramon, molder Vulcan Foundry 
Carrington Wm. dwl W s Oneida Place 
Garrison Ilenry, millinery and fancy goods, 149 

Sacramento 
Carro Eugene, butcher Clay Street Market, dwl 

Washington nr Dupont 
Carro Joseph, marketman, dwl 189 Pacific, rear 
Carroll Andrew, fireman, bds with J. Sparrow 
Carroll D. workman with Coffey & Risdon 
Carroll D. C. saloon, NW cor Powell and Pacific 
Carroll George, painter with J. R. Kelly, dwl 58 

Pacific 
Carroll Hugh, machinist, bds with Mrs. C. Merkle 
Carroll James, laborer, bds Mission St. House 
Carroll Jeremiah, boiler-maker with Coffey & 

Risdon 
Carroll John, painter, dwl with John Drenan 
Carroll John, lamp-lighter S. F. Gas Co. dwl with 

W. T. Garratt 
CAREOLL JOHN, wines and liquors, SW cor 

Mission and First, dwl 137 Mission 
Carroll John, porter with J. "W. Brittan 
Carroll John P. clerk with John Carroll 
Carroll Joseph, bds Plaza Hotel 
Carroll Martin, drayman with J. W. Brittan, dwl 

W s Dupont nr FUbert 
Carroll Michael, boot-maker, 220 Kearny, boards 

S s Howard bet First and Second 
Carroll (Patrick) & Bro. (Thos. Carroll) groceries 

and liquors, NE cor Third and Minna 
Carroll Patrick, laborer, bds Mission St. House 



ill Richard, milkman, Mission Dolores 

CARROLL RICHARD REV. pastor St. Francis 

Church and principal St. Thomas School, 

Mission Dolores 
Carroll Thomas ( Carroll & Bro.) dwl NE corner 

Third and Minna 
Carroll Thomas, carpenter, dwl SW cor Dnmim 

and Washington 
Carroll Thomas, carver with Wm. B. Gereau, 

dwl N s Clay nr Bpoffbrd 
Carroll Thomas, second-hand clothing, 240 Clay 
Carmll Thomas I ). 210 ('lav- 
Carroll W. II. bds Benton House 
Carroll Wm. laborer, dwl S s Bdwy nr Mont 
Carroll Win. hackinan, dwl S s Udv.y nr Powell 
Carroll Wm. C. tinsmith, 53 Washington, dwl 

Trinity nr Pine 
Carson Bernard, card and seal engraver, 168 

Commercial 
Carson James, laborer with John G. Trior 
Carson (Jnhii)k, Downing (Lawrence) Red Jacket 

Restaurant, 2 East, dwl N s Jackson bet 

Drumm and Davis 
Carson Mary Miss, dwl 19 Natoma 
Carson Mathias N. carpenter, dwl W s Ritch bet 

Folsom and Harrison 
Carss Robert, teamster, dwl N s Louisa bet Third 

and Fourth 
Cars well Geo. G. salesman with Tubbs & Co. dwl 

cor Union and Vincent 
Carswell John D. compositor with F. Eastman, 

dwl SE cor Union and Vincent 
Carter A. 0. machinist, Union Foundry 
Carter Charles D. real-estate agent, 96 Merchant, 

dwl W s Powell nr Vallejo 
Carter Frederick S. clerk with F. Delger, dwl 

Stevenson nr Third 
Carter George, boatman, dwl NW cor Davis and 

Vallejo 
Carter George R. (Treadwell & Co.) res Boston 
Carter Henry, with Joseph E. Clark, dwl corner 

Sacramento and Davis 
Carter John, dwl N s Washington nr Powell 
Carter John, bds Broadway Block, NW corner 

Broadway and Kearny 
Carter John, laborer, dwl E s William bet Jones 

and Taylor 
Carter John C. dwd W s Jones bet Cal and Sac 
Carter John S. salesman with Bray & Brother, 

dwl N s Wash bet Stockton and Powell 
Carter John T. book-keeper with Callahan & 

Sanderson, dwl S s Stevenson bet Third 

and Fourth 
Carter John W. clerk with R. A. Swain 
Carter J. W. S. confectionery, N s Washington 

East of Stockton 
Carter L. rooms 174 Dupont 
Carter Louis, dwl NW cor Hyde and Ellis 
Carter Myron H. drayman, dwl 26 Battery 
Carter Margaret (widow) dwl 136 Mission 
Carter Nicholas, dwl with G. W. P. Bissell 
Carter Peter, secretary S. F. Water Works, dwl 

S s Pine nr Kearny 
Carter Robert, mason, bds at Blue Bell 
Carter Robert C. tinsmith with John G. lis 
Carter Robt. W. (Straiton & Co.) dwl 309 Stock 
Carter W. mariner, bds 62 and 64 Pacific 
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Carter James, cooper, 1 24 Front, dwl SE corner 

Sansome and Jackson 
Carthcut James L. cooper with Handy & Arnold, 

dwl Pacific Hotel, Jackson 
Carrier Victor, lapidary, N s Broadway between 

Kearny and Dupont 
Oartmell Margaret (widow) dress-maker, W side 

Ecker bet Market and Stevenson 
Carto Benjamin, carpenter, 155 California 
Carton Bridget Mrs. dwl E s Sonora Place near 

Union 
Carton James E. salesman with George M. Smith, 

dwl E s Sonoma Place nr Union 
Carton Peter S. grocer, NW cor Dupont and Geary 
Oartwright Thomas, driver with Bradshaw & Co. 

bds Columbia Hotel 
Cartwright William, captain sloop Sarah Ann, 

bds Columbia House, Stewart 
Carty Michael, butcher, dwl Broadway W Larkin 
Carty William, laborer, Fort Point 
Caruthers George, carpenter, dwl E s Yerba 

Buena near Clay 
Cary James C. (Holladay & C.) dwl N s Tehama 

bet First and Second 
Cary Michael, laborer, bds with Wm. F. Kelly 
Cary (S. De Witt) & Winegar (A. B.) flour, grain 

and salt, 100 Front and SW cor Fremont and 

Mission, dwl E s Taylor abv Broadway 
CARY THOMAS G. commission merchant, 124 

California, up-stairs, dwl NE cor Prospect 

Place and Sacramento 
Casanova Eugene, wheelwright with C Mangeot 
Case Elijah, merchant, dwl S s Green nr Mason 
Case George A. furniture wagon, dwl NW cor 

Stockton and East Newell nr Lombard 
Case Philip H. salesman with Wm. Sherman & 

Co. dwl SW cor Bush and Mason 
Casea Nueva F. dwl NW cor Jackson and Stock 
Casebolt George T. foreman, H Casebolt & Co. 

dwl N s Everett bet Third and Fourth 
Casebolt {Henry) & Co. ( Charles Von Gulperi) 

carriage manuf and importers, N s Market 

bet Montgomery and Sansome, dwl N s 

Everett bet Third and Fourth 
Casebolt Ira J. blacksmith with H. Casebolt & 

Co. dwl N s Everett bet Third and Fourth 
Casebolt Jacob D. blacksmith, bds with Henry 

Casebolt 
Casebolt James I. blacksmith, bds with Henry 

Casebolt 
Caseley Thomas, bootmaker with J. B. F. Davis 
Casey Daniel, blacksmith, dwl 183 California 
Casey Daniel, laborer, dwl N s Green bet Mont- 
gomery and Sansome 
Casey E. laborer, Bensley Water Works 
Casey Ellen Miss, teacher Union St School, dwl 

W s Brooklyn Place 
Casey James, hostler, dwl N s Jessie bet Second 

and Third 
Casey John, miner, bds Staten Island House 
Casey Joseph, tailor, dwl W s Third nr Tehama 
Casey Margaret (widow) dwl S s Bdwy W Dupont 
Casey Mary, domestic with Auguste Bonneron 
Casey Mary Mrs. liquor saloon, 14 Battery 
Casey Mary Mrs. saloon, S s Jackson nr Kearny 
Casey Michael, carpenter, dwl E s Sansome near 

Broadway 
Casey Michael, bds with John Flynn 



Casey Owen, carpenter, Sugar Refinery, cor Har- 
rison and Price 
Casey Patrick, coachman with P. B. Cornwall 
Casey Patrick, gardener, dwl E s Mission bet 

Tracy and Sparks 
Casey Patrick C. mast-maker, dwl S s Jackson 

nr Kearny 
Cashman Dennis, laborer, dwl NW cor Second 

and Silver 
Cashell Frank, longshoreman, dwl S s Broadway 

nr Montgomery 
Cashman John, dwl S s Hunt bet Second and Third 
Cashman John, waiter, Oriental Hotel 
Cashman William, bds Benton House 
Cashman William F. (Sullivan & C.) res Mariposa 
Casnow Elizabeth Miss, dwl NW cor Kearny and 

California 
Casper Augustus, shoemaker, W s Third bet 

Market and Stevenson 
Caspersen Martin, upholsterer with Frank Baker, 

dwl 142 Kearny 
Cassabohn W. (H. Bruns & Co.) resides Sonoma 
Cassady John, dwl NW cor Drumrn and Jackson 
Cassady J. C. laborer, Bensley Water Works 
Cassady John Charles, steward Mrs. S. R. Leland, 

190 California 
Cassady Jeremiah, farmer, dwl National House 
Cassan John, restaurant, dwl 18 Jackson 
Cassas F. B. Jr. dead letter clerk, P. 0. resides 

Oakland 
Casse Frangois, dwl near Lagoon 
Cassedy Ellen (widow) dwl E s Vincent bet 

Green and Union 
Cassedy John, laborer, S. F. Sugar Refinery, cor 

Harrison and Price 
Cassedy William, drayman, dwl W s Morse bet 

Bush and Pine 
Cassell Joseph F. bricklayer, dwl S s Clementina 

bet First and Second 
Cassell Nicholas, paper carrier, dwl Salmon Place 

bet Pacific and Broadway 
Cassens Henry, groceries and liquors, SW cor 

Greenwich and Stockton 
Casser William, waterman, dwl NW cor Eddy 

and Anne 
CASSERLY EUGENE, attorney-at-law, NW 

cor Commercial and Montgomery, up-stairs, 

dwl 24 Clementina 
Casserly John, carpenter, bds with P. Creighton 
Casserly Patrick boarding, N s Pacific nr Battery 
Cassey Margaret (widow) dwl Salmon Place bet 

Pacific and Broadway 
Cassidy Hugh, laborer, bds Manhattan House 
Cassidy John, laborer, dwl Ashburton Place nr 

Dupont 
Cassidy John, liquors, SW cor Front and Jackson 
Cassidy Mary Mrs. (widow) dwl 136 Broadway 

near Stockton 
Cassidy Michael, Sugar Refinery, cor Harrison 

and Price 
Cassie William, drayman for Pioneer Mills, dwl 

W s Larkin near Ellis 
Cassins M. salesman, bds What Cheer House 
Cassou P. imp Havana cigars, 111 Washington, 

dwl 144 Washington 
Castagnet Dominique, groceries and liquors, S s 

Broadway nr Stockton 
Castel Francisco, sec-hand furniture, 232 Wash 



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Castell.-mo Andrew, laundry, dwl W B Baniiain 

Place near Union 
Oaatera J. K. & Co. (L. Lacour) importers wines, 
liquors, 1 18 Washington, dwl SWoot Wash- 
ington and Spofford 

rasiillian Mme. dwl Taylor bel Paciflcand Bdwy 
CASTLK {Goodman) & FREEBORN (James) 
wholesale grocers, 53 and ~>~> Front, dwl N s 
Howard bet Second and Third 
Castle Michael, merchant, office 16 Front 
Castle Nicholas, carrier Bulletin, dwl Salmon 

bet Pacific and Broadway 
Castle Westley, oarpenter, dwl with A. W. Stone 
Castleton Henry, freight clerk, bds 21 Sansome 
Castor Eliza, domestic with Jonas Myers 
Castorano Jesus R. cabinet-maker, 127 Sacra- 
mento, dwl Webb nr Sacramento 
Oastree David IS. agent G. W. Blasdell, dwl with 

II. B. Piatt 
Castro Jos6 merchant, dwl W s Stockton near 

Greenwich 
Castro Manuel, dwl California Hotel 
Castro Mariano, attomey-at-law, bds with J. 

Alcarcz 
Caswell John C. boat-builder, SE cor Market and 

Main 
Cate N. H. Carpenter, bds What Cheer House 
Cately Leander Rev. agent Methodist Book De- 
pository, and book-keeper Pacific Methodist, 
79 Montgomery, dwl N s Pine abv Mont- 
gomery, rear 
Cathcart Wm. dwl Pacific one door W Taylor ' 
Catlin John M. bds Metropoliton Hotel 
Catlin Percival H. {Morgan & C.) 84 Mont 
Catnach T. laborer, bds What Cheer House 
Caton Mary, domestic with E. S. Perkins 
Catton John C. broker, dwl S W cor Green and 

Kearny 
Caughell James, student, dwl with P. Caughell 
Caughell Peter, captain schooner Palestine, dwl 

Zoe Place nr Folsom 
Caughlin John, driver for George D. Nagle 
Caulfield Michael, moulder, dwl rear Mission Do- 
lores Chrueh 
Cavalletti C. D. fish, Washington Market, dwl 

S s Pacific bet Kearny and Dupont 
Cavahlo ( Okas. F.) & Lussey (John) general in- 
terpreters, E s Dupont nr Sacramento, dwl 
with Herman Engelbrecht 
Cavallier Edmond, dwl N s Folsom bet Third 

and Fourth 
Cavan George, ship-joiner with James Duncan, 
dwl W s Third bet Brannan and Townsend 
Cavanagh J. machinist with T. Ogg Shaw 
Cavanaugh Jas. porter, bds What Cheer House 
Cavarly Ann (widow) dwl S s Vallejo bet Du- 
pont and Kearny 
Cavarly Edward, dwl N s Vallejo cor Mont 
Cavarly Richard, boiler-maker, dwl S s Vallejo 

bet Dupont and Kearny 
Cavaden Wm. bds Franklin House 
Cavaye A. grocers, 219 Pacific 
Cavenagh D. Mrs. laundress, dwl E s Johnston 

nr Mission 
Caverrally Richard, boiler-maker, Union Foundry 
Cavner Joanna, domestic with John D. Hunt 
Cawan William, waterman, rooms 233 Wash- 
ington 



CAXN'KAIT T. N. general insurance adjuster, 
underwriters rooms, Battery nr Washing- 
ton, dwl N s Folsom abv Simmons 
Cazneau W. L. shipmaster, bds with T. N. Caz- 

neau 
Oazneau W. L. Jr. clerk, dwl W s Powell nr Clay 
Cecy J. laborer, bds Seymour House 
Cederbleun John, blacksmith, dwl S s Tehama 

bet Third and Fourth 
Ceibrcgt Charles, miller, bds 111 Kearny 
Celle Eugene, physician, 246 Washington 
Celler Michael, express wagon, dwl N s St. 

Marks Place bet Dupont and Stockton 
Center David, dwl with John Center 
CENTER FREDERICK W. clerk, ferry boat 

Contra Costa 
Center Jas. stock-dealer, dwl with John Center 
CENTER JOHN, office Armory Hall, dwl NW 

cor Center and Folsom 
Center T. F. carrier Morning Call 
Centlivre Eliza (widow) E s Sansome bet Green 

and Vallejo 
Centlivre Henry, porter, dwl with Mrs. Eliza 

Centlivre 
Central Wharf Co. office 106 Montgomery 
Cephas William, seaman, dwl S s Stevenson bet 

Second and Ecker 
Cerf Julius, agent A. Dennery & Bro. Sacra- 
mento, 181 Montgomery, dwl S s Minna bet 
Third and Fourth 
Cerf David, dry goods, dwl S s Vallejo nr Mason 
Cernell Charles, laborer, bds Washington House 
Ceuninck Felix, liquor saloon, 193 Jackson 
Chabau X. California Hotel 
Chabot Anthony, supt S. F. Water Works, dwl 

with E. T. Steen 
Chabot Remi, bds Metropolitan Hotel 
CHACE BENJAMIN T. proprietor Chace's 
Mills, SW cor Market and Beale, dwl "W s 
Fremont nr Harrison 
Chackleton John, molder, dwl SW cor Sansome 

and Pine 
Chadbourne Chas. F. baker with Joseph Chad- 
bourne 
Chadbourne Joseph, Eclipse Bakery, E s Dupont 

nr Green 
Chadbourne Joshua, baker with Joseph Chad- 
bourne 
Chadbourne Thos. J. baker with J. Chadbourne 
Chadwick E. C. M. captain, California Steam Nav- 
igation Co. steamer Eclipse 
Chaigneau V. bakery, 189 Pacific 
Chalas C. Mme. dwl N. E. cor Bush and Mont 
Chalmack H. cap-maker with G. Rosenberg 
Chalman J. August, seaman, bds 24 Sacramento 
Chalmers Jas. B. dwl NE cor Hyde and Sutter 
Chalmers James C. liquors SE cor First and 

Mission 
Chaloner John, dwl S s Hunt bet Second and 

Third 
Chalquett James, carriage-maker, bds Columbia 

Hotel 
Chambarriere Isidore (C. Grettet & Co.) dwl 134, 

and 136 Jackson 
Chamberlain Charles M. attorney-at-law, 92 Mer- 
chant, dwl 197 Pine 
Chamberlain J. P. newspaper clerk, Post Office, 
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Chamberlain Henry L. tinsmith with Locke & 

Montague, dwl W s Kearny nr Broadway 
Chanand Francis, tailor, bds "What Cheer House 
Chandler Augustus W. silversmith, NW cor Du- 

pont and Broadway 
Chandler J. G. Lieut. Adjt. 3d Artillery U. S. A. 

Presidio 
Chandler Richard, elk with Hartshorne & Crary, 

dwl N s Union bet Kearny and Mont 
Chaney A. carpenter, dwl S s Mission bet Third 

and Fourth 
Chambers Calvin F. vertinary surgeon, N s Hunt 

nr Third 
Chambers David TV. clerk with Alfred Rix, 

Court Block 
Chambers George, stevedore, dwl E s Third bet 

Brannan and Townsend 
Chambers T. J. A. real estate agent, 187 Wash- 
ington and 172 Montgomery, dwl N s 

Greenwich nr Powell 
Champion Auguste, bottle-dealer, NE cor Geary 

and Kearny 
Champlin TVm. B. clerk with fm. H. Keith & 

Co. dwl 120 Pine 
Chapelle A. Marius, real estate broker, 97 Mer- 
chant, dwl cor Dupont and Vallejo 
Chapin Edward M. {Goodwin, Beard & C.) dwl 

SW cor Mission and First 
Chapin Ezra TV. clerk with George TV. Chapin & 

Co. dwl cor Mason and Jackson 
Chapin George, clerk, bds NE cor Mason and 

Jackson 
CHAPIN GEORGE TV. & CO. general agency 

and employment office, E s Kearny bet Clay 

and Merchant, dwl cor Jackson and Mason 
Chapin M. bds Benton House 
Chaplin George M. confectioner, dwl NTV cor Pa- 
cific and Salmon Place 
Chapman C. C. salesman with J. 0. Horan & Co 
Chapman Charles, laborer, dwl with Edward 

TVainwright 
Chapman Charles C. contractor, dwl 129 Stock 
Chapman C. M. Mrs. Brooks House, 16 Sansome 
Chapman Cyrus C. liquors, dwl with Mrs. C. TV. 

Taylor 
Chapman Edgar M. cigars, 132 California 
Chapman George, bds Columbia House, Stewart 
Chapman George, seaman, bds with Alexander 

McDonald 
Chapman George, tinsmith with Hubbard & Co. 

bds Dashaway House 
Chapman George M. confectioner, dwl 329 Stock 
Chapman George TV. porter, with McRuer & 

Merrill 
Chapman G. TV. grocer, 16 Sansome 
Chapman Ira H. dwl TV s Powell bet Greenwich 

and Filbert 
Chapman J. wheelwright, bds Seymour House 
Chapman James, Capt. Schooner Eliza, bds with 

Thomas Blackmore 
Chapman James, carpenter, bds Meyers Hotel 
Chapman James E. dwl 94 Sacramento 
Chapman John, soap-maker, with Metcalf & 

Brokaw 
Chapman John, wheelwright with M. TV. Allen, 

bds at Seymour House 
Chapman William B. dwl 204 Clay 
Chapman TVilliam D. dwl 152 Kearny 



Chappelle J. G. policeman, City Hall 
Chard Obed, vegetables, Presidio road opp Pre- 
sidio House 
Chardin Amand M. restaurant, 251 Dupont 
Charles Henry, boatman, dwl S s Lombard nr 

Mason 
Charles Isaac, dwl 127 Pine 
Charles Isadore, paper box manufacturer, 110 

Sacramento 
Charles James TV. dancer, Gilbert's Melodeon 
Charles L. L. purser, Cal. Steam Nav. Co. 
Charles Robert H. feed, S s Market opp Kearny 
Charles Thomas, cook with Engelberg & Sie- 

brecht 
Charles Thomas C. liquidating entry clerk, C. H. 

dwl TV s Dupont nr Greenwich 
Charlson C. J. musician, dwl 64 Montgomery 
Charlton Augustus, clerk, dwl N s Vallejo nr 

Dupont 
Charlton Caroline Mrs. straw bonnet manufac- 
turer, dwl N s Vallejo nr Dupont 
Charlton Francis (colored) bootblack, 123 Mcht 
Charlton Sarah, domestic with Mrs. M. H. Yates 
Charlton TVilliam H. carpenter, dwl TV s Davis 

nr Vallejo 
Charpentier Adolph, distiller, with J. E. Castera 

&Co 
Charpiot Joseph, feed store, 370 Stockton 
Charrau Melanie Mme. smoked meats, 6 New 

Market, dwl St. Mark's Place nr Stockton 
Chartier Auguste, washman, dwl NTV cor Post 

and Hyde 
Charton Adrien, paper-box maker with Charles 

Thiebaut, dwl 63 Kearny 
Chase Andrew J. {Breed & O.) dwl TV s Taylor 

bet Clay and Sacramento 
Chase Charles, jeweler, with C. F. Mohrig 
CHASE {Charles M.) & BORUCK {Marcus D.) 

editors and proprietors Spirit of the Times 

and Fireman's Journal, 120 Mont, dwl 7 

Stone 
CHASE E. JACOB superintendent "Washington 

Market, dwl 68 Merchant, third floor 
Chase Ellen Mrs. dressmaker E s Stockton bet 

Sacramento and California 
Chase George, ship owner, dwl E s Fremont bet 

Folsom and Harrison 
Chase George, vinegar manufactory cor Everett 

and Fourth 
Chase G. H. actor, Maguire's Opera House 
Chase Henry A. compositor Spirit of the Times, 

dwl 7 Stone 
Chase James B. {Be Vries & C.) dwl E s Mont 

bet Green and Vallejo 
Chase James H. blacksmith with T. Ogg Shaw, 

dwl S s Commercial bet Davis and Drumm 
Chase Quincy A. book-keeper with A. Kohler, 

dwl N s Pine bet Stockton and Powell 
Chase Robert P. physician, 136 Bush 
Chase Thomas, caulker, dwl E s Beale nr Fol- 
som, rear 
Chase "William TV. clerk, dwl E s Kearny nr 

Pacific 
Chatfield R. machinist, bds Columbia Hotel, Pine 
Chatham Rowland, miller, Sierra Nevada Mills, 

dwl Potrero nr Brannan St. Bridge 
CHAUCHE ADRIAN G. importer wines and 

liquors 197 Montgomery, dwl 258 Dupont 



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Chaumond (Eugein)& Marellin (Laurent) Franco 

American Restaurant, 252 Dupont 
Ohauvet Justin, calker, dwl SW cor Market and 

Main 
Ohavance Adle Mmo, groceries 258 Dupont 
Chavelier Louisa Mine, dwl Es St. Mary's nr 

Pine 

Chavon Jules, merchant, dwl lit Washington 

Check Weekly M. property man Maguire's Opera 
House, dwl HI Dorado Building 

Cheesebrough Elizabeth A. Mrs. furnished rooms 

Ml Dorado Building, SE cor Kearny and 

Washington 
ibrougb Staats, dwl E3 Dorado Building 

cor Kearny and Washington 
Gheesman Morton (AT. Brwmagim <fc Co.) dwl Ns 

Folsom bet Second and Third 
Cheever Henrj T A. ship broker, dwl W s Essex 

nr Harrison 
Cheidlar Joseph, dwl N a Folsom bet Price and 

Harris 
Cheniiu Leon, editor and publisher L'Union 

Franco Americaine, office 133 Clay 
Chendle John, physician, dwl W s Third bet 

Market and Mission 
Cheminant A. chemist, dwl 10 Virginia 
CHENEY DAVID B. REV. pastor First Baptist 

Church, dwl SW cor Clay and Prospect Place 
Cheney Henry W. book-keeper Railroad House 

46 Commercial 
Cheney J. {Savory & Co.) dwl E s Kearny bet 

California and Pine 
Cheriasis M. fruit peddler, dwl 228 Pacific 
Cheriasis Michael, with T. J. A. Chambers, dwl 

187 Washington 
Cherry Charles, proprietor Philadelphia Bakery, 

W s Third bet Folsom and Harrison 
Cherry Cuthbert, blacksmith, Union Foundry 
Cherry James, boiler-maker, dwl 10 Sansome 
Cherry John A. laborer, Bensley "Water Works, 

dwl 108 Sacramento 
Cherry John W. house and sign painter, 159 

Montgomery, dwl Hyde nr Green 
Cheseall Henry, with Overland Mail Co. dwl N s 

Post nr Stockton 
Chesley Charles P. speculator, N s Minna bet 

Third and Fourth 
Chesley J. carrier Morning Call 
Chester Andrew, carpenter, boards with Thomas 

Livesey 
Chester Henry, laborer with R. Merriman 
Chester John, drayman, bds Staten Island House 
Chevallier V. drug store, 207 Clay 
Chevassus Edward, book-keeper with J. Guerin 

& Co. dwl Union Hotel 
Cheves Antonio, St. Francis Hotel 
OHEVERS WM. H. clerk, U. S. District Court, 

and U. S. Commissioner, office 14 U. S. Court 

Bdg, dwl 261 Clay 
Chick Elwell, carpenter and builder, dwl N s 

Jessie, bet First and Anthony 
Chick Harrison, elk with Badger & Lindenberger, 

dwl X s Jessie bet First and Second 
Chick Jacob, baker, SW cor Minna and Third 
Child Wm. C. clerk with John R. Mead & Co. 
Childress Martha M. Mrs. adjuster, U. S. Branch 

Mint, dwl N s Greenwich nr Stockton 
Childs Charles, clerk, dwl El Dorado Building 



Childa E. O. painter, XF oor Jackson and Bat 
Childs George, ship clerk, dwl X s Folsom bet 

Third and Fourth 

Childs Jas. carpenter, bds Columbia Hotel, Pine 
Childs o. W. dwl 39 Montgomery 
Childs Perry G. commission merchant, 38 Sac 
Childs Wm. waiter, 118 Montgomery 
Chinmark Moses, shipwright, dwl 6 Spear 
Ching Chong, Chinese goods, 232 Jackson 
Ching Lee, (Chinese) washing, 81 Kearny 
Chipman Wm, W. attorney-at-law, office with 

B. S. Brooks, dwl W s Stock nr Greenwich 
Chisholm Alex, salesman with Henderson Bros. 

bds Columbia Hotel, Pine 
Chisholm Daniel, clerk, bds with Win. Chisholm 
Chisholm Daniel, laborer with D. McLennan 
Chisholm Donald, wood-worker, boards Mission 

Streel House 
Chisholm Wm. pressman Alta California, dwl 

S s Greenwich nr Dupont 
Chittenden Arthur, teacher S. F. College, boards 

with Rev. J. Chittenden. 
CHITTFXDFX (ffenry W.) & CULVERWELL 

(Stephen) sash, door and blind manuf, Mar- 
ket St. Mills, S s Market bet First and Ecker, 

dwl 233 Clay above Dupont 
CHITTENDEN "JOHN REV. principal S. F. 

College, N s Bush bet Mason and Taylor 
Chittenden Joseph G. box-maker with Hobbs, 

Gilmore & Co. dwl S s Tehama bet First and 

Second 
Chittenden Nathaniel W. attorney-at-law, NE 

cor Jackson and Mongomery 
Choate Thomas B. clerk with Wm. H. Keith & 

Co. dwl 137 Montgomery 
Chockerton Wm. machinist, dwl SW cor Sansome 

and Pine 
Chong Long, (Chinese) washing, 87 Bush 
Chopdelane Louis, St. Francis Hotel 
Choquette E. blacksmith, bds 62 and 64 Pacific 
Choynski (Isidor N.) & Co. (Solomon Sanders) 

billiard saloon, SE corner Sac and Leid, dwl 

cor Jackson and Stockton 
Christan Frederick, cook New Atlantic Hotel, 

181 Pacific 
Christian Antonio, barber, W s Battery nr Pacific 
Christian E. J. dwl SE cor Sacramento and Davis 
CHRISTIAN RICHARD, silk-dyer, junction 

Market and Eddy, office 76 Montgomery 
Christian Sarah Mrs. Eureka wool and silk- 
dyeing, 76 Montgomery 
Christiansen C. (J. T. HaUock & Co.) dwl 252 

Powell 
Christianson Jerrigan, coffee-manuf with Charles 

Bernard, dwl W side Annie bet Jessie and 

Stevenson 
Christie Henry, book-keeper with C. Storm & Co. 

dwl W s Oneida Place nr Sacramento 
Christie James, liquor saloon, S s Washington 

bet Stockton and Powell 
Christin Charles, melter with H. Hentsch, dwl 

120 Montgomery 
Christin Louis (Pons & C.) dwl SW cor Pine 

and Kearny 
Christmas Wm. cook U. S. Marine Hospital 
Christophus Antonio, bowling alley, 232 Pacific 
Christy James, carpenter, dwl S side Mission bet 

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Christ}' Jas. shipsinitli, dwl E s Baldwin Court 

or Folsom 
Christy Robert, Macksmith Yulcan Foundry, bds 

Isthmus House, First 
Christy s. 1'. cashier Naval Office, Custom House, 

dwl 182 California 
Ghubuck Henry, carpenter, dwl 46 Washington 
Chule John, dwl 2:;o Clay 

Chung La (Chinese) laundry, S s Clark nr Davis 
Chung Shung & Co. Chiuese merchants, 173 Sac 
Chung S i m u", (Chinese) washing, 71 Merchant 
Church Bdw. W. (Sather & C.) dwl E s Second 

nr Harrison 
Church John, boiler-maker with Geo. W. Coffee, 

dwl with Mrs. Jane Gibbons 
Church {Joseph) & Snow {Thomas) boiler-makers, 

SE cor Market and Beale, dwl 64 Mont 
Church M. bdsBenton House 
Church Win. A. lodgings, 168 Commercial 
Churchell Joseph, cooper withH. Gallagher & Co. 

dwl IS Jackson 
Churchill Alfred, saloon, NW cor Francisco and 

Lombard 
Churchward John, stevedore, dwl with George 

Mitchell 
Cian Thomas Rev. asst pastor St. Francis Church, 

dwl S s Green nr Dupont 
Cienega Anastacio, 321 Dupont 
Cienega Buenaventura, laborer, 321 Dupont 
Cienega Isabel, dress-maker, N s Broadway nr 

Dupont 
Cienega Masedonio, laborer, 321 Dupont 
Cills James 11. clerk U. S. B. Mint, dwl 3 Stock 
Cimmerman Simon, waiter, dwl 229 Kearny 
Cincovich Peter, fruit-store, N s Wash E Stock 
CIFRICO ( George) & E WALD {Edward) proptrs 

Montgomery Baths, 163 Mont, dwl 6 Stone 
Citigan Geo. II. carpenter with J. L. C. Robin- 
son, dwl 111 Washington 
Citron M. L. clothing, 63^ Pacific 
City Letter Express, office 162 Montgomery 
Claffey Hubert D. carpenter, bds 89 Bush 
Claffey M. Miss, weaver, S. F. Woolen Factory 

Black Point 
Claiburg M. clothing, dwl American Hotel 
Clak Charles W. stevedore, dwl Clay nr Larkin 
Clancey Patrick, laborer, Fort Point, dwl Ft Point 
Clancy Michael, fireman, dwl N s Green between 

Montgomery and Sansome 
Clancy Thomas, driver, with Hall & Brigham 41 

Washington Market 
Clancy Thomas 13. drayman, with Taaffe, McCa- 

hill A Co. dwl S W eor Jones and Chestnut 
Claney Edward, furniture wagon, dwl 83 Bush 
Clapp Caleb, paper-hanger, dwl W s Second nr 

Howard 
Clapp Qustavus W. clerk, dwl SWcor California 

and Sansome 
Clapp {Jason) & Piatt, (James) wagon-makers, 

SW cur Market and First, dwl 56 Natoma 
Clapp Louisa A. Mrs. teacher, Powell St School 
Claprick John (Lawton & C.) dwl W s Fremont, 

bet Howard and Folsom 
Clara John, tailor, 47 Montgomery 
Clark Allen ('. machinist, Union Foundry, dwl 

SW cor First and Minna 
Clark Benjamin, carpenter, dwl with John D. 

Phillips 



Clark C. seaman, bds 62 and 64 Pacific 

Clark Caroline Mrs. dwl 17 Sutter 

Clark C. B. book-binder, with A. Buswell 

(lark Charles Capt. dwl 'I'll Pacific 

Clark Charles II. Jr. clerk, with LoringA Mason 

Clark Charles P. watchman, with John Gardner 

& Co. dwl W s Ritch bet Folsom and Harri- 
son 
Clark Edward, clerk, Wm. T. Coleman & Co. dwl 

121 Pine 
Clark Edwin P. mason, dwl W s Oneida Place 
Clark Eliza (widow) lodgings, 94 Sacramento 
( 'lark Elizabeth (widow) bds with John Meiveuzie 
Clark Ellen Mrs. (widow) dwl 179 Dupont 
Clark E. Z. Capt. Cal. S. N. Co. Steamer Helen 

Hensley, dwl S s Laurel Place bet First aud 

Essex 
Clark Francis M. seaman, dwl S s Lick Alley bet 

First and Ecker 
Clark Francis M. longshoreman, bds with James 

Cornynn 
Clark George, carpenter, dwl W s Third between 

Brannan and Townsend 
Clark George W. paper-hangings, 131 Clay, dwl 

SP] cor Mason and Union 
Clark Goodhaud, tobacconist, with T. Penfield 

& Co. dwl with Mrs. Mary Thompson 
Clark Hawkins, dwl NE eor Mont and California 
Clark Hiram (Aberneihy C.& Co.) pier 4 Stewart 
Clark Jabel, seaman, dwl W s Spear nr Folsom 
Clark James, laborer, dwl W s Beale bet Mission 

and Howard 
Clark James, druggist, dwl S s Union nr Dupont 
Clark J. D. with Jacoby & Co. bds Plaza Hotel 
Clark Jessie, laborer, Empire Brewery, dwl 106 

Jessie 
Clark John, carpenter and builder, W s Second, 

bet Market and Stevenson 
Clark John, carpenter, bds Isthmus House, First 
Clark John (colored) waiter, dwl Fella Alley nr 

Powell 
Clark John, baker, bds with C. Fallon 
Clark John D. foreman, with N. B. Jacobs & Co. 

dwl E s Second, nr Market 
Clark John G. paying teller, with Fretz & Rals- 
ton, dwl NE cor Washington aud Jones 
CLARK JONAS G. & CO. (George B. Wilbur) 

importers and manufacturers furniture, 128 

Washington, bds Hotel International 
Clark Joseph, (Cross & Co.) dwl N\V cor Jones 

and Chestnut 
Clark Joseph, carpenter, bds SE cor Pine and 

Battery 
Clark Joseph E. sewing factory, E s Davis bet 

Clay and Commercial, dwl 319 Stockton 
Clark Joseph W. physician, dwl S s Harrison bet 

Second aud Third 
Clark J. P. with Joseph E. Clark 
Clark J. R. bds What Cheer House 
Clark J. W. (./. //. CwjhM & Co.) dwl S s Har- 
rison W Second 
Clark Judson, baker, with Caminet & Kauce, dwl 

E s Clara bet Push and Sutter 
Clark Lewis, bds Western House, Stewart 
Clark L. Mrs. dwl S s Broadway nr Powell 
Clark Margaret (widow) dwl 94 Sac- 
Clark Maria Mrs. dwl S s Stevenson bet Third 

and Fourth 



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Clark Mary Mrs. dwl S s St. Charles 
Chuk Nathan, barber, with A. Dreamer, dwl 17 
Second 

Clark <>. Rev. dwl with John G. Clark 
Clark P. laborer, Benaley Water Works 
Clark Patrick, laborer, lids with J. Tyrrell 
CLARK [Poet <;.) t smith. 0'i»irk» J.) 

photographic gallery, BE cor Clay and 

Kearny, bds Railroad House 
Clark Pomeroy B. stuck dealer, dwl 15 Tehama. 

Clark K. bdfi What Cheer House 

Clark [Reuben) Si Ketritzef (.Henry) architects, 126 

California, dwl 121 Pine 
Clark R. Frank, salesman, with E. M. Cottrelldwl 

!» 1 Sacramento 
Clark Robert, gardener, dwl W s Drumm bet 

Jackson and Pacific 
Clark Rodney, machinist, with Nelson & Doble, 

dwl with Charles J. Ladd 
Clark Seymour IS. clerk, with 0. F. Giffin & Bro. 

dwf 280 Stockton 
Clark Smyth, dwl X\V cor Wash, and Sansome 
Clark Thos. at Union Foundry, bds Staten Island 

1 1 1 iuse 
Clark Thomas W. carpenter, Dunbar Alley rear 

Citv Hall, bds with Thomas Livesay 
Clark Treat P. carpenter, 171 California, dwl W 

s Taylor bet Green and Union 
Clark "William, carpenter, dwl S s Sutter nr Mason 
Clark William, dwl XE cor Clay and Davis 
Clark William, seaman, bds 186 Sansome 
Clark William Henry, clerk, with Benj. F. Mead 
Clark Wm. II. attorney-at-law, 34 Mont, dwl S s 

Bush bet Mason and Taylor 
Clark Win. II. T. silver-plater, 2 Trainers Row 
Clark W. S. real estate, dwl 132 California 
Clarke Albert II. com. merchant, 50 California 
Clarke Alfred, policeman, dwl 250 Kearny 
Clarke C. M. laborer, S. F. Sugar Refinery, cor 

Harrison and Price 
Clarke Daniel, attorney-at-law, rooms 11 and 13 

Court Block, dwl Jackson nr Mason 
Clarke Francis, paper-carrier, dwl S s Greenwich 

between Taylor and Jones 
Clarke Horace, agent Carr's fence, dwl W s Third 

bet Brannan and Townsend 
Clarke James, grocer, dwl SE cor Market and 

Second 
CLARKE JEREMIAH, attorney-at-law, rooms 

11 and 13 Court Block, dwl cor Fremont and 

Harrison 
Clarke J. H. apothecary at St. Mary's Hospital 
Clarke John A. Dep. County Assessor, City Hall 
Clarke Xewman S. Brev. Brig. Gen. Com. Pac. 

Div. U. S. A., office 44 Bush, dwl Tehama 

House 
Clarke (Simon) & Dutton (Cyrus H.) barbers, 35 

Kearny 
Clarke Thomas, blacksmith, Union Foundry 
Clarke William, laborer with D. C. McGlynn 
Clarkson E. S. policeman Bella Union, dwl 109 

Merchant 
Clarkson Henry C. dep't Inspector Provisions, 

156 Battery, dwl 48 Xatoma 
Clarkston John, (colored) seaman, bds with Wm. 

J. Smith 
Claron Armada, with Dulip & Waddington, dwl 

96 Broadway 



Clary Benjamin M. bds Western Souse, Stewart 
Clary Frank, clerk, bds with Patrick Clary 
Clary James, butcher, bds with Edward Barron 
Clary John, dwl SW cor Front and Jackson 
Clary John, miner, bds 59 Minna 
Clary Patrick, salesman, dwd Ss Chesnut near 

Stockton 
Clary Thomas, laborer, dwl 354 Stockton, rear 
Clary Thomas, waterman, dwl SW cor Jessie and 

Jane 
Clary Thomas, laborer, bds 58 Pacific 
Classen James, dwl X s John nr Powell 
Classen J. 0. carpenter, dwl E s Powell near 

Francisco 
Classen J. Milton, Pacific Soda Works, Ss Jessie 

bet Second and Third 
Claughley James, dwl X s Filbert nr Taylor 
Claughlev Mary Mrs. actress, dwl X a Filbert nr 

Taylor 
Clausen Francis, diamond-setter, 174 Clay 
Clausen Theodore, ship-carpenter, dwl 174 Clay 
Clauson Benjamin, longshoreman, dwl E s Taylor 

bet Geary and Post 
Gauss Jacob, cook with Bitter & Wyman, SW cor 

Kearny and Pacific 
Clausse Julie Mine, dressmaking, 263 Jackson 
Clawiter Minna Mrs. midwife, 51 Montgomery 
Clay J. P. brick -yard, cor Broadway and Leaven- 
worth 
Clay St. Wharf Co. office 68 Merchant 
Clay Thomas, broker, 35 Front, dwl E s Bryant 

bet Second and Third 
Clayburgh Albert, clothing, 110 Commercial 
Clayburgh Morris, clerk with A. Clayburgh, dwl 

110 Commercial 
Claypool W T m. painter with Wilson & Moulton, 

148 Front 
Clayton Anna E. Miss, teacher Market St. School 
CLAYTOX CHARLES & CO. (Sam. S. Johnson) 

produce com, and agents Santa Clara Mills, 

65 Clav, dwl X s Minna nr Third 
Clayton F. D. bond-clerk C. H. dwl 177 Dupont 
Clayton Furman, engineer, dwl Xs Jackson near 

Mason 
Cleary Francis D. clerk with Taaffe, McCahill & 

Co. dwl S s Chesnut bet Stockton and Powell 
Cleary Patrick, salesman with Taaffe, McCahill & 

Co. dwl Ss Chesnut bet Stockton and Powell 
Cleary Peter, laborer, bds with Timothy Crowley 
Cleaveland E. dwl 204 Stockton 
Cleaveland Henry W. ( Williams & C.) bds Ori- 
ental Hotel. 
Clees Peter, billiard table manf, 147 Jackson 
Clehan Mary (widow) dwl S s Stevenson bet 

Second & Ecker 
Clein H. fruits, 200 Kearny 
Clein John (Lowenberg <£ C.) dwl 55 Sansome 
Clemen G. S. laborer, dwl W s Jansen nr Green- 
wich 
Clemens John, bottler with Turner Bros, dwl SE 

cor Broadway and Front 
Clemens Thomas, merchant, dwl 215 Sac 
Clement Daniel, carpenter, dwl W s Trinity bet 

Sutter and Bush 
Clement Eliza Mrs. dwl 7 Virginia Place 
Clement Ephraim, clerk, bds with J. Clement 
Clement Jabish, phonographic reporter, 177 

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Clement Joseph, searcher of records, Brenham 

Place, dwl NW cor Green and Union Place 

nr Dupont 
Clement J. workman with J. G. Clark & Co. 
Clement RosWefl P. {Merrill, 0. A White) 177 

Washington, dwl E s Third bet Folsom and 

Harrison 
Clement West, carpenter, dwl with R. P. Cle- 
ment 
Clement William, engineer with S. A. Metcalf 
Clements John, cook Clinton Temperance House 
Clements Matilda Miss, millinery and fancy goods, 

SE cor Second and Natoma 
Clemous Win. engineer, dwl N s Minna bet Third 

and Fourth 
Clere Paul, machinist, Vulcan Foundry 
Clermode Edward, sash-maker with Metcalf & 

Brokaw 
Cleveland G. W. (J. C. Horan & Co.) dwl N s 

Post bet Kearny and Dupont 
Clift Amos, lighthouse-keeper South Farralones 
Clien Moses, groceries and liquors, 252 Kearny 
Clifford Mehitable (widow) dwl S s Jackson near 

Taylor 
Clifton J. H. actor, Lyceum Theater 
Clinch Christopher, book-keeper, dwl 174 Wash 
Clinch Thomas, drayman with James Valentine, 

dwl 61 Jackson 
Cline Charles, boots and shoes, 54 Commercial 
Cline Ellen 0. (widow) dwl with G. H. Ramsey 
Cline John, laborer, dwl Leavenworth bet Pacific 

and Jackson 
Cline Philip, butcher, dwl N s Hunt bet Second 

and Third 
Cline Peter, dwl Leavenworth bet Pacific and 

Jackson 
Clinton James, drayman, dwl S s Natoma nr Fifth 
Clinton John, seaman dwl S s Vallejo nr Mont 
Clinton John, miner, dwl NW cor Davis and Com 
Cloak Daniel, machinist, bds with Mrs. Mary A. 

Walsh 
Clober John, carpenter, dwl E s Salina Place 
Cloney Bridget, domestic with W. M. Bromley 
Cloney Dennis, laborer, Miner's Foundry 
Cloran J. bds What Cheer House 
Close J. E. laborer with George W. Blasdell 
Clough Elijah, compositor with Towne & Bacon, 

dwl cor Sacramento and Powell 
Clough George, bds What Cheer House 
Clough George, tinsmith with Hubbard & Co. 

dwl Pine bet Kearny and Dupont 
Clough John, blacksmith, dwl 161 Jessie 
Clough John (Bath & C.) dwl Jessie nr Third 
CLOUGH (Joseph) & DAM (George W.) brokers 
and real estate agents, 114 Montgomery, 
bds 269 Stockton [Pacific 

Clynes Michael, baker, American Bakery, 223 
Coachmon John C. merchant, dwl N s Market 

bet Kearny and Montgomery 
Coad A. machinist, Fulton Foundry 
Coad Henry, actor, dwl 222 Stockton 
Coakley John, plasterer, dwl 41 St. Marks Place 
Cobb Alexander, laborer, dwl SW cor Folsom 

and Spear 
Cobb David, clerk with Stallmann & Herrlich 
COBB (Henry A.) & SINTON (Richard H.) real 
estate agcuts and auctioneers, 102 Mont- 
gomery, dwl 349 Powell 



Cobb John, boatman, dwl N s Sutter nr Mont 
Cobleigh J. L. milk-ranch, Clay bet Polk and Van 

Ness Avenue 
Coblens V. L. dwl Sansome St House 
Coburn Frank, carpenter, dwl 204 Stockton / 
COBURN L. livery and sale stables, 1 I I Sansome 
Cockburn Wm. trader, dwl with James Landers 
Cockney Wm. dwl W s Pollard Place nr Vallejo 
Cochran Alexander (colored) laborer, dwl 92 Bdy 
Cochran Alexander S. (colored) waiter with 

Austin E. Smith 
Cochran Elizabeth Miss, dress-maker, dwl S s 

Post bet Kearny and Dupont 
Cochran John, boiler-maker with Coffey & Risdon 
Cochran John, laborer, dwl 195 Sansome 
Cochran John, lime and cement, NE cor Front 

and Sacramento, dwl with Mrs. A. Smith 
Cochrane Mary V. Mrs. dwl E s Third bet Market 

and Stevenson 
Cochrane Robert, carpenter, Fort Point 
Cochran Robert, gardener, dwl N s Harrison bet 

Harris and Simmons 
Code John ( Wm. and J. C.) dwl 17 Battery 
Code Louis, cook, dwl S s Sutter bet Jones and 

Leavenworth 
Code William & John, livery stable, 17 Battery 
Codington Charles P. (Litchfield & C.) dwl SW 

cor Geary and Taylor 
Coddington J. dwl 83 Bush 
Codington William H. accountant, dwl W s 

Taylor near Geary 
Cody John, laborer with George D. Nagle 
Cody Michael (McAran & Go.) bds 192 Pine 
Cody Patrick, laborer, dwl N s Minna bet Fifth 

and Simmons 
Cody Thomas Rev. dwl S s Green nr Dupont 
Coe Edward II. policeman, City Hall, dwl 155 

Mission 
Coes George H. business manager, Gilbert's 
Melodeon, dwl NW cor Union and Dupont 
Coen Catherine, domestic with George B. Cooke 
COFFEE (George W.) & HASWELL (Edmund 
if.) consulting and superintending engineers, 
124 Montgomery, room 10 
Coffee George W., U. S. inspector boilers, and 
machinist, 51 Jackson, dwl N s Mission bet 
Second and Third 
Coffee Johanna (widow) dwl 111 Kearny 
COFFEY EDWARD, groceries and liquors, 171 

Front 
Coffey Esther (widow) dwl E s Stockton nr Union 
Coffey John, boarding, 90 Pacific 
Coffey John, packer with L. Krambach, dwl S s 

Geary bet Dupont and Jackson 
COFFEY (Lewis) & RISDON (J. X.) boiler- 
makers, NE cor Bush and Market, dwl S s 
Howard bet First and Second 
Coffey N. B. groom with J. S. Taylor 
Coffey Patrick, painter, bds with Pat. Creighton 
Coffey Wm. boiler-maker with Coflfey As Risdon 
Coffin Albert, cooper, dwl Everett bet Third and 

Fourth 
Coffin Albert J. cooper, dwl with C. A Taber 
Coffin A. G. (Redington & Co.) res New York 
Coffin Alexander, repacker salt provisions, E s 
Front bet Pacific and Chambers, dwl S s 
Minna bet Third and Fourth 
Coffin Benjamin, dwl E s Salina Place 



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Collin F. P. engineer, M<tt Works, E i Taylor 

near Chestnut 
Coffin P. P. bds with William II. O'Neill 

Ooffln Henry, cooper, dwl S b Howard bet First 

and Second 
Coffin Jarvis B. book-keeper with R. S. Eells & 

en. dwl s\V cor Beaie and Harrison 
Coffin John, painter with Hamilton & White 
Collin .1. W. drayman with Truett, Jones ft 

Arlington, dwl N b Broadway nr Mason 
Collin Reuben M. cooper, dwl Ss Clay bet Powell 

and Mason 

C( >FB A N ( Qeorge) & FELL (Edtvard) contractors 
raising and moving buildings, 8 B Sutter bet 
Montgomery and Sansome, dwl Ss Bush bet 
Stockton and Powell 

COGGESHALL J. II. apothecary, NE cor Stock- 
ton and Pacific, dwl W S Mason bet Broad- 
way and Vallejo 

Coghill A. J. (A. J. Coghill, Sacramento) office 
71 Flout, dwl Ss Clay bet Tavlor and Jones 

COGHILL J. II. ft CO. (J. W. Clark and Wm. 
N. Coghill) importers and jobbers groceries 
and provisions, SW corner Front and Com- 
mercial, residence New York 

Coghill William X. (J. H Coghill & Co.) dwl S s 
Washington bet Taylor and Jones 

Coghlan T. bds What Cheer House 

Coghlan Thomas, clerk withD. C. McGlynn, dwl 
U. S. Court Building 

Coghlin Daniel C. shipwright, dwl W s Fremont 
bet Howard and Folsom 

Cogill John, teacher of dancing, 270 Stockton, 
dwl 344 Powell 

Cogswell Henry D. real estate, Cogswell's Build- 
ing, 140, 142 and 144 Front 

Cogswell James L. dentist, Cogswell's Building, 
140, 142 and 144 Front 

Cogswell James P. agent, stoves and tinware, 
NE cor Davis and Commercial, dwl 20 Stev 

Cohan L. bds What Cheer House 

Cohea E. U. inspector, C. H. dwl Leavenworth 
near Pacific 

Cohen Alexander, clerk with A. Rosenthal!, dwl 
85 Commercial 

Cohen B. clothing. S s Jackson nr Davis 

Cohen Benjamin, clothing, SW cor Commercial 
and Leidesdorff 

Cohen D. C. stoves, etc. 46 Sansome, dwl 163 Mis- 
sion 

Cohen Harris, dwl 179 Dupont 

Cohen Henry L. salesman, with J. Jacoby, dwl 
cor Pine and St. Marys 

Cohen Hyam H. importer clothing, 107 Sacra- 
mento, resides New York 

Cohen Jacob ft Co. (Alexander Henry) importers 
and jobbers fancy dry goods, 86 Sacramen- 
to, residence New York 

Cohen Jacob S. office Beef and Pork Inspector, 
156 Battery, dwl S s Union bet Taylor and 
Jones 

Cohen John, clerk, dwl 101 Kearny 

Cohen L. [Cohen & Brother) dwl 104 Commercial 

Cohen Louis, clerk, 250 Stockton, bds N s Jack- 
son nr Powell 

Cohen M. dry goods, bds What Cheer House 

Cohen Michael, with Froomberg & Co. dwl 79 
Commercial 



COIIKX MORRIS A. broker, 52 Clay, res, 

Alameda 

Cohen (Myer) ft Brother (X.) clothing, 104 and 
L06 Commercial 

Cohen Nathan, tailor, with Bennett ft Ban] 

N s Broadway nr Kearny 
Cohen Samuel, astrologer, 160 California 

Cohen s. II. broker, dwl W a Stockton nr Green 
Cohen Simon, clerk with Benjamin Cohen, dwl 

SW Corner Commercial and Leidesdorff 

Cohen Simon, peddler, dwl SEcor Sacramento and 
Leidesdorff 

Cohen William, waiter, with T. H. Stevens, dwl 

Washington nr Front 
Cohen William, dwl 208 Kearny 
Cohen William, sail-maker, dwl 99 Pine 
Cohn Abraham, tailor, W s Davis bet Commer- 
cial and Clay 
Cohn Abm. glazier, dwl Rassette Place nr Sutter 
Cohn Edward, cigar stand, 173 Clay 
Cohn Gabriel, clerk, with J. Jacobs, dwl 78 Com- 
mercial 
Cohn Henry, clothing, 86 Sacramento up-stairs 
C< )11X (Henry) ft CO. (Henry Woodleaf & Fred- 
erick M. Reinhari) importers clothing and 
hats, 7 Custom House Block, res New York 
Cohn Herman, furniture wagon, dwl SW corner 

Ritch and Folsom 
Cohn Isaac, cigar stand, NE cor Commercial and 

Kearny, dwl 169 Commercial 
Cohn Isidore, tailor, dwl 24 First 
Cohn James, tailor, 231 Pacific 
Cohn Joseph, tailor, with I. Michel, dwl 77 Mont 
Cohn Louis, dwl cor Sacramento and Taylor 
. Yi M anhim, cigar manufacturer, NW cor CaL 

and Battery, bds 4 Custom House Block 
Cohn Meyer A. variety store, 364 Second 
Cohn Morris, cigar-maker, with Manasse & Da- 
vidson, bds Lutgen's Hotel 
Cohn Solomon, glazier, dwl Rassette Place near 

Sutter 
Cohrn Edward, clerk, dwl N s Post bet Kearny 

and Montgomery 
Coin Raymond, laundry, dwl S s Sutter nr Larkin 
Coit Benjamin B. physician, 175 Clay 
Colborn Ann D. Mrs. dress-maker, dwl W s Du- 
pont bet Sacramento and California 
Colburn Charles H. M. porter, Wells. Fargo & Co. 
Colburn Richard, special policeman, dwl N s Sil- 
ver bet Second and Third 
Colburn William, ship-master, dwl W s East bet 

Jackson and Washington 
Colby A. L. machinist, dwl 108 Sacramento 
Colby Charles A. foreman, Cal. Christian Advo- 
cate office, dwl cor Clay aDd Mason 
Colby Cyrus F. waterman, dwl 1 Quincy Place 
Colby Eben C. farmer, dwl 1 Quincy Place 
Colby Henry S. milkman, Johnson's ranch, S s 

Presidio road 
Colby Hiram H. teamster, dwl 1 Quincy Place 
Colby James T. calker, dwl SW cor Geary and 

Jones 
Colby John, carpenter, bds 180 Mission 
Colby Mathew H. farmer, dwl 1 Quincy Place 
Colcord Joseph G. painter, with H. G. Bloomer, 

bds What Cheer House 
Cole Charles J. stage carpenter, Lyceum, dwl N 
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Colo Edward, porter, with Dupuy, Foulkes & Co. 
Cole II. paper-hanger, dwl BE oor Front and 

Broadway 
Cole J. workman, with Coffey & Risdon 
Cole John, laborer, dwl N b Howard bet Second 

and Third 
Cole Josiab L. machinist, dwl E a Becond bet 

Minna and Natoma 
Cole Levi F. boiler-maker, Vulcan Foundry, dwl 

B s Folsom bet Third and Fourth 
Cole Lyman, paper-hanger, with Joseph Robinson 
COLE H. BEVERLY physician and professor of 
obstretrics, medical department University 
Pacific, office 228 Washington, dwl 8 s Mis- 
sion between Second and Third 
COLE ( R. /•:.) & BLAKE, (<'. K.) surgeon dent- 
ists. 201 Clay res Oakland 
Coles N. Willis, book-keeper with City and Coun- 
ty Sheriff, City Hall, dwl 130 Dupont 
Coleman C. miner, bds What Cheer House 
Coleman Havid R. {Gardner & C.) dwl SW 

Kearny and Vallejo 
Coleman Edward {Harris & C.) res New York 
Coleman Ellen, domestic, with J. D. Thornton 
Coleman G-. M. boot-titter, with John G. Hein, 

dwl N s Bush bet Stockton and Powell 
Coleman .1. porter. l>ds What Cheer House 
Coleman .las. II. accountant, with N. L. Brough- 

ton. dwl witli Mrs. Mary Green 
Coleman John, cook, Meyer's Hotel 
Coleman John, clerk, lids with John Williams 
Coleman John II. clerk, Alta California 
Coleman John V. laborer, dwl W s Trinity bet 

Sutter and Bush 
Coleman Margaret M. Miss, dress-maker, dwl 

.John or Mason 
Coleman Mary (widow) washing, dwelling rear 

Michael Linehan 
Coleman Michael, laborer, dwl E s Mary Lane 

nr Butter 
Coleman Thomas, shoe-dealer, dwl N s Bush nr 

Powell 
COLEMAN WILLIAM T. & CO. {Henry Carl- 
tnh. Jr. Joseph li. liollinson & Cornelius 
Comstock) importers, shipping and commis- 
sion merchants, NW cor Cal. and Front, re- 
sides New York 
Golfer Patrick, hostler, with B. F. Fish & Co. bds 

Webb bet California ami Sacramento 
Colison Job: i A. dwl with John P. Coleman 
Colleton Mary, domestic, with M. F. Truett 
Collichon Charles, storekeeper, with Abel Guy, 

dwl Mrs. Rogers, California 
Collie Win. II. gardener, dwl 102 Dupont 

Collier Frederick, {Qeo. A r . Fcnjusou it Co.) dwl 

SF cor Sacramento and Kearny 
Collin Henry, tailor, dwl NW cor Mason and 

Chestnut 
Collins Benjamin, carpenter and builder, 191 

California 
Collins Benjamin Jr. printer, with F. Eastman, 

dwl 191 California 
Collins C. E. Mrs. milliner, 210 Clay 
Collins Charles I']. watchmaker, 146 Montgomery, 

dwl I L0i Clay 
Collins D. bds What Cheer House 
Collins David, ship-master, bds with Silas H. 

Collins 



Collins David, laborer, dwl BE cor Montgomery 
and Broadway 

Collins Dennis, drayman, dwl N s Pine bet Tay- 
lor and Mason 
Collins Edward, cracker bakery, dwl W s Mont 

bet 1 'nion and I Ircen 
Collins Elizabeth (widow) dwl X S Jessie bet 

First and Anthony 
Collins Henry, tailor with Wm. Sherman & Co. 

dwl NW cor Mason and Chestnut 
Collins H. M. steward, dwd W s Montgomery bet 

Union and Green 
Collins James, cook with Wm. Horr 
COLLINS {James C.) & TIFFANY {Robert J.) 

Eagle Hat Store 171 Washington, dwl 109 

Dupont 
Collins Jeremiah, blacksmith, dwl W s Dupont 

bet Geary and O'Farrell 
Collins Jeremiah, seaman, dwl N s Howard bet 

Third and Fourth 
Collins Johu, laborer, dwl S s Stevenson bet 

Ecker and Second 
Collins John, barber (colored) dwl W s Ecker nr 

Market 
Collins John, barber (colored) dwl Fella Alley nr 

Powell 
Collins John A. merchant, dwl 1-1 Natoma 
Collins Joseph, dwl 'J St. Marys 
Collins M. teamster", with George W. Blasdell 
Collins Mathew, bds Benton House 
Collins Martin, waiter Mt. Hope Hotel 
Collins Mary (willow) George's saloon SE cor 

Leidcsdorff and Halleck 
Collins Michael, laborer, dwl N s Valparaiso nr 

Mason 
Collins Patrick, laborer, dwl N s Howard bet 

First and Second 
Collins Pauline {Tarbox & C.) Miss, dwl Powell 

nr Washington 
Collins Peleg, watchmaker with C. E. Collins, 

dwl 110^ Clay 
Collins Peter, dwl N s Pacific nr Leavenworth 
Collins Richard, carpenter, dwl 191 California 
Collins R. W. wharfinger Bdwy wharf, dwl N s 

Bdwy bet Mont and Sansome 
Collins Salvia P. (Purler & C.) dwl SE cor Sac- 
ramento and Kearny 
Collins Savory W. merchant, dwl SW cor Stock- 
ton and Jackson 
Collins Silas II. drayman, dwl S s Tehama nr 

Fifth 
Collins Solomon, mariner, dwl S s Union bet 

Mason and Taylor 
Collins Sydney (colored) dwl Pacific Alley rear 

Pacific 
Collins Timothy, laborer, Fort Point 
Collins Timothy, brick mason, bds Mechanics 

Hotel 
Collins William, hostler, with Baldwin k, Thomas 
Collins William, carpenter, dwl 173 Jackson 
Collischon Ralph, clerk, dwl 195 California 
Collison Andrew, apprentice molder Vulcan 

Foundry 
Collopie Timothy, dwl with Lewis Vencel 
Cohnan Abraham {Colman Bros.) dwl 4 Custom 

House Block 
Cohnan Charles {Colman Bros.) dwl ± Custom 

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dolman Morris (Colman Bros.) dwl 4 Custom 

Eouae Block 
* > 1 1 1 1 : 1 1 1 (Solomon) Brothers (Morris, Abraham & 

Charles) clothing, S\V cor Mont' anil Wash, 

dwl i CuBtom Eouae Block 
Colmer George, bricklayer, dwl Es Chelsea or 

Harrison 
Colston Joseph, dwl S s Union bet Battery and 

Sansome 
Colter Henry, with James Vantine, dwl W s 

Stockton bet California and Pine 
Colter John C. special policeman, dwl NW cor 

Dupont and Francisco 
COLTOX {David D.) k HARRISON (Ralph C.) 

attornevs-at-law, 6 Naglee's Building, dwl 

South Park 
Colvin Henry, porter with J. Flanagan & Co. dwl 

5 s Mission bet Second and Third 
Colwell David, drayman, with Wegener & Shoen- 

bar 

Colwell W. bds Clinton Temperance House 

Coma ford Mary (widow) dwl Rassette Place nr 
Sutter 

Comarford Patrick, drayman, with Ross, Demp- 
ster & Co. 113 Battery 

Combs George A. clerk, with William Alvord 

6 Co. bds Battery St. House 

COMBES J. C. saloon, 113 Montgomery, dwl 221 

Pacific 
Comer Patrick, laborer, dwl N s Minna bet Jane 

and Second, rear 
Conimerford Michael, farmer, Old San Jose Road, 

nr Mission 
Commeseel Herman L. book-keeper with S. Ma- 
yer & Bro. dwls SW cor Brown and Mission 
Comins L. gunsmith, 69 Jackson 
Comins P. B. gunsmith 69 Jackson, dwl S s 

Broadway bet Jones and Taylor 
Comps Esprit, waiter 124 Washington 
Compton Mansfield (Perky & C.) bds Oriental 

Hotel 
Comstock Arnold M. broker 102 Merchant, dwl 

SW cor Dupo"ht and Lombard 
Comstock Cornelius (Wm. T. Coleman & Co.) 

res New York 
Comstock Esther A. Mrs. dwl S. s Broadway nr 

Powell 
Comstock George, blacksmith with Uriah Apple- 
gate, dwl N s California bet Mont and Kear 
Comstock George, laborer, bds What Cheer House 
Comstock G. L. bds Brooks House 16 Sansome 
Comstock Mary (widow) dwl N s Pine nr Stock 
Comstock Sarah J. Miss, bds with Mrs. Esther 

A. Comstock 
Comiskey Henry, baker with James Cameron 
Comyns Ellen L. Miss, teacher, Union Street 

School 
Conbery Patrick, laborer, bds Washington House 
Conboy Patrick, laborer, dwl 28 Stevenson 
Concklin Enoch, Captain C. S. N. Co.'s Steamer 

Cornelia 
Condon M. Miss, dwl NE cor Vallejo and Dupont 
Condon Thomas, bag-maker, dwl 14 Battery 
Condrick John, 256 Stockton 
Condron Christopher, laborer, bds with Patrick 

Hagan 
Conduff Samuel, laborer, dwl W s Powell bet 

Clay and Sacramento 



Cone W. II. carrier Evening Telegram, dwl E s 

Dupont bet Vallejo and (ireen 
Cornell Maria T. Miss, laundress, Steam Laundry 

Lagoon 

Coney Alezd, furniture, 229 Pacific 

Congeres 1'ierre, tailor with J. Block, dwl Bdwy 

n r Stockton 
Conis John, miner, bds What Cheer House 
Conklin S. B. compositor, Alta California 
CONKLING GEORGE W. auction and commis- 
sion, 131 Clay, dwlN s Stevenson bet Third 

and Fourth 
Conkling Henry S. clerk with Geo. W. Conkling, 

dwl 131 Clay 
Conlan John, carpenter, bds Bush St. House 
Conley James, hostler with Win. M. White 
Conley James, glass-maker, bds with Win. Casser 
Conley John, barkeeper with Robert Beatty 
Conley X. J. cabinet-maker with J. P. Goodwin, 

dwl 140 Washington 
Conley P. teamster with George W. Blasdell 
Conlief James, block-maker, dwl 35 Washington 
Conlin Ann, dwl E s Stockton nr Francisco 
Conlin J. blacksmith with Coffey & Risdon 
Conlin John F., Conlin's Exchange Saloon, NW 

cor Clay and Kearny, and Oriental Hotel 
Conlin Michael, laborer S. F. Sugar Refinery, 

dwl S s Brannan bet Price and Harris 
Conlin Michael, laborer, dwl W s Baldwin Court 

bet Folsom and Howard 
Conlin Terence, porter Sierra Nevada Mills, dwl 

S s Sherwood PI bet Second and Third 
Conlisk Dominick, carpenter, dwl W s Beale bet 

Mission and Howard, rear 
Conlon John P. laborer, bds Manhattan House 
Conly James W. seaman, bds Seymour House 
Connell Ann (widow) dwl X s Pacific nr Powell 
Connell Bridget, domestic with Clinton Palmer 
Connell Charles, baker with William Fades 
Connell Daniel, laborer, bds 34 W r ebb 
Connell Joanna Mrs. dwl NW corner Davis and 

Vallejo 
Connell John, porter with De Witt, Kittle & Co. 
Connell John, laborer, dwl N s Jessie bet First 

and Eeker 
Connell Kate, domestic with John Sime 
Connell Mary, domestic with G. Touchard 
Connell Michael, carpenter, dwl S s Louisa bet 

Third and Fourth 
Connell Michael, carpenter, bds Benton House 
Connell Thomas, shipwright, caulker and spar- 
maker, 6 W'ash, dwl N s Silver bet Second 

and Third 
Connelly Catherine, domestic with T. W r haley 
Connelly Jas. sail-maker, bds Mechanics' Hotel 
Connelly John, treasurer Maguire's Opera House, 

dwl 207 Dupont 
Connelly Kate (widow) dwl W s Midway near 

Francisco 
Connelly Martin, laborer, dwl S s Stevenson bet 

Ecker and Second 
Connelly Michael L. cabinet-maker, dwl W side 

Nevada bet Folsom and Harrison 
Connelly Wm. fireman, bds with J. Sparrow 
Connelly Wm. (Rourk & C.) dwl SE cor Davis 

and Jackson 
Conner John, laborer, dwl rear John H. Francis 
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Conner John, bds 146 Misson 
Conner John, laborer with Church <v Snow 
Conner J. W. actor Bella Union Melodeon 
Conner Patrick, laborer Union Foundry, boards 

Young America, Stevenson 
Conner Peter, porter with B. (>. Latimer, dwl 

Sansome nr Green 
Connertbrd Mother Mary Teresa, superioress Pre- 
sentation Ton vent. W s Powell nr Greenw'h 
Conners Ann, domestic with Win. A. Langley 
Conners Robert T. butcher, dwl N s Minna bet 

Third and Fourth 
Connerty M. laborer, dwl 400 Stockton, rear 
Connerty Thomas, miner, boards with Patrick 

Cassarly 
Conniff Michael, porter TTotel International 
Connington Hugh, plasterer, dwl W s Pinekney 

Place nr Broadway 
Connington Patrick, peddler, boards Manhattan 

House, cor Front and Broadway 
Connolly Francis, barkeeper, 28 First 
Connolly James, sail-maker with Win. H. Petty, 

dwl Anthony nr Mission 
Connolly John, laborer, dwl N s Dupont Alley 
Connolly John J. clerk 59 Montgomery, dwl cor 

Broadway and Montgomery 
Connolly John J. cutler, bds with Thos. Connolly 
Connolly Owen, butcher, dwl N s Howard bet 

Sansome and Fifth 
Connolly T. laborer with Geo. W. Blasdell 
Connolly Terence, laborer, boards With Richard 

Coogan [nr Montgomery 

Connolly Thomas, carpenter, dwl N s Broadway 
Connolly Thomas, butter, eggs, game, etc. 16 

New Market, dwl X s Howard nr Fifth 
Connolly Thomas, boiler-maker. Union Foundry 
Connor Bridget, domestic with Wm. Horr 
Connor Bridget, domestic with C. W. Jones 
Connor David, marble-worker with Peter Murphy 
Connor Ellen, cook with John Gately 
Connor Hubert, teamster, dwl E s Taylor nr Post 
Connor James, bds Benton House 
Connor John, mate steamer Antelope, NE cor 

Front and Jackson 
Connor John, laborer, dwl S s Union bet Battery 

and Sansome 
Connor John, broker, bds with Wm. Cummings 
Connor Mary Ann. domestic with J. B. Beers 
Connor Thomas, lather, bds Manhattan House 
Connor Wm. T. printer, Broderick Engine House 
Connors Thos. laborer, bds with Pat'k Creighton 
Connory Martin, laborer S. F. Sugar Refinery, 

cor Harrison and Price 
Conrad Andrew, carpenter, 99 Pine 
Conrad David ( J. <fc D. C.) dwl S s Natoma nr 

Second 
CONRAD JOHN, watches, jewelry and chro- 
nometers, 138 Clay, dwl 211 Clay 
Conrad John & David, fruits, 117 Washington, 

dwl S s Natoma nr Second 
Conrad Mary Mrs. millinery, 211 Clay 
Conrad Wm. cabinet-maker with M. E. Hughes, 

dwl 50 Minna 
Conrey Martin, laborer, dwl N s Minna bet Jane 

and Second, rear 
CONRO F. D. & CO. proptrs Golden Age Flour 
Mills, N s Battery near Broadway, office 86 
Front, dwl N s Berry nr Dupont 



CONROY BERNARD, physician, N side Pacific 

near Montgomery 
Conroy Catherine Miss, bds with James Lawless 
Conrov Francis, dwl Pac bet Taylor and Jones 
CONROY (Jamu C.) & O'CONNOR (John F, 

Michael J. and Thomas H. O'Connor) imptrs 

metals and hardware, 25, 27 and 29 Front 

and 34 and 36 Pine, res New York 
Conroy Mary Miss, millinery, 5 Virginia Block, 

NW cor Stockton and Pacific 
Conroy Michael C. clerk with J. W. Sullivan, dwl 

E s Mason bet Greenwich and Filbert 
Constance Adalaide Mme. millinery, 232£ Dupont 
Constance Eugene, dwl 232 £ Dupont 
Constant Hubert (Fayard & C.) dwl 11 Express 

Building 
Constant Jacquot. waiter, California Hotel 
Constant Marie Madame, dress-maker, dwl N s 

Yallejo near Stockton 
Canstant S. cabinet-maker, dwl N s Yallejo near 

Stockton 
Constine A. furniture and carpets, 209 Washing- 
ton, dwl 3 Brenham Place 
Conte Lapariat Blaize, baker, 93 Broadway 
Contet (Alex.) & Plege (Louis) hatters, 228 Dupont 
CONTRA COSTA EXPRESS, office W s Davis 

near Vallejo 
Contra Costa Steamboat Company, office S ,s 

Yallejo bet Front and Davis 
Converse D. broker, 132 Sansome, dwl NW cor 

Broadway and Kearny 
Conway Edward, chief clerk, U. S. Surveyor 

General, dwl W s Third bet Brannan and 

Townsend . 
Conway E. N. laborer, warehouse dept. C. H. 
Conway James, tailor with J. H. Tobin, dwl 

Bush near Kearny 
Conway James, engineer with C. G. Finney & 

. Co. dwl 28 First 
Conway James H. policeman, bds with J. R. 

Conway 
Conway John, butcher, Potrero, S Bran St Bridge 
Conway John, laborer, dwl E s Vincent bet Green 

and LTnion 
Conway John, porter, bds Branch Hotel 
Conway John R. physician, dwl S s Green near 

Dupont 
Conway John R. policeman, City Hall, bds with 

John R. Conway 
Conway M. laborer, S. F. Sugar Refinery cor 

Harrison and Price 
Conway Michael, laborer, dwl E s Simmons nr 

Folsom 
Conway Michael, harness-maker, SE cor Kearny 

and Sutter 
Conway Patrick, bar-keeper, Qneen City Hotel, 

dwl Davis bet Broadway and Pacific 
Conway Patrick, laborer, dwl with Win. Willis 
Conway Philip, glass manufac. dwl Winthrop 

House, Mission 
Conway Thomas, saddler, with Michael Conway 
CoOwei Caroline (widow) dwl 117 Bush 
Coogan Richard, laborer, Empire Brewery, dwl 

N s Lick alley nr First 
Cooger William, miner, bds What Cheer House 
Cook Abraham, lather, dwl E s Third bet Mission 

and Third 
Cook Adam, laborer, dwl W s Mason nr Geary 



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Cook Augustus N r . dwl with Pardon A. Cook 

Cook A. W. book-keeper with 1. !•'. Baton 

Cook i Iharles, policeman, City 1 [all 

Cook Charles, grocery, Presidio Road, op Lagoon 

Cook Charles W. dwl Black Poinl 

Conk l». I>. bds Hillman's Temperance Souse 

C<«)k (Diedrich) & Made] [Peter) Liquor saloon. 

NE COr Stewart and Mission 

Cook Edward, vegetables, SW cor Center and 

i luerrero 
Cook (Elbridge A'.) A Co. [Albert Husse) groceries 

and Liquors, SW cor Howard and First, dwl 

Howard near Third 
Cook Eli, mason, dwl 138 Dupont 
Cook Klisha. attorney-at-law, 135 Montgomery, 

dwl W s Mission bet Center and Corbett 
Cook Ervin A. cigar-maker with Bhaeffer & 

liffj dwl Lovejoy's Hotel 
Cook Fayette, bricklayer, dwl N B Louisa bet 

Third and Fourth 
Cook Francis, carpenter, bds with Mrs. J. A. 

Buthrauff 
Cook Frederick, blacksmith with Pollard & Co. 
Cook II. bds What Cheer House 
Cook Ira. dwl L38 Hupont 
Cook Isaac ( Wetherbee & C.) dwl E s Second bet 

Folsom and Clementina 
Cook James, book-keeper with Win. EL Keith & 

Co. dwl S s Mission bet Second and Third 
Cook James, engineer, dwl S s Berry bet Dupont 

and Clara 
Cook John, butcher, dwl 117 Pine 
Cook Johu. laborer, dwl Crescent Engine House, 

Pacific 
Cook John, laundryman. Steam Laundry, Lagoon 
Cook John, tailor, dwl W s Powell near Post 
Cook John II. poultry, game, etc., 9 Xew Market. 

dwl Stockton bet Filbert and Greenwich 
Cook Marcus M. dwl with Pardon A. Cook 
Cook Margaret Mrs. dwl N s Union bet Taylor 

and Mason, rear 
Cook Napoleon B. carpenter, dwl Yallejo bet 

Leavenworth and Hyde 
Cook Nelson (colored) porter with Sather & 

Church, dwl E s Kearny bet Green and Union 
Cook Pardon A. milk-ranch, nr Lone Mt Cemetery. .Coose 
Cook Thomas, lids 62 and 61 Pacific 
Cook Thomas, hack driver, bds What Cheer H 
Cook Thomas R. cattle dealer, bds Revere House 
Cook William, bds What ("beer House 
Cook William, bds 320 Powell 
Cook William {Barlow & C.) dwl 243 £ Clay 
Cook William (Fairchild & C.)dwlS s Lewis bet 

Jones and Taylor 
Cook William Jr. bds What Cheer House 
Cook William B. mariner, bds Manhattan House 
Cooke George B. stevedore, dwl S s Bush bet 

Mason and Taylor 
Cooke George II. accountant, bds Geo. B. Cooke 
Cooke George W. with W. B. Cooke & Co. dwl 

102 Commercial 
Cooke Robert, straw hat manf. dwl S s Harlan PI 
Cooke Walton, clerk with C. W. Curtis, dwl 

What Cheer House 
COOKE WILLIAM B. & CO. importing station- 
ers and law blank publishers, 158 Mont- 
gomery Block and 78 and 80 Merchant, dwl 

111 Montgomery 



John 1''. tin !■-. s Third 

Cooler [Samuel I'.) a Minor (Wm. <'.) proptrs 
Clin I on Tempera nee House, 87 and 89 Pacific 
Cooley William, carpenter, bds Whal Cheer House 
COOLIDGE JOSEPH A. lumber pier, L3 
art. dwl X s Laurel Place near Essex 
Coombs Pierre Le B. dwl 22 Wells' Building 
Coon Henry \'.(S. /•: Chemical Work- Cto.)Police 
Judge, office City Hall, dwl Laurel PI nr First 
Coon i;. bds Whal Cheer Hot 

Coonan Michael. Laborer, dwl S s Lick alley bet 
First and Iv-k'-r 

C lan Timothy. Laborer, bds with Richd. Coogan 

Cooney John, dwl W S Powell bel Sutter and Post 

Cooney John, groceries and dry goods, Ss Union 

Let Montgomery and Calhoun 
Cooney Patrick, laborer, dwl X < Jessie bet First 

and Anthony 
Coons Charles, bricklayer with George D. Xagle 
Coons Win. seaman, bds with Henry HortOD 
Cooper Archibald, foreman refinery U. S. B. M. 

dwl 190 California 
Cooper, Charles, driver ice wagon, S s Broadway 

nr Front 
Cooper D. V. bds Clinton Temperance House 
COOPER E. SAMUEL, professor surgery medi- 
cal department University of the Pacific 
and proprietor Clinical Infirmary, N s Mis- 
sion bet Third and Annie 
Cooper Eugene T. clerk with Crosby & Dibblee, 

dwl X s Folsom bet First and Second 
Cooper Henry, engineer, dwl SE cor Pine and 

Central Place 
Cooper Henry II. bds Niantic Hotel 
Cooper Hiram H. bds Niantic Hotel 
Cooper Mathias (colored) barber with George 

Wood, dwl X s Pacific nr Powell 
Cooper Oliver, boat-builder with Wm. A. Herrick 
Cooper Randolph (colored) laborer, dwl S s Yal- 
lejo nr Mason 
Cooper Richard, dwl Union Hotel, Battery 
Cooper Thomas, blacksmith with Nelson i Doble, 

bds with Thos. Livesay 
Cootey Patrick II. stevedore, dwl SE cor Mason 
and Post 
Bay Coal Co. office California nr Market 
Copeland James P. miller, Davis' distillery, Mis- 
sion Creek nr Brannan 
Copeland Melvina Miss, dwl N s Powell nr Union 
Copeland William, sea-captain, bds with Thomas 

Blackmore 
Copenheim Joseph, dwl S s Sutter nr Powell 
Copithorne Richard, furniture. X s Mission bet 

Second and Third 
Copp John, dwl 280 Dupont 
Copp Nathaniel P. fruit and groceries, SE cor 

Clay and Stockton 
Coppe (James) & Co. (Julian Pezzone) wood yard, 

cor Taylor and Lombard 
Coppe Victor, turner. 192 Jackson 
Corbell George, painter, dwl 153 Jessie 
Corbett James, barkeeper, dwl Clary nr Fourth 
Corbett James, helper with Geo. W. Coflee, dwl 

X s First bet Mission and Market 
Corbett James, machinist, Fulton Foundry 
Corbett Jas. dwl X s Clary bet Patch and Fourth 
Corbett John, coachman, dwl S s Sutter bet 
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Corbett John, liquor saloon, SW cor California 
and Leidesdorff 

Corbett John, wines and liquors, SB cor Mont- 
gomery and I'inc. dwl 121 California 

Corbett John C. dwl E s Folsom bet Ellen and 

Brown 
Corbett William, physician, dwl N S Center bet 

Guerrero ami Yalleneia 
Corbett William, miner, dwl National House 
Corhin Wm. miller, bds Isthmus House, First 
Corbuaier William. NT! cor Kearny and Com 
Coroolul Francis, confectioner with F. 0. Belden, 

Union Club Rooms 
Corcoran Margaret, cook with T. Vanstan 
Corcoran Michael, job wagon, dwl S s Howard 

bet First and Second 
Corden Mary, domestic with J. D. Thornton 
Corder Aldrich J. F. groceries and liquors, NE 

cor Pacific and Powell 
Cordes Bcrtrand, Apollo Baths, S s Market op 

Kearny 
Cordes C. II. hand-eartmau, dwl W s Battery bet 

Yallejo and Green • 

Cordes Claus H. ( Ketjen & C.) dwl W s Bat- 
tery bet Green and Yallejo 
Cordes Hermann. Pacific Saloon, W s Stewart 

bet Market and Mission 
Cordes Paul H. gardener, Contra Costa> dwl 

279 Dupout 
Cordier Francis (J. If. Cordier & Co.) dwl NW 

cor Sansome and Merchant 
Cordier J. H. & Co. {Francis and Pierre Cordier) 

proprietors Miners' Restaurant, 129 Com- 
mercial and NW cor Sansome and Merchant, 

dwl 234 Sacramento 
Cordier John (colored) cook, dwl W s Stockton 

nr Yallejo, rear 
Cordier Pierre (J. II Cordier & Co.) dwl NW 

cor Sansome and Merchant 
Cordiner Charles L. clothing, 52 Montgomery 
Cords Henry, laundry. E s Yansen nr Lombard 
Corct Francois P. laundry, E s Simmons bet Bry- 
ant and Brannan 
Corey Charles, tinsmith with Hubbard & Co. 
Core}' James, folder, Chelsea Laundry 
Corey Owen, shoemaker, NE cor Jessie and 

Annie 
Corlett William, pilot stair Eclipse, dwl S s Green 

bet Sansome and Montgomery 
Corliss Joseph F. stone-cutter, dwl E s Baldwin 

Court nr Folsom 
Cornahrens {Herman) & Brunstrup (William) 

groceries and liquors, SW cor Third and 

Folsom 
Cornell George, contractor, SW cor Greeuwich 

and Stockton, dwl E s Yansen nr Lombard 
Cornell Herbert S. clerk, 103 Montgomery, bds 

Brannan House 
Cornell Thomas, rooms 183 California 
Cornellev Patrick, blacksmith with Wm. Carr 
CORNFPS BERNARD F. grocer, SW corner 

Harlan Place and Dupont 
Corneps Hermann, laborer, dwl E s Powell bet 

Yallejo and Creen 
Cornet Eusebe, commission, rooms with Gabriel 

Berger 
Cornett John, clerk with E. Desroziers & Co. dwl 

S s Pacific nr Kearny 



Cornish Henry C. (colored) second-hand furni- 
ture, stove-, ete. 162 Battery, dwl Scott nr 
Powell 
Cornish Henry C. Jr. (colored) clerk, bds with 

Samuel Bivens 
Corns Wallace, steward. Columbia Hotel 
Cornwall Arthur, pilot stmr Bragdon, dwl with 

Wm. MeMurtry 
Coniwall Joseph, printer with B. F. Sterrett, bds 

Benton nouse 
Cornwall J. P. blacksmith with Nelson k Poble 
CORNWALL PIERRE B. Notary Public, 96 

Merchant, dwl SE cor Rincon Place and 

Harrison 
CORNWALL WM. A. nttorney-at-law, bds with 

Orrin Bailey 
Cornynn James, boarding. E s San nr Bdwy 
Cornynn Mortimer, boarding. 198 Sansome 
Corr Wm. porter with John Ilar.na Jr. dwl N s 

Stevenson nr Second 
Corrad Eugene. New York Baths, 240 Pacific 
Corrigan John P. dwl 23 U. S. Court Building 
Corrigan P. laborer with George W. Blasdell 
Corrister William D., S. F. Minstrels, dwl N s 

Howard bet Second and Third. 
Corriveau Louis, barber, at '211! Washington 
Corry Lvdia Miss, dressmaker, S s Mission op 

Annie 
Corson Joh:i G. blacksmi h with T. Ogg Shaw, 

dwl 180 Jackson 
Cortes Benjamin Y. miner, dwl E s Chatham 

Place nr Bush 
Corthay L. C. & Co. butter, eggs, etc., 5 New 

Market 
Cortis Andrew J. bookbinder, dwl Ns Sutter bet 

Powell and Mason 
Cortney Ephraim J. calker, dwl N s St. Charles 

nr Kearnj' 
Corvan Andrew (colored) clothes renovator. 1 1 5 

Merchant 
Corvesier August E. lithographer with G. Drou- 

aillet 
Cory Eliza (widow) dwl S s Pacific nr Leaven- 
worth 
Cory Thomas, stoves and tinware, N s Pacific nr 

Front 
Coryell J. R. physician. St. Francis Hotel 
Cosgrove Patrick, fruit-stand, W s Third bet 

Folsom and Howard 
Cosgrove Peter, mason, dwl E s Sonoma near 

Yallejo 
Cosgrove Philip, drayman Pacific Foundry, dwl 

N s Silver between Second and Third 
Cosgrove William, stone-mason, dwl Ss Berry nr 

Dupont 
Cosgrove William, porter and constable U. S. 

District Court, owl 17 U. S. Ct. Bdg. 
Cosins Caleb N. mason, bds with Mrs. !1. P. 

Rogers 
Cosmos Solomon, shoemaker, AY s Stewart bet 

(Mission and Market 
Costa John B. cook with Thomas Bell, dwl 16 

St. Marys 
Costello .lames, laborer, with George II. Flint 
Costeflo Patrick, laborer, bds with .Mrs. Mary C. 

Doyle 
Costerauste Etienne (Gaerin & Co.) dwl cor 

Kearny and Broadway 



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Oostigan (J'llui) A ]?r<>. (Thomas Cottigcm) black- 
smiths and wagon-makers, L 16 Jackson, dwl 
with James Dunn 

-I Thomas (Costigan & Bm.) blacksmith, 
bds 33 Webb 
Costlo James, laborer, dwl NEcor Clay and Davis 
Cota Louis, apprentice, Pacific Foundry 
Ooteveuleur Joseph, shoemaker, W s Sansome nr 

Paciiic 
Ootter Edward B. Dep Clerk U. S. Dist Ct. office 

14 U. S. CtBdg, dwl 117 Hush 
Cotter Frank, painter, dwl W 8 Jones bet Sac 

and Clay 

Cotter <;. bds What Cheer House 

Cotter J. Rev. asst pastor St. Mary's Cathedral, 

dwl B s Dupont nr California 
Ootter John, laborer, dwl 16 Sacramento 
Cotter Richard, .seaman, dwl S s Jessie bet First 

and .Fane 
Cotter Wm, dwl NE corner Mason and Broadway 
Cotting E. P. stevedore, dwl W s Mont bet Union 

and Filbert 
Cottingham Robert G. silversmith, dwl S s Bush 

nr Montgomery 
Cottle Franklin B. carpenter and builder, S s Pine 

bet Battery and Sansome, dw N s Howard 

bet Fifth and Simmons 
Cottrell Edward M. clothing 190 Clay, dwl N s 

Green near Mason 
Coudert Hyppolyte, fisherman, dwl S s Merchant 

bet Dnimm and East 
Coughlan John, stone-mason, dwl NW cor Mis- 
sion and Second 
Coulinsk D. laborer Bensley Water "Works 
Coulon FMiuund, tailor, 303 Dupont 
Coulson John, laborer, bds St. Charles Hotel, 

First 
Coulson Thomas D. dwl 150 Sansome 
Coulter David, laborer, E s Hyde nr Lombard 
Coulter Henry, Merchant, bds with Mrs. Louisa 

Campbell 
COULTER JAMES D. furniture and bedding, 

184 Mont, dwl S s Green bet Sansome and 

Montgomery 
Coulter Joseph, drayman, rms 8 Brenham Place 
Coulter Joseph, waiter, Tremont House 
Coupelle Joseph, clerk, dwl E s Stock nr Green 
Courtac Benjamin, repairs pianos, dwl IS] Stock 
Courtaine Henry, comedian, dwl 4 Milton Place 

nr Bush 
Courtaine Henry Mrs. actress, dwl 4 Milton PI 
Courtis Thomas, real estate broker, 135 CaL dwl 

S s Bush nr Stockton 
Cousens (George W.) & Sweetser (Henry) fish, 10 

Wash Market, dwl 227 Dupont 
Cousins Wm. brick-mason, dwl S s Broadway bet 

Taylor and Jones 
Covell Margaret Mrs. dwl 30 Mont 
Coveney (John) & Co. (Michael Lynch) wool- 
sorters, etc. W s Simmons near Brannan 
Coveuy Mary, domestic with Mrs. M. H. Yates 
Cowan Hugh, baker, dwl S s Mission bet S :cond 

and Third 
Cowell John, bds Tremont House 
Cowing Turner, waterman. Leid nr Pine and 

Rincon brding house, XW cor Fol and First 
Cowles Freedom H. carpenter, dwl SE corner 

Third and Sherwood Place 



Cowles .lames C. (colored) steward stm Soiiora, 

dwl K s First bet Fremont and Harrison 
Cowles Samuel. (Gvmnieon, Parker <k C.) dwl 

McLaren Fane nr Mission 
Cowper W. IF book-keeper, dwl Bdwy bet Jones 

and Taylor 
Coy James, teamster, dwl S s Post nr Taylor 
Coy Francis, (Harris & >'.) dwl 74 Merchant 
Coye Hiram L. (BockweU, C. & Co.) dwl 171 

Mission 
Coyle Charles, with James Linen, dwl 126 Wash 
Coyle .lames, teamster, Pier 2 Stewart 
Coyle John, laborer, dwl 3s Sutter nr Powell rear 
Coyle JohnE. (Cutler & C.) dwl NE cor Howard 

and Second 
Coyle Mary Mrs. dwl 120 Dupont 
I'o'v Ada W. Miss, dwl with Treat B. Clark 
Cox Anson, produce com mcht, 19 Clay, dwl XW 

cor Bush and Montgomery 
Cox Benjamin, overseer, bds with David Hewes 
Cox Carter, dwl 204 Stockton 
Cox Daniel, cork manuf. NE cor Sac and Davis, 

dwl SW cor Sac and Davis 
Cox Eaward, engineer, rms 4 St, Marks Place 
Cox Edward D. tailor, dwl 247 Clay 
Cox Hollis M. storekeeper with Cox, Francis & 

Co. bds Tremont House 
Cox John, plasterer, bds Clinton Temperance 

House 
Cox John, stevedore, bds Columbia House 
COX (J. Warreji) FRAXCIS (D. B.) & CO. 

storage and commission, NE and XW cor's 

Batter}' and Broadway 
Cox Leon, engineer, dwl 4 St. Marks Place 
COX MATHEW B. superintendent P. M. S. S. 

Co. Folsom St. Wharf, dwl S s Folsom bet 

Second and Third 
Cox Patrick, laborer with George W. Blasdell 
Cox Patrick laborer warehouse dept C. House 
Cozan Frederick, sailmaker with Harding & Lin- 

ekin, dwl Pine nr Montgomery 
Cozzens James, ship-carpenter, dwl 16 Clemen- 
tina 
Crabb Alexander, compositor, Bulletin, dwl N a 

Silver bet Third and Fourth 
Crabtree Mary Ann Mrs. dwl S s Broadway nr 

Kearny 
Craglick Peter, saloon, X s Broadway nr Davis 
Craig Alexander, blacksmith with William Henry 

dwl with P. Craig 
Craig James S. physician, dwl with A. A. Mix 
Craig James, waterman, bds Benton House 
Craig John, ship-joiner, dwl X s Bryant bet 

Third and Fourth 
Craig Peter ( Van Ness & Co.) dwl X s Bryant bet 

Third and Fourth 
Craig William, dwl S s Chestnut nr Stockton 
CRAIG WM. saloon. 219 Dupont, dwl S s John 

bet Powell and Mason 
CRAIXE WILLIAM, architect, 182 Washington, 

up-stairs 
Crakow Dora, dwl 345 Dupont 
Cram Elizabeth Mrs. dwl S s Bush bet Mason 

and Taylor 
Cram George W. dwl S s Bush bet Mason and 

Taylor 
Cramer H. professor of music 2 Trainer's Row 
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Cramer John, butcher, SW cor Broadway and 

Stockton 
Cramer John li. dwl 194 Pine 
Cramer John D. laborer with Rockwell, Coye 

&Co 
Cramer ( V.) »fc Co. importers, 59 Sacramento, dwl 

17 Clementina 
Gramme Octavius, 142 Front, bds at American 

Exchange 
Crams v William, bds at Washington House 
Cranano Michael, coachman, dwl 8 Milton Flace 
CrandaU Charles, dwl E s Taylor nr Chestnut 
Crandall Dwight, deputy and entry clerk Naval 

Offioe 0. II. dwl N a Filbert nr Stockton 
Crandell Wm. 0. L. with Albert Lusk, Wash 

Market; dwl W s Kearny bet Broadway and 

Vallejo 
CRANE CHARLES A. advertising agent, 172 

Montgomery, dwl 255 Powell 
Crane Charles II. (Pearson & C. ) dwl Harrison 

nr Second 
Crane E. J. (J. B. Weir & Co.) dwl N s Folsom 

bet First and Second 
Crane Henry A. ( Croivell & C.) dwl N s Geary 

bet Dupont and Kearny 
Crane John, dwl 279 Washington 
Crane Samuel P. miner, dwl 12 Clementina 
Crane Thomas, bds with Senora B. Fernandez 
Crauer Adolph P. broker, 71 Battery, dwl 80 

Xatoma 
Craner Simon, dry goods 147 Sacramento, dwl 

243 Kearny 
Crannan Michael, driver Metropolitan coach, dwl 

8 Milton Place 
Crawford Andrew, sail-maker, 139 Front, dwl 

N s Greenwich bet Dupont and Stockton 
Crawford Edmund, clerk, dwl N s Greenwich nr 

Dupont 
Crawford J. W. bds Brooks House 
Crawford Robert, seaman, dwl N s Union near 

Kearny \ 

Crawford Samuel carpenter, dwl 7 Central Place 
Crawley David, teamster, bds with J. McDevitt 
Crawley George, butcher, W s Fourth nr How- 
ard 
Crayton Robert, with Kellogg, Hewston & Co. 

dwl 8 s Bush bet Stockton and Powell 
Crary Joshua J. clerk, dwl 8 Brenham Place 
Crary Oliver B. (Hartslwrne k C.) dwl E s Powell 

nr Jackson 
Creagh Michael, shoemaker with P. F. Dunn, 

dwl 88 Battery 
Creamer Aaron, hair-dressing saloon, American 

Exchange, dwl 67 Howard 
Creamer Arabella Mrs. dwl NW cor Washington 

and Sansome 
Creamer James, drayman, with E. Martin & Co. 

dwl BE cor Jackson and Sansome 
Creedon William, shoemaker, S s Commercial nr 

Davis 
Creely James, dwl S s Pine bet Kearny and 

Dupont 
Oregier Simon, with Cofran & Fell, dwl Branch 

Hotel 
Creigg John, carpenter, dwl S s Pacific bet Davis 

and Druinni 
Creigh John D. attorney-at-law, 3 Naglee's Buil- 
ding, dwl Metropolitan Hotel 



Creigh John D. Jr. register clerk S. F. Gas Co. 
Oreigh 8. W. freight clerk steamer J. Bragdon 
GreightOD Ferdinand, Deputy Postmaster, dwl 

S s Broadway nr Powell 
Greighton George, brewer, bds Niantic Hotel 
Creighton Patrick, boarding, 147 Battery 
Cremm Caroline, bds 62 and 64 Pacific 
CREMONY JOHN C. assistant editor Herald, 

dwl 45 Natoma 
Cremony Michael, hostler with R. J. Gough 
Creon A. dwl NW cor Pine and Sansome 
Cressey Theodore, driver for Gushee & Elder, 

dwl N s Broadway bet Powell and Mason 
Creuziger Hugo, upholsterer, dwl S s Sutter bet 

Kearny and Dupont 
Crevier Julian, painter, dwl 97 Davis 
CREVOLIN (F>-ank) & CO. (Joseph Nicholas) 

manufacturers syrups and cordials, 147 Jack 
Crichton W. H. carpenter, boards What Cheer 

House 
Cricker Mary, domestic with Thos. Anderson 
Critchor Henry, commission merchant, 81 Front, 

dwl NW cor Pine and Taylor 
Crittenden Alexander P. (Crockett & C.) dwl W 

s Taylor nr Jackson 
Crittenden Charles S. with H. Casebolt & Co. bds 

Brooks House 
Croall James, plumber, at 167 Montgomery 
Croce Peter, engine turner, with P. A. Gianuini, 

dwl 147 Clay 
Crockard Hugh, blacksmith, with I. Burns 
Crocker Charles W. compositor Police Gazette 

bds Brooks House 
Crocker Leonice Miss, teacher Denman School 
Crockett Hugh, blacksmith, dwl rear Edward 

Malone 
Crockett John, clerk with Crockett & Crittenden, 

dwl with J. B. Crockett 
CROCKETT (Joseph B.) & CRITTENDEN (Al- 
exander P.) atty's-at-law, NE cor Mont and 

Cal, dwl N s Clay bet Stock and Powell 
Crocque Theodore, dwl 151 Kearny 
Crofton James, laborer, dwl S s Alta bet Sansome 

and Montgomery 
Crohn Christopher, clerk, NE cor Pacific and 

Pacific Alley 
Croke James Rev., V. G. Assistant Pastor St. 

Mary's Cathedral 
Crombie John II. messenger State Telegraph Co. 

and City Letter Express, 162 Montgomery, 

dwl SE cor Bush and Kearny 
Crome Edmund, musician, bds with F. Pappe 
Cromer Henry, U. S. B. Mint, . dwl S s Folsom 

bet Third and Fourth 
Cromer Nathaniel, butcher, dwl Crescent Engine 

House, Pacific 
Cromp Joseph, carpenter, dwl W s Spofford bet 

Clay and Washington 
Cromwell Oliver (col'd) barber, with J. Wilker- 

son 
Cron Frederick, upholsterer, with Aaron Doud 
Cronan Edmund, fireman, dwl N s Broadway nr 

Montgomery 
Cronan William, laborer, dwl rear Jno. C. Welch 
Croneberg A. clerk, bds What Cheer House 
Cronin Catherine Mrs. dwl N 8 I 'avis nr Pacific 
Cronin Daniel, boot-maker, 110 Merchant, dwl 

Union bet Stockton and Powell 



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Oronin Francie James, printer, dw] 37 Trinity 
Oronin John, clerk, dwl S b Sacramento bet Ma- 
sun and Powell 
Oronin John, laborer, dwl X B Filbert bet Mont- 
gomery and Kearny 
Oronin Michael, stone-outter, bds Branch Bote] 
Oronin Michael, laborer, » I w- 1 X b Jessie between 

First and IScker 
Oronin Thomas, laborer, bda with M. J. Eeleher 
Oronin Thomas, laborer, Bensley Water Works 

Oronin William Henry, printer, dwl •'!" Trinity 

Cronnin Hannah, domestic with Francis Blake 
Crooks Christian, cook, Oriental Hotel 
Cmoks James, laborer, dwl 44 Bryant Place 
Crooks Mathew, dwl Orooks bet Townsend and 

Brannan 
Crooks Thomas J. cooper. Si igar Refinery, corner 

Harrison and Price 
C rushy ( Clmrl - IT.) & Dibblee, {Albeit) com. mer- 
chants, ill Battery, resides New York 
CROSBY {Frederick W.) ft MATIIFWSOX. 

(James) importers and jobbers watches, 

jewelry, diamonds, etc. 18-4 Clay. r« 

New York 
Crosby Patrick, laborer, bds with Mrs. J. Fallon 
Crosbv Porter, composition roofer, 88 Mont 
CROSKBY ROBERT, groceriesand liquors, XW 

cor Third and Silver, dwl SW cor Third and 

Silver 
Crosley John W. salesman with Treadwell &Co. 

dwl Sutter bet Jones and Taylor 
CROSS (Alexander) & CO. (John Wtdders\ 

Joseph Clark) commission merchants, 157 

Battery 
Cross Horatio, miner, dwl 1G5 Jessie 
Cross Richard, drayman, with A. M. Gilman & 

Co. dwl S s Broadway bet Sansome and 

Montgomery 
Cross Robert, bookbinder with A. Buswell, dwl 

63 Broadway 
Crossler John W. accountant, dwl S s Sutter nr 

Post 
Crossmau George, porter, dwl N s Howard bet 

Second and Third 
Crosta Mary Jane, domestic with Chas. Jackson 
Crotty Daniel, dwl W s St Mary, rear 
Crouch Daniel, foreman Fulton Foundry 
Crouch James, cigar manufacturer, dwl "W s 

Varenne nr Filbert 
Orouse John R. clerk with Fonda. Gray ft Jen- 
nings, dwl XF cor Sansome and Washington 
Crovat P. A. Inspector Custom House, dwelling 

Scott Place 
Crow James, carpenter, dwl XW cor Lombard 

and Stockton 
Crow Jennette, domestic with F. W. Brooks 
Crow Miles, plasterer, bds Blue Bell Hotel 
Crowe John, dwl with Mrs. Ann Kenney 
CROWELL (Dr. E.) ft CRANE, (Heary A.) 

wholesale druggists, SE cor Front and Clay, 

dwl XF cor Second and Clementina 
Crowell George B. printer with J. B. Painter, 

bds What Cheer House 
Crowell John, laborer with Haste ft Kirk 
Crowell M. H. carpenter, dwl W s Leavenworth 

bet California and Sacramento 
Crowell Philander, laborer Lone Mountain Ceme- 

tery 



Crowell Zenas, dwl 128 Duponl 

Crowley Cornelius, fruit stand, W s Third bet 
Folsom and Harrison 

Crowley Daniel, blacksmith, bds Summer Street 
Ho 

Crowley Daniel, laborer, bds with Michl Bowefl 

Crowley Florence, carpenter, dwl 8 b Minna bet 
.bine and Third 

Crowley Florence T. ship-wright, dwl 11 Clemen- 
tina 

Crowley (borge W. boarding, N s Brannan near 
Fourth 

Crowley John, dwl S s Minna between Third and 
Fourth 

Crowley John, express wagon, dwl S 8 Clemen- 
tina bet First and Second 

Crowley John, watchmaker, XF cor Folsom and 
First 

Crowley Michael J. steward, dwl F s Yallejo bet 
Kearny and Montgomery 

Crowley Patrick, constable First Pistrict, X s Pa- 
cific nr Kearny, dwl X s Green nr Vincent 

Crowley Richard, laborer, dwl SW cor Mont- 
gomery and Union 

Crowley Richard, blacksmith with C. Mangeot, 
dwl E s Dupont bet Post and Geary 

Crowley Timothy, drayman, dwl SW cor Rincon 
Place and Bryant 

Crown Francis, laborer, dwl S s Yallejo, nr San- 
some 

Crowninshield Benj. seaman, dwl AY s Drumm 
bet Jackson and Pacific 

Cruise John, stevedore, bds Columbia House, 
Stewart 

Crumbie John H. painter, dwl SE cor Bush and 
Kearny 

Crummer Hugh B. salesman, 113 Montgomery, 
dwl 18") Sacramento 

Crummey James, butcher, with Hugh O'Xeil 

Orummey John, butcher, dwl Chestnut nr Larkin 

Crump T. baker, lids What Cheer House 

Crusa Frank, fisherman, dwl ]8 Merchant 

Cruse James, laborer, dwl Crescent Eng House, 
Pacific 

Crutchley Henry S. salesman with Wm. Sherman 
& Co. dwl 282 Dupont 

Cruziger Hugo, workman with J. G. Clark <fc Co. 

Cudworth A. W.. Excelsior Soda-Water manf, 
S s Vallejo bet Dupont and Kearny 

Cudworth James W. milk-ranch, S s Presidio 
Road beyond Lagoon 

Cucra Manuel, washing, X T s Yallejo nr Kearny 

Cuff Dennis, shoemaker, SW corner Market and 
Stewart 

Culbert James, cook Railroad House, 46 Com 

Cullen Thomas, gun-maker with Charles Curry, 
dwl Sutter Street Hotel 

Cullen Thomas, ball alley, S s Market bet First 
and Second 

Cullet John, laborer, 168 Clay 

Culligan Michael, laborer, dwl W s Ritch bet 
Bryant and Brannan 

Culligan Michael, tallow-melter, dwl W s Ritch 
nr Bryant 

Cullum Frank, retortman S. F. Gas Co. 

Culver E. wood-turner, dwl El Dorado Building 

Culver Edgar, broker, SE cor Front and Sacra- 
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Culver Jas. H. {Lewis & C.) dwl El Dorado Bdg 
CULVER WILLIAM II., Justice of the Peace 

2d Township, office 101 Merchant, dwl N s 

Jackson nr Mason 
Culverwell Joseph B. sash-maker, Market Street 

Mills, bds with S. S. Culverwell 
Culverwell Stephen 8. (GhittetutmA C.)dwlWs 

Simmons bet Folsom and Howard 
Cumming Elizabeth Miss, ironer Chelsea Laundry 
Gumming Geo. machinist Vnlcan Foundry, dwl 

N s Perry bet Second and Third 
Cummings Amelia M. Mrs., Bachelors' Hall, 

boarding, 39 Montgomery 
Cumminga Dan'l G. express wagon, dwl 39 Mont 
Cummings Emma Miss, dressmaker, boards with 

Win. Cummings 
Cummings George, boatman, dwl with Abram 

Warded 
Cummings {Henry K.) & Merrill {Robert) fruits, 

SW cor Washington and Sansome, dwl N s 

Broadway nr Mason, 
Cummings Jas. carpenter, dwl Lincoln (Russian 

Hill) nr Taylor 
Cummings Margaret Miss, dressmaker, bds with 

Wm. Cummings 
Cummings Margaret E. Mrs. boards with Wm. 

Cummings 
Cummings Patrick, blacksmith with Wm. Carr 
Cummings Patrick, laborer, bds Young America, 

Stevenson 
Cummings W. B. & Co. importers and commission 

merchants, 50 California, np-stairs 
Cummings William, laborer, Union Foundry 
CUMMINGS WM. Queen City Restaurant, Davis 

bet Broadway and Pacific 
Cummings Wm. stevedore, dwl 31 Montgomery 
Cummiskey Henry, baker, U. S. Bakery, dwelling 

Leavenworth nr Pacific 
Cummonfoot John, laborer, dwd S s Valparaiso 

nr Taylor 
Cundell (Titos.) & Anderson {James) E s Battery 

bet Union and Green, dwl with A. Torning 
Cuniff John, cartman, dwl E s Powell nr Pacific 
Cunningham Alvin, ship-carpenter, boards with 

E. D. White 
Cunningham Andrew, barkeeper with Donald 

McLea, cor California and Webb 
Cunningham Barbara (widow) Oregon House, 

cor Stewart and Melius 
Cunningham D. waiter with Joseph B. Thomas 
Cunningham Hugh, waiter, Metropolitan Hotel 
Cunningham J. teamster with Geo. W. Blasdell 
Cunningham James, laborer Pacific Foundry, 

dwl S s Jessie bet First and Anthony 
Cunningham James, produce, game, etc. 57 Mer- 
chant, dwl N s Mission nr Simmons 
Cunningham {James) & Prior (Thomas) Pony 

Express Saloon, NW cor Kearny and Com 
Cunningham James, watchman Pacific Foundry 
Cunningham Jane J. (widow) private hospital, 

N s Chestnut nr Stockton 
Cunningham Jeremiah, plumber, bds 33 Webb 
Cunningham John, hide-curer with E. Grisar, 

dwl E s Ritch bet Folsom and Harrison 
Cunningham John, carpenter, bds 92 Pacific 
Cunningham John, engineer, dwl E s Varenne 

near Union 
Cunningham Michael, driver with Wm. Rowles 



Cunningham Michael, mate star Helen Uensley 
Cunningham Patrick, laborer with Durkin & Co. 
Cunningham Patrick, laborer, 121 Hush 
Cunningham Samuel, engineer, dwl SW corner 

Hubbard and Howard 
Cunningham Simon D. collector, dwl W s Priest 

bet Washington and Clay 
Cunningham Theodore B. land agent and trans- 
lator, 172 Montgomery, dwl 249 Clay 
Cunningham Thomas, barkeeper, dwl 15 Clay 
Cunningham Thomas, cook, bds Columbia House, 

Stewart 
Cunningham Thomas, seaman, dwl with John 

Fullerton 
Cunningham Thomas J. dwl SW cor Drumm and 

Washington 
Cunningham William, book-keeper with Thomas 

H. Selby & Co. dwl 263 Sacramento 
CUNNINGWORTH JOHN B. druggist, NE cor 

Pacific and Battery 
Curdy Madelan, dwl 170 Dupont 
Curley J. laborer, Bensley Water Works 
Curley James F. laborer, bds Susquehanna House 
Curley John, dwl S s Union between Jones and 

Leavenworth 
CURLEY PATRICK C. Susquehanna House, 

E s Battery nr Pacific 
Curley Wm. teamster Fort Point, dwl Ft. Point 
Curran Bernard (Toy & C.) dwl E s Mason near 

North Beach 
Curran Owen, dwl W s Leidesdorff bet Sacra- 
mento and Commercial 
Curran Pat'k, laborer, Sugar Refinery, cor Harri- 
son and Price 
Curran Patrick H. laborer, dwl W s Mason near 

Broadway 
Curran Thomas, bds 62 and 64 Pacific 
Currie Charles, cartman, dwl SW cor Clark and 

Drumm 
Currie Harriet J. Mrs. private school, 13 Minna 
Currie George C. clerk with Currie & Richardson 
Currie (John C.) & Richardson (Adolphus B.) 

auctioneers, 119 Front, dwl 13 Minna 
Curry Charles (colored) bootblack, 123 Merch 
Curry Charles, gunsmith, 87 Battery 
Curry John, barkeeper, International Hotel 
Curry John P. civil engineer, dwl 190 Cal 
Curry Lydia Mrs. dwl Bedford Place nr Stockton 
Curry Nathaniel, with Chas. Curry, dwl 87 Bat 
Curry Rosanna, domestic with M. Kibbe 
Cursen Chas. dwl NW cor Dupont and Jackson 
Curt Louisa Mme. Keesiug House, SE cor Du- 
pont and Jackson 
Curtin Cornelius, clerk, dwl with J. McHugh 
Curtis A. J. bookbinder, dwl N s Sutter near 

Mason 
Curtis Bartholomew, laborer, dwl E s Ecker bet 

Stevenson and Jessie 
Curtis Charles W. intelligence office, 138 Mont 
Curtis Elijah S. (Scott, Curtis & Co.) dwl W s 

Montgomery nr Bush 
Curtis Franklin (John S. Dole & Co.) res Boston 
Curtis George, driver with Skelly & Co. dwl 

Helvetia Hotel 
Curtis Henry K. commission merchant, dwl N s 

Howard bet Jane and Second 
Curtis Isaac, shipping office, rooms 39 Mont 
Curtis James, longshoreman, Davis nr Pacific 



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Curtis Jacob B. contractor, dwl with Patrick 

Hannigan 
Curtis .T;is. P. dwl Green bet Mason and Taylor 
Curtis Jarvis, dwl 249 Clay 
Curtis Loomis, porter with Gushee & Elder, dwl 

What Cheer Souse 
Curtis M. L. Mrs. embroidery, 267 Btookteo 

Curtis Tin >s. porter witli Verplanek ft McMullin 

Curtis T. M. oarpenter, bdi What Cheer House 

Curtis Win. captain sloop Flowing Gale, bds 
Oregon House, Stewart 

Curtis (WaUam H.) ft Caldwell {William) wood 
and coal, X s Broadway bet Duponl and 
Stockton, dwl with Mrs. Esther Oomstock 

Curtis William c. laborer Bensley Waterworks, 

dwl E s Larkin near Sacramento 
Cushing Benjamin P. laborer, dwl W s Main bet 

Folsoni and Harrison, rear 
Gushing ('has. A. tinsmith with G. & W. Snook, 

dwl B s Prospect Place nr California 
Cushing Charles H. book-keeper, dwl 226 Sac 
Gushing John, drayman, bds Philadelphia House 
CUSHIXO JOHN J. homeopathic physician, 

184 Wash, dwl NW cor California and Pros- 
pect Place 
Cushing John M. packer, bds with C. A. Cushing 
Cushing {John M.) & Co. smoked meats, 167 San- 
some, dwl Prospect Place nr California 
Cushing Robert, bricklayer, dwl with Jacob 

Haehnlen 
Cushing Volney, pilot steamer Cornelia, dwl E s 

Stockton bet California and Pine 
Cushmau Ilezekiah, clerk, dwl 184 Montgomery 
CushmanW. X. dwl SE cor Dupont and Jackson 
Cushman Zaohaes, clerk with Rowland & Walker, 

bds 205 Clay 
Cusick William, laborer, bds 59 Minna 
Cuthbert C. blacksmith, Union Foundry 
Cutler Benjamin C. clerk, 6 U. S. Court Building, 

dwl S s Clay abv Stockton 
Cutler J. carpenter, bds 62 and 64 Pacific 
Cutler L. M. Miss, prin'l Greenwich St. School 
Cutler Thomas, butcher, dwl NE cor Sacramento 

and LeidesdorfF 
Cutter Charles E. driver, Howard Market, dwl 

NE cor Howard and Second 
Cutter E. B. engineer, bds Seymour House 
Cutter Horace F. broker, 137 Montgomery, dwl 

with W. B. Reynolds 
CUTTER JAMES H. commission merchant, 87 

Front, dwl SW cor Sutter and Hyde 
Cutter {Reuben S.) & Coyle {John E) Howard 

Market, NE cor Howard and Second 
Cutter Thomas A. with P. P. Miller, dwl SE cor 

Sacramento and Stockton 
Cutter William M. phonetic short-hand reporter, 

NW cor Merchant and Montgomery 
Cutting {Francis) ft Co. pickles, ketchup, vinegar, 

etc. Long Wharf and Sacramento below 

Davis, dwl cor Park Lane and Second 
Cutting Lewis, with Baker & Cutting, dwl S s 

Howard bet Third and Fourth 
Cypiot Ferdinand, salesman with A. Austin & Co. 

115 Montgomery 
Czajkowski Leon, cigars and tobacco, 198 Clay 
CZAPKAY LOUIS J. Medical and Surgical In- 
stitute, SE cor Sacramento and Leidesdorff, 

dwl N s Mission nr Third 



Dabo Joseph, with Frederick Tittle 

Debet Domenio, with Louis Peres, dwl 137 

Kearny 
Dabovioh N. fruits, E s Davis bet Oregon and 

Jackson 
Daggett Henry F. clerk with H. M. Newhall & 

Co. bds Xiantie Hotel 
Daggett John R. clerk with II. M. Newhall ft 

Co. bds Rincon House 
Daggett Kollin M. 161 Clay 
Daggett Samuel W. clerk Recorder's Office, dwl 

E s Kearny bet Union and Green 
Paid C. carpenter, dwl NE cor Sutter and Dupont 
Paid Christopher, clerk, cor Taylor and Pacific 
Danlmann Charles, importer clothing, LOS Com, 

dwl X 8 Sutter bet Dupont and Stockton 
Dahlmann Jonas, with Wolff ft Dahlman, dwl St. 

Nicholas Hotel , 
Dahlmann Nathan {Wolff & Z>.) dwl St. Nicholas 

Hotel 
Dahnke Frederick, clerk with Henry Behnke 
Daily William, porter with John Middleton ft 

Son, dwl 133 California 
Dake {Edmund C.) & Wood {Henry F.) clothing, 

141 and 145 Wasb, dwl N s Green nr Mont 
Dakin George H. butcher, 9 and 10 New World 

Market, dwl S s Perry nr Third 
Dakin Isaac, {Rogers & D.) dwl S s Sacramento 

bet Drumm and Davis 
Dalaney John, veterinary surgeon, Stout's Alley 
Dale Henry, fruits and confectionery, 20£ San 
Dalea John, laborer, bds NE cor Davis and Cal 
Daleth Nicholas, butcher, dwl 98 Bush 
Daley Charles, laborer with Michael Daley 
Daley John, ship-carpenter, dwl NE cor Sutter 

and Dupont 
Daley Michael, porter with James Phelan, dwl 

E s Montgomery nr Lombard 
Daley Patrick, teamster, dwl NW cor Taylor and 

Pacific 
Daley Rosa (widow) dwd E s St. Marys nr Pine 
Daley Thomas, laborer, bds with Dennis Burns 
Dalgleish Walter, clerk with Daniel Gibb & Co. 

dwl W s Chestnut bet Stockton and Powell 
Dall C. C. captain P. M. steamship Columbia, 

dwl 115 Broadway 
DaU William, clerk, office L. H. 12th Dist. office, 

C. H. dwl E s Sansome bet Cal and Pine 
Dall William L. capt P. M. S. S. Columbia, dwl 

S s Harrison bet First and Second 
Dallam Richard {Davis & U.) dwl N s Tehama 

near Second 
Dalliba Henry S. book-keeper Herald, 146 Mont- 
gomery, dwl 279 Stockton 
Dallman Lewis, clerk with J. B. Merchant, dwl 

78 Commercial 
Dally Maurice M. with Crosby & Dibblce, dwl E s 

Montgomery bet Green and Vallejo 
Dally William M. clerk with Crosby & Dibblee, 

dwl E s Montgomery bet Bdwy and Yallejo 
Dalrymple David, painter, dwl 45 Sansome 
Dalrymple George L. painter, dwl S s Green nr 

Powell, rear 
Dalrymple James, painter, dwl 45 Sansome 
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Dalton Daniel, laborer, dwl S s Brannan bet 

Harris and Simmons 
Dalton E. waiter. Metropolitan Hotel 
Dalton Eugene, stone-mason, Fort Point, dwl 

Hush W Larkin 
Dalton Eugh, laborer, dwl What Cheer House 
Dalton James, barkeeper, Metropolitan Hotel 
Dalton Patrick, laborer, Fort Point 
Dalton Peter, waiter, Railroad House, 46 Com 
Dalton William, boots and shoes, SAY cor Pacific 

and Davis 
Daly Charles, porter with Pool & Howard, dwl 

cor Montgomery and Chestnut 
Daly Daniel, with F. & J. Daly, bds Branch Hotel 
Daly Felix &, James, stoves and tinware, 18 

Montgomery 
Daly James, laborer, dwl Ohio nr Broadway 
Daly James (F. it - J. Daly) dwl 18 Montgomery 
Daly John, hostler with F. McKenna 
Daly John, laborer, dwl S s Folsom bet Main 

and Beale 
Daly Michael, foreman Pool & Howard's ware- 
house, dwl cor Montgomery and Chestnut 
Daly Michael, laborer, dwl 20 First 
Daly Patrick, laborer, dwl W s Front nr Vallejo 
Daly Patrick, laborer, dwl W s Spear bet Folsom 

and Harrison 
Daly Peter H. engineer, dwl E s Lafayette near 

Union 
-Daly P. H. barkeeper with A. J. Brower, dwl 

W s Lafayette Place near Union 
Dam Alphonzo, shaving-saloon, Oriental Hotel, 

dwl cor Sacramento and Larkin 
Dam George W. (Clough cfc D.) dwl SW cor 

Sacramento and Larkin 
Damas John, fruit store, 199 Washington 
Damon George, ship-carpenter, S s Folsom bet 

Main and Spear, dwl Folsom nr Fremont 
Damon George D. ship-carpenter, dwl S s Tehama 

bet Third and Fourth 
Damon James E. (Carrie <fc D.) dwl 102 Com 
Damon T. H. bds What Cheer House 
Dameral Henry (Henry Tiemann <fc Co.) dwl NW 

cor Mary Lane and Sutter 
DAMERON WILLIAM B., U. S. Surveyor, C. 

H. office 2d floor, dwl with Edw. B. Harvey 
Damierez Manuel, fisherman, dwl S s Mission 

bet Stewart and Spear 
Damrell Daniel, assist foreman, Alta California 
Dana George S. glue manufactory, Lagoon, dwl 

Larkin near Green 
Dana Henry F. (Dana Brothers & Co.) resides 

Boston 
Dana M. housekeeper French College 
Dana Brothers ( William A. and Henry F.) & Co. 

commission merchants, 128 Sansome, dwl 

X s Bush near Sansome 
DAXAIIKR (Patrick H.) & SCHMIDT (Theodore 

E.) dr£ goods, 113 Montgomery, dwl 40 Post 
Daneri Antonio, salesman with Bisagno Bros. 

106 Clay 
Danforth William H. carpenter, Chelsea Laundry 
Dangerfield James, (coloredj cook, Nelson's 

Restaurant, 3 and 5 Jackson 
Danglada Domingo Jr. clerk with L. Ponton de 

Arce, dwl Guerrero near Sparks 
Danglada Dominique, book-keeper with M. Lan- 

zenberg & Co. dwl Guerrero near Sparks 



Dangler Andrew, lager-beer saloon, 228 Clay 
Danhauzer Maurice, tailor, 329 Dupont 
Danheimer Frederick, . jeweler with Baldwin & 

Josephi, dwl cor Stockton and Filbert 
Daniel Francis, bricklayer, dwl NW cor Center 

and Guerrero 
Daniel Thomas, ship-joiner, dwl SE cor Filbert 

and Tavlor 
DAXIKLL CHARLES P. & CO. ( W. H Daniell) 

commission merchants, SE cor Battery and 

Commercial (and Lambert tfc D.) dwl XE 

cor Washington and Dupont 
Daniell William" H. (Charles P. Daniell & Co.) 

dwl XE cor Washington and Dupont 
Daniels Asa, dry goods, dwl with Henry Cooper 
Daniels Charles, bds What Cheer House 
Daniels J. bds Metropolitan Hotel 
Daniels J. marble-cutter, dwl Winthrop House, 

Mission 
Daniels John, saddler with Main & Winchester, 

dwl What Cheer House 
Daniels John J. marble-cutter with L. R. Myers, 

120 Pine 
Daniels John M. Pony saloon, 126 Kearny 
Daniels Joseph, cashier Union Foundry, bds 

Metropolitan Hotel 
Danielsen B. with Alfred Wilson. 6 Jackson 
Dankemayer Henry, basket-maker with Thur- 

nauer & Zinn 
Dankemayer Frederick, basket-maker with Thur- 

nauer & Zinn 
Dankeyer Henry, porter, dwl Harriet nr Folsom 
Dann Frederick P. principal Mission St. High 

Sehool, dwl 23 Second 
Dannenberg Amelia Mrs. embroideries, 164 and 

145 Sacramento, dwl 164 Sacramento 
Dannenberg Joseph, designer, 164 Sacramento 
Dausac Francois, Havana agent, S s Yallejo bet 

Dupont and Kearny 
Darck Albert, bds Western House, Stewart 
Dark Albert T. Bay Market, dwl NW cor Sacra- 
mento and East 
Darcy James, plasterer, dwl N s Tehama bet 

Third and Fourth 
D'Arcy (John) & Ramsey (George H.) Metro- 
politan Bakery, N s Pacific near Battery 
Darden J. D. statistical clerk, C. H. dwl 123 

Sacramento 
Dargan William, porter with D. Gibb & Co., and 

boarding, S s Stevenson bet Ecker and Second 
Darling Richard, painter, dwl cor St. Marys and 

California 
Darling William A. com merchant, 102 Battery, 

dwl S s Lombard near Kearny 
Darnell Henry Y. with Whitcomb, Pringle & 

Felton, dwl E s Ritch bet Folsom and 

Harrison 
Darragh William, soda-maker, with Skelly & Co. 

bds with John Myers 
Darrow Henry, carpenter, dwl 101 Kearny 
Dart Robert C. drayman, dwl 116 Front 
Dase Michael, porter with Sonntag & Co. 
Daseria Sarah (col'd) dwl cor Wash and Polk 
Daset Juan, butcher, dwl N s Chestnut nr Dupont 
Dastugue Gabriel, butcher, 4 Clay St. Market, 

dwl Broadway nr Dupont 
Daterle Julius, butcher, dwl E s Clara bet Bush 

and Sutter 



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Daterding Henry, with Looii Buck 

Dauby John (ool'd) laborer, bds 21] Kearny 

Dangherty James, boiler-maker with Coffey A 

Etisdon 
Dauner Frederick, o arpen t e r, dwl Ss Mission bet 

Third and Fourth 
Danra Junes, livery stable, 150 Sansome, dwl 

Pacific in- Larkin 
Dautler Henry, waiter, dwl X b G-reen or Powell 
Davega Benjamin V. lis Sacramento, dwl W s 

Kearny nr Union 
Davenport .1. M. Miss, artist, Lyceum Theatre, 

lids Oriental Hotel 
Davenport Thos. upholsterer, Steam Laundry, 

Lagoon 
Davenport Thos. book-keeper with Ross, Demp- 
ster ,v Cd. dwl \Y s Mason nr Clay 
Davenport Wm. II. merchant, 128 Sansome 
David August, stoves and tinware. 332 Stockton 
David Felix, cooper, dwl with Dennis Caslmian 
David Mark, dwl Lynch bet Leaven, and Hyde 
Davids Frapcis, boatman, dwl Ss Greenwich bet 

Montgomery and Sansome 
PAVTDSON & CO. commission merchants, SE 

cor Montgomerv and California) up-stairs 
DAVIDSON BENJ. {Jvtma May) bankers, and 

Consul of Sardinia, NW eor Montgomery and 

Commercial, dwl S s Sutter nr Powell 
DAVIDSON DONALD & CO. receivers gold, 

silver, copper, and other ores, SE cor Mont- 
gomery and California, up-stairs 
Davidson George, clerk .with James Patrick & 

Co. dwl 161 Battery 
Davidson George, U. S. C. Survey, bds Mrs. W. 

Butler's, Bush 
DAVIDSON (John W.) & CO. (Raphael Weill) 

fancy dry goods, 137 Sacramento 
Davidson Louis (Manasse & D.) dwl 84 Mont 
Davidson Marquis, stoves and tinware, 113 Kearny 
Davidson Ole (Ackley & D.) dwl 90 Pine 
Davidson Thomas, laborer, dwl N s Green bet 

Montgomery and Sansome 
Davidson Walter P. porter with James Patrick 

& Co. dwl 161 Battery 
Davies John G. bds Metropolitan Hotel 
Davies John S. (Beers & D.) and Supervisor 8th 

District, dwl N s Eddy bet Mason and Taylor 
Davies J. P. & Co. groceries, 95 California, dwl 

Kearny nr Union 
Davies Stephen L. hackman, N s Plaza 
Davies Shadrach, cabinet-maker, N s Clay bet 

Powell and Stockton 
Davine Dennis, wood and coal, 254 Mission, dwl 

SE cor Fourth and Tehama 
Davis Alvin H. dwl 219 California 
Davis Alfred E. Dow's Distillery, Mission Creek 
Davis Caleb, workman with Wm. H. Bovee & 

Co. bds Draymen's Exchange, Davis 
Davis Charles, carpenter, dwl with Mrs. Mary 

Cassidy 
Davis Charles, carpenter with Cofran & Fell, dwl 

S s Pine bet Kearny and Dupont 
Davis Charles R. butcher, dwl E s Brown bet 

Folsom and Howard 
Davis Charles W. carpenter with T. Ogg Shaw, 

dwl Hillman's Temperance House 
Davis Daniel, clerk with D. Samuels, dwl with 

Abram J. Brunn 



Davis David II. molder with T. Ogg Shaw, dwl 

S s Clementina nr Second 
Davis (Edwin) ft ("o. {Thomas Eawley) Intelli- 
gence Office, 205 Clay 
Davis K. EL Miss, weaver S. F. Woolen Factory, 

Black Point 
DAVIS E R \V I X, office 102 Merchant, dwl 2 1 2 

Washington 
Davis K. S. (.1. .\f. Gtimom & Co.) dwl S s How- 
ard bet Third and Fourth 
Davis F. A. wool-dealer. Mission Dolores 
Davis Frank, bds 21 Sansonic 
Davis George, contractor, bds What Cheer House 
Davis Qeorge brick-maker, bds with II. K. Perry 
Davis George, bds New England House 
Davis ( George /.'.) & Bowers (John B.) clothing, 

Quincy Hall, 14 7. 149 ana 161 Washington, 

dwl NW cor Sacramento and Buena Vista 
Davis George II. ticket clerk P.M. S. S. Co. dwl 

27 South Park 
Davis H. Miss, dressmaker, dwl 31 Montgomery 
Davis Hans, cook, Western House, Stewart 
Davis Henry, clothing and Yankee notions, 77 

Commercial 
Davis Henry, mason, dwl W s Dupont near 

Chestnut 
Davis Henry L. deputy-sheriff, County Court City 

Hall, dwl N s Clay nr Powell 
Davis Horace, with P. M. S. S. Co. dwl 27 South 

Park 
DAVIS (Isaac E.) & JORDAN (A. P.) lime and 

cement, NE cor Front and Washington, dwl 

N s Mission nr Fourth 
Davis I. P. merchant, dwl E s Kearny between 

Union and Green 
Davis Isidore, tailor, E s Second nr Stevenson 
Davis J. A. bds Benton House 
Davis James, carpenter, bds What Cheer House 
Davis (James) & Ramsey (James D.) plasterers, 

77 Montgomery 
Davis James A. clerk, bds with Wm. H. Miller 
Davis James H. miner, bds with Alex. Tilbot 
Davis Job C. Contra Costa Laundry, Davis near 

Pacific, dwl SW cor Dupont and St. Marks 

Place 
Davis John, dwl SW cor Front and Jackson 
Davis John, with W. H. Bovee & Co. dwl 71 Davis 
Davis John, carpenter, bds 89 Bush 
Davis John, bds with Charles Brown 
Davis John, porter What Cheer House 
Davis John, ship-carpenter, dwl Broadway third 

block W of Larkin 
DAVIS JOHN B. F. boots & shoes, W s Second 

bet Mission and Jessie 
Davis John W. dwl NE cor Vallejo and Dupont 
Davis L. tailor, dwl G Pacific 
Davis L. D. bds What Cheer House 
Davis Harriet J. Miss, dressmaker, bds 112 Bush 
Davis Marks, clotlung, 187 Pacific 
Davis Morris, tador, Third bet Market and 

Mission 
Davis Moses, Second St. Market, W s Second bet 

Mission and Minna 
Davis N. R. physician, dwl SW cor Stock and 

Geary 
Davis P. Alonzo, operator Vance's Gallery, dwl 

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Davis Richard E. painter, 366 Stockton 



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DAVIS R. D. W. k CO. {Julius Bobimon) auc- 
tioneers and com nu-hts. SW COT San and Cal, 
dwl Vernon Place nr Second 

Davis Reynolds, physician, dwl SW cor Geary 
and Stockton 

Davis Russell,, (colored) drayman, dwl NW cor 
Hyde and Davis 

Davis Samuel, (colored) laborer, dwl E s Mason 
nr Union 

Davis Samuel Jr. proprietor Dow's Distillery, cor 
Brannan and Thome, Mission Creek 

Davis Sarah Mrs. dwl St. Charles Place 

Davis Solomon, sail-maker, bda Bat St. House 

Davis Stephen L. bds 256 Stockton 

Davis Theodore, bds 02 and 6-4 Pacific 

Davis Thos. F. finisher, S. F. Wool Factory, 
Black Point 

Davis W. carpenter, dwl 83 Bush 

Davis Warren, teamster, dwl N s Geary near 
Taylor 

Davis Win. bds with TV J. Keleher 

Davis ( William) & Dallam (Bichard) wood- 
turners, SW eor Mission and Fremont, dwl 
NE cor Pine and Hyde 

Davis William, saddler with C. H. Mead, dwl SE 
cor Front and Jackson 

Davis Wm. H. clerk with Dore & Havens, dwl S 
s Tehama nr First 

Davison II. V. physician, W s Stone nr Wash 

Davison Thomas (colored) ship-carpenter, dwl W 
s Mason bet Pacific and Broadway 

Davison Wm. blacksmith, dwl 21 Bush 

Davock Michael E. with F. Henderson, dwl with 
F. J. Hammell 

Davol A. F. butcher with Garwood & Ambrose, 
dwl 65 Merchant 

Davy James, cook Alden's Restaurant 

Dawes John G. book-keeper with Roberts. Mor- 
rison & Co. dwl cor Pine and Quincy Place 

Dawley N. W. meat-packer, S s Market bet Fifth 
and Simmons 

Dawley Samuel H. bds Brooks House, 16 San 

Dawley Thomas, clerk with Main & Winchester, 
dwl Brooks House 

Dawley Thomas J. dwl with John Vandervort 

Dawson George F. reporter Morning Call, dwl 
303 Powell 

Dawson Henry, club rooms, SE cor Montgomery 
and Sacramento 

Dawson Sarah (widow) adjuster U. S. B. M. 

Dawson Thomas (colored) calker, dwl with John 
Bailey 

Dawson Wm. laborer dwl S s Green nr Powell 

Day (David G.) & Hilton (John IV.) fruits and 
cigars, W s Second bet Mission and Minna 

Day Dennis 0. with A. L. Loring, dwl N s Cle- 
mentina between Third and Fourth 

Day F. II. Mrs. editress Hesperian Magazine, 6 
Montgomery 

Day F. II. with Kellogg, Hewston & Co. dwl 6 
Montgomery 

Day .Tames (colored) steward, dwl E s Varenne 
nr Union 

Day Jane (widow) dwl with Nelson R. Herrick 

Day Mary L. Mrs. dwl E s Union PI bet Union 
and Filbert 

Day Patrick, laborer, dwl W s Sansome bet Fil- 
bert and Union 



Day Robert, paper-hanger. 201 Montgomery 
DAY TlloMAS, imp gas fixtures, camphene, etc. 

188 Mont, dwl SE cor Folsom and Hampton 

Place 
Day Thomas S. clerk with Thomas Day, dwl SE 

cor Folsom and Hampton Place 
Day Timothy, liquor saloon Presidio, near Pre- 
sidio House 
Day Wellington F. carpenter, bds Two Brothers, 

Stewart 
Dayley James, pilot, W s Front bet Bdwy and 

Vallejo, resides Oakland 
Dayton John B. bookbinder with A. Buswell, dwl 

229 Clay 
Dazen William, bds Western House, Stewart 
Dea T. 0. laborer Benaley Water Works 
Deal John, dwl N s Tehama nr Second 
Decley James, cabinet-maker with Andw Conrad 
Dealey Robert, cabinet-maker, dwl S s Sutter 

bet Stockton and Powell 
Dean Benjamin D. superintendent What Cheer 

House, dwl 118 Sacramento 
Dean Delia Miss, ironer Chelsea Laundry 
Dean Elisha C. clerk with Dake & Wood, dwl 140 

Washington 
Dean J. M. ( widow) bds Brannan House 
Dean J. 0. book-keeper with McElwee & Acker- 
man, dwl with H. B. Janes 
Dean S. F. cattle-drover, St. Francis Hotel 
Dean Samuel, painter with Worthington t Hayes 
Dean W, clerk, bds What Cheer House 
Dean William H. printer with R. P. Locke, SE 

cor Wash and Battery 
Deane James R. paints, oils and glass, 141 

Kearny, dwl cor Folsom and Wood 
De Angelis John, minstrel GUbert's Melodeon, 

dwl XW cor Bush and Kearny 
De Arguelles Francisca Mme. dwl N s Vallejo nr 

Kearny 
De Arguelles George M. dwl N s Vallejo near 

Kearny 
Dearlove George, with R. F. Knox & Co. Bryant 

near Front 
Deas John S. tinsmith with Martin Prag, dwl S s 

Union bet Stockton and Powell 
Deas Z. W. (Mortimer dc D. col'd) dwl 7 Union 
Deaves Edwin, scenic artist Gilbert's Melodeon 

dwl W s Tay, between Clay and Sac 
Debern Henry, porter with A. II irsch 
Debeugroz Desire, Cafe du Paris, SW cor Kearny 

and Commercial 
De Blois George L. com produce, 77 Davis, dwl 

S s Jane near Mission 
De Blois Thos. M. merchant, 92 Front 
De Boom Cornelius, real estate agent, room 20 

Court Block 
Debrie William, (Spratt & D.) dwl 12 Minna 
Debro Charles, with Cutting & Co. 
DEBUS FRANCIS, proptr Mission Exchange, 

SW cor Dolores and Corbett 
Decker Fritz, bds 57 Jackson 
Decker Jacob, messenger warehouse dept C. H. 

dwl N s Howard bet Second and 1'hird 
Decker Jacob, wheelwright, dwl S s Geary bet 

Dupont and Kearny 
Decker (Henry) & Co. (John II. Camp) groceries 
and liquors, SW corner Tine and Mont, dwl 

118 Dupont 



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SAN FRANCISCO [D] DIRECTORY. 



Decker {John If.) ft Smith ( W?n.) grocers, NW 

cor Hush and Sansome 
Decker Martin, waiter Page's Restaurant 
Deoosta John B. cook, 10 a St. Mary or Pine 
De OourcQloD Bngene, physician and oculist, 301 

clay. dwloorJonea and Vallejo 
Deering James H. merchant, dwl S s Washing- 
ton bel Powell and Mason 
Deering John, butcher, with Selig ft Schonfeld, 

Pot rem 
Decry Susan, domestic with Christopher Dall 
Deeth (Jacob) fc Starr (7! Nesbilf) ship-bread and 
cracker bakery, 31 Sacramento, dwl Natoma 
nr First 
Defer Andre, assayer with H. Ilentsch, dwl St. 

Marys Place 
Deferiez George W. porter, dwl E s Salina Place 
Deffebach Thomas B. {Agnew & D.) dwl B s 

Powell bet Clay and Washington 
DeForest C. shingle-maker, bds Isthmus House, 

First 
DeForrest Frederick, liquors, 130 Commercial 
DeFORREST {Joseph) & TILDEN (//. V.) corn, 
Hour and grain, 88 Front, dwl N s Minna 
bet Third and Fourth 
DeFraville Eugene, fish dealer, dwl SE corner 

Fourth and Folsom 
DeFremcry James, com. merchant, Consul for 
Mecklenburg — Schwerin, S s Mer. nr Battery 
DeFremerv Win. C. B. with James DeFremery, 

dwl 207 Clay 
Defries George W. clerk, pier 15 Stewart 
Defries J. actor, bds NW cor Bdwy and Kearny 
DeGear Geo. W. carpenter, 33 Leidesdorff 
Degenarro Francis Antonio, sail-maker, dwl Val- 
lejo Place nr Stockton 
DeGray Addison M. dwl NW cor Washington 

and Sansome 
DeGrey, A. M. painter, dwl What Cheer House 
DeGroot David A. laborer, rooms Broderick En- 
gine House No. 1 
Degroot Eliza Mrs. dwl W s Mason bet Sacra- 
mento and Clay 
Degroot Leon, dwl with Emanuel Mendels 
DeHaan Meyer, clerk with A. Clayburgh, dwl 

121 Broadway 
DeHaga Juan, artist, Maguire's Opera House 
Deidesheimer Jacob, Assistant Cashier P. M. S. 

S. Co. bds with Mrs. B. Fernandez 
Dejon Leon, steward, Martin's Restaurant 
Dejon Peter, carpenter, dwl 3 Green 
Dejonghe Peter, tailor, 125 California 
DELABIGNE J. B. commission merchant, flour, 

grain, etc. and leather depot, 89 Clay 

DeLacroz Domingo, cook with John Fullerton 

Delafont P. Leopold & Co. {Fontictlla Lucas, & 

Henri Ikiccouilkit) importers wines and 

liquors, 130 Washington, and Lafayette 

Brewery S s Green nr Mason 

De Laguna A. Dello, professor of languages, NE 

cor Bush and Montgomery 
Delahanty John {Shelly & Co.) dwl 41| Minna 
Delahay Edward, bricklayer, dwl 107 Dupont 
DeLamarre Louis, cook, dwl 400 Stockton, rear 
De La Montagnie Joseph E. with Johnston & Co, 
cor Market and Stewart, dwl with Mrs. Mary 
Thompson 
De La Montauya H. merchant, 82 Jackson 



De La Montauya (J.) & Bro. {M. De La M<>n- 

tanya) importers stoves, metals and tin ware, 

82 Jackson 
De La Montanya M. {J. De La Montanya & Bro.) 

dwl 82 Jackson 
De Lan Melvina Mine fortune telter 1 , 6 St. Mary 
DeLand J. bds Metropolitan Hotel 
Delande Stephen, variety store. :;i Clay 
Delange Conrad, watchman, SE cor Third and 

Sherwood Place 
Delaney Daniel, musician, dwl N s Union near 

Dupont 
Delaney Isaac, laborer, dwl N s Howard bet 

Third and Fourth 
Delaney Mathew. veterinary surgeon, S s Market 

opposite Kearny, dwl cor Wash and Octavifl 
DELANY CHARLES McC. attorney-at-law, 135 

Mont dwl NW cor Union and Cadell Place 
Pelanv William D. ship-carpenter, dwl S\V cor 

Third and Silver 
De La Rue {Edgar) & Schnepel ( Cazsar) lumber, 

pier 2 Stewart, bds cor Dupont and Pine 
Delatour Alex. J. painter and paper-hanger, SE 

cor Bush and Kearny 
Delaunay H. & Co. painters, 222 Pacific 
Delaunay J. carver, bds NW cor Kearny and 

Broadway 
Delavan James, physician, NE cor Mont, and 

Commercial 
Delay {A.) & Moutardier {A.) furniture, 284 Stock- 
ton 
De Leon Francisco, merchant, dwl 173 Sansome 
Delevan John, pilot, dwl N s Union bet Taylor 

and Jones 
Delgado Guadalupe (widow) dwl W s Brooklyn 

Place 
Delger Frederick, importer boots and shoes, 83 

California, dwl SW cor Silver and Second 
Delion Wm. dwl 230 Pacific 
Dell Cornelius, carpenter, dwl NW cor Stevenson 

and Annie 
Delia Torre Peter, attorney-at-law, 4 U. S. Court 

Building 
Dellepaine Bartholomew, clerk, dwl NE cor Du- 
pont and Jackson 
Dellepaine Joseph, groceries, NE corner Dupont 

and Jackson 
Delloney Leon, dwl with Edward Marchand 
Deloche Jean, laborer, Lemoine, Froment & Co. 
De Long E. bds What Cheer House 
Delsx Louis, laundryman, dwl W s Fourth near 

Howard 
De Luce George J. musician, dwl S s Broadway 

near Dupont 
Demarest Jacob D. physician, dwl N s Minna 

bet Second and Third 
Demerest James H. mason, dwl S s Green near 

Larkin 
Demeritt Greenleaf, clerk U. S. A. 44 Bush, dwl 

S s Howard bet First and Second 
Deming John, steward, Steamship Panama 
Demont Leonard, moulder Vulcan Foundry, bds 

Manhattan House 
Demontreux M. plumber, Luning Alley, N s Val- 
lejo nr Stockton 
Dempen James, dwl 85 Kearny 
Dempsey Dennis (colored) laborer, dwl W s Mo- 

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Derapsey James, laborer, dwl Rassette Place nr 
Sutter 

Dempsey Peter, teacher S. F. College, bds with 
Rev. J. Chittenden 

Dempster Chaunoey J. (Ross, D. & Co.) dwl Wil- 
low Glen Nursery, W s Brown nr Mission 

Dempster Jeremiah, marble polisher, 156 Cal 

Dempster 0. W. Miss, teacher Denman School 

Dempster Win. cook, Tremont House 

Denant Henry, hatter, dwl NW cor Bush and 
Kearny 

Deney Arneaud (Millou & D.) dwl NW cor Pa- 
cific and Sansome 

Denham J. laborer Union Foundry 

Denham Wm. (Becker & D.) dwl W s Kearny nr 
Pacific 

Denies John, dwl S s Post bet Dup't and Kearny 

Denison B. Franklin, carpenter, dwl 8 Brenham 
Place 

Denison Dudley, keeper Light House, Fort Point 

Denison James R. Inspector Custom House 

Denison M. J. dwl 343 Powell 

Denison Thomas S. dwl 343 Powell 

DE X.MAX J AS. Superintendent Public Schools, 
office Tucker's Building, dwl 207 Stockton 

Dennehy Dennis, shoemaker, NW cor Sansome 
and Sutter 

Denney Alex, liquors, bds 321 Stockton 

Denney Kmeliue, bds with Mrs. H. Hewitt, 321 
.Stockton 

Dennim Joanna (widow) dwl S s Vallejo nr Ma- 
son, rear 

Dennis George, wire-maker, dwl 88 Montgomery 

Dennis George (Brown & JD. col'd) dwl S s Post 
near Taylor 

Dennis James, book-keeper with I. B. Purdy & 
Co. dwl Revere House 

Dennis James, carpenter, dwl S s Sacramento 
bet Stockton and Powell 

Dennis Joseph, haekman, W s Kearny bet Sutter 
and Post 

Dennis Samuel J. actor, dwl NW cor Bush and 
Kearny 

Dennis Thomas, dwl W s Dupont nr Lombard 

Dennis William E. dwl 167 Mission 

Dennison Frederick, dish-washer Metropolitan 
Restaurant, 202 Washington 

Dennison EL miner, bds 62 and 64 Pacific 

Denniston Isaac V. farmer, dwl E s Dolores bet 
Center and Corbett 

Denniston James G. farmer, dwl E s Dolores nr 
Center 

Dennoe Alfred X. clerk Herald office, bds with 
Mrs. Elizabeth Dennoe 

Dennoe Elizabeth (widow) dressmaker, S s 
Jessie bet Second and Third 

Denny Charles W. clerk with Joseph J. Denny 

Denny Edward, clerk with Geo. B. Hitchcock, 
107 Sansome 

Denny John, ship-carpenter, bds 18 Sansome 

Denny John, dwl W s Stockton nr Jackson 

Denny John W. ship-carpenter, dwl with Wm. 
Barry, Jessie 

Denny John W. house and sign-painter, 78 Mer- 
chant, dwl 263 Stockton 

Denny Joseph, ship-carpenter, dwl 18 Sansome 

Denny Joseph J. contractor, dwl W s Haw- 
thorne bet Folsom and Harrison 



Denny Patrick J. ship-carpenter, dwl with Wm. 

Barry, Jessie 
Denny William W. clerk, dwl with Joseph J. 

Denny 
Denny P. B. bds What Cheer House 
Denslow Melville, printer, Farmer Office, rooms 

209 Clay 
De Pass Mary A. Mrs. adjuster TJ. S. Branch 

Mint 
Depee Thomas, (colored) whitewashes Tehama 

House, dwl S s Pacific nr Powell 
De Peyter Nicholas, dwl with J. D. P. Teller 
Depierris Hypolite, physician, office S s Vallejo 

bet Dupont and Stockton 
De Prefontaiue J. R. commercial editor, 128 San 

dwl 106 Dupont 
Depue Philip H. fruit-stand, pier 5 Stewart 
De Putron Jacob, clerk with Sawyer & Co. dwl 

Chestnut nr Dupont 
Deraco Thomas, fisherman, dwl S s Commercial 

bet Drumm and East 
Derbec E. editor and proprietor Echo du Pacifi- 

que, 124 Sacramento 
Derby E. M. office 90 Front 
Derby George B. wood dealer, bds with E. Her- 

vey Kelsey 
Derby John C. dwl 124 Dupont 
Derby L. H. brassfounder, boards What Cheer 

House 
Derby Samuel J. foreman with W. H. & D. M. 

Moore, dwl 60 Halleck 
Derby Wm. Henry, brassfounder, W s Drumm 

bet Jack and Pac, bds What Cheer House 
Dercks John, ship-carpenter, dwl August Alley 

near Green 
Dercy John, cook, dwl Davis bet Bdwy and Pac 
Dereins Hypolyte, butcher, 2 Clay St." Market 
Derffler Anthony, shoemaker, dwl E s Mason 

near Eddy 
Derham James, patent bread bakery, NE corner 

Stockton and Vallejo 
Derick Henry, bell-ringer City Hall, dwl 108 Sac 
Derkhiem Frank, commission mcht, 142 Front, 

dwl E s Hawthorne bet Folsom and Harris'n 
Derks John, sugar refiner, cor Harrison and Price 
Dermody James W. clerk, dwl S s Howard bet 

First and Second 
Dermody Michael, drayman, 74 California, dwl 

W s Prospect Place nr Pine 
Dermond Andre, carpenter, dwl S s Broadway nr 

Mason 
DE RO (Charks) & ELDRIDGE (J. Oscar) 

auctioneers, SE corner Front and California, 

dwl 23 South Park 
Deron Louis, cabinet-maker, dwl E s First bet 

Harrison and Bryant 
Derrick John D. ship-joiner, dwl Zoe Place near 

Folsom 
DE RUTTE EDWARD, imp wines and liquors, 

115 Battery, dwl E s Stockton nr Jackson 
De Sacca Benoist, brewer, dwl N s Filbert bet 

Mason and Taylor 
Descalze Antonio (Bonzi & Z).)dwl 61 Merchant 
De Segaud Charles, dwl 298 Stockton 
De Senailhac Alberic, clerk with C. Grellet & Co. 

dwl 134 Jackson 
Desmond Ann Mrs. domestic with P.Verplank Jr. 
Desmond Dennis M. mariner, bds 89 Bush 



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ad Felix, carpenter, dwl W s Mason near 

Vallejo 
Desmond James, laborer, dwl W s Ritch near 

Harrison 
Desmond John, butcher with James Fogarty 
Desmond Mary Mrs. dwl Sail's Alley 
Desmond Patrick, laborer, Fort Point 
Desmond William H. accountant, bds89Bnsh 
Desmond Patrick, dwl 183 California 
Desmy Joseph, laundry, dwl Bs rnion nr Dupont 
Desneuflourgs Mine dressmaker, .'507 Dupont 
Despras Constant, grocer, sis cor Clay and Dup't 
Desvoziers E. A Co. groceries, 123 Commercial 
DeSsaa John, clerk with Burtia & Kirk, dwelling 

Union nr Stockton 
Dessfanl E. laundry, dwl Ns Mason bet Union 

and Filbert 
Dessorl Eugene (Favre, Pi'mneau & Co.) dwl 

Duponl nr California 
De Stoutz Alexis, salesman with E. de Butte, and 

Vice Consul for Switzerland, 116 Battery, 

dwl W s Dupont bet Sutter and Bush 
De Tavel Achille. veterinary surgeon. 129 Pine 
Detels {John) t Co. {Martin Detels) XW corner 

Waverly Place and Sacramento, and SW cor 

Harrison and Main 
Detels Martin {Detds & Co.) dwl N¥ cor Pike 

and Sacramento 
De Terloo B. gardener, June. Market and Dolores 
Detjens Piedrich. seaman, bds with P. Jacobson 
Detriek E. bag- manufacturer, 58 Clay, dwl E s 

Bf amy bet Union and Green 
Dettelbach Morris, wood, X s Folsom bet Third 

and Fourth 
Dettmar Henry, tailor, dwl X s Sutter nr Mont 
D'Fu Alphonze, baker, S s Sutter bet Stockton 

and Powell 
De Uprey Samuel D. dwl X s Perry nr Dupont 
Deurell B. laborer. Benslcy Water Works 
Deurell 11. carpenter, 33 Leidesdorff 
Deurell Joseph, baker. 196 Pacilic 
Dousing P. Mrs. dwl Vallejo bet Mason and 

Taylor 
Deusing Caroline Mrs. dwl S s Green nr Dupont 
Deussing otto. toys, fancy goods, etc. 274 Stock 
DeValk Henry, Liquor saloon, 201 Jackson 
Devaney Edward X. barkeeper, Mission Hotel, 

Mission Dolores 
Devaney Terrence, eartman, dwl S s Minna bet 

Third and Fourth 
Develin Elizabeth (widow) dwl X s Post bet 

Kearny and Montgomery 
Deveraux James, dwl with James M. McDonald' 

Pacific W Lark in 
Devere Joey Miss, vocalist. Gilbert's Melodeon 
Devierey John, dwl Sutter bet Mason and Powell 
Devierey Eugene (.1 Dubois k Co. anil Frontier & 

D.) dwl 137 Pine 
Devine Dennis, liquor saloon, SW cor Kearny 

and Sacramento, dwl E s Kearny bet Cali- 
fornia and Pine 
Devine Henry, cook, Railroad House, 46 Com 
Devine J. laborer with George W. Blasdell 
Devine James, waiter with Trapet <fc Richit, dwl 

S s Hunt nr Second 
Devine James, waiter, bds with Wm. Starrs 
Devine Marv Van Mrs. dwl S s Lombard nr 

Taylor 



Devine Maria, domestic with II. < '. Perry 
Devine Michael, intelligence office, BE cor Cali- 
fornia and Kearny 
Devine Owen, baker with Moore Ladd 
Devine Thomas, laborer with F. M. Pixley, Pre- 
sidio Road 
Devine William, special policeman 
DevingJohn, bds with Pat. Oreigbton 
Devinney Joseph, stevedore, dwl 384 Stockton 

Devitt Felix, cooper with T. Landry, bds cor 
Silver and Second 

Devitt S. bds What Cheer House 

Devlin Edward, teamster, rms NW cor Battery 
and Vallejo 

Devlin James (,/. J. Doyle & Co.) dwl N s Jessie 
nr Anthony 

Devlin Mark, garden ranch, Presidio Road 

Devoe Alexander, drawer, U. S. Branch Mint, 
dwl W s St. Marys nr Pine 

Devoe {James) & Co. {James Devoe Jr. and 
Samuel Dinsmore) S. F. Machine Works, 
SW cor Market and Fremont, dwl Bansome 
St. House 

Devoe James Jr. {Devoe & Co. ) dwl Sansome St. 
House 

De Vries John, clerk with J. Alexander & Co. 
dwl XI'] cor Washington and Powell 

De Vries ( Thomas) & Chase {James B.) steve- 
dores and ballastmen. W s Battery near 
Broadway, dwl XE cor Green and Calhoun 

Dewar {John) & Gehricke ( 0. F.) shipping and 
commission, East bet Commercial and Sac- 
ramento, bds with 0. Gehricke 

Dewey Eugene E. bds Oriental Hotel 

Dewey Samuel L. merchant, dwl XW cor Cali- 
fornia and Dupont 

DEWEY S. 1'. ft SOX ( William P. Dewey) real 
estate agents and auctioneers, 112 Mont- 
gomery, dwl Oriental Hotel 

Dewey William P. {S. P. Dewey & Son) bds Ori- 
ental Hotel 

De Whire Michael, waterman, dwl N s Filbert 
nr Dupont 

De Wire Wm. seaman, dwl W s Davis nr Pacific 

DE WITT {Alfred) KITTLE (Xicholas G.) & 
CO. {J. G. Kittle) shipping and commission 
merchants, 189 and 191 San. res Xew York 

Dewitt Andrew, carpenter, dwl E s Fourth near 
Market 

De Wolf Charles H. physician, dwl W s Powell 
Clay and Washington 

De wolf Samupl J. first officer steamship Pacific, 
dwl X s California bet Powell and Stockton 

Dewry F. tailor with Davis & Bowers 

Dewsnap Cyrus F. barkeeper, SE cor Leidesdorff 
and Halleck 

Dexter B. F. bds What Cheer House 

Dexter Charles H. driver. Wells Fargo & Co. dwl 
E s Central Place nr Pine 

Dexter Frank, book-keeper with Locke & Mon- 
tague, bds with Mrs. W. Butler 

Dexter Henry S. dwl SE cor Harrison and 
Stanly Place 

Dexter Peter B. secretary and librarian Mechan- 
ics' Institute. S2 Montgomery, dwl SW cor 
Sacramento and Stockton 

Dey Samuel, mason, dwl S s Commercial bet 
Davis and Drumm 



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Dey S. L. painter, bds Hillman's Temperance 

House 
De Young Charles, compositor, Gleaner, dwl 122 

Bush 
De Young M. Mrs. dwl 122 Bush 
De Young M. 1L. merchant dwl IT St. Marks PI 
De Young Michael, compositor, Gleaner, dwl 122 

Bush 
Diamond John, miner, dwl NW cor Mason and 

Geary 
Diamond John, porter with Wegener & Shoenbar 
Diamond Thomas, bleacher and presser bonnets, 

bds with John Piamond 
Dias Tomas, cattle-dealer, dwl W s Dolores near 

Corbet t 
Diaz Carolina, teacher embroidery, E s Powell 

bet Jackson and "Washington 
Dibblee Albert (Crosby & B.) Ill Battery 
Dicaud John, grocer, SW cor Dupont and Yallejo 
Dichenberg M. Mrs. dressmaker, S s Jessie bet 

First and Anthony 
Dick R. laborer, Bensley Water Works 
Dick Robert D. laborer, Bensley Water Works, 

dwl W s Brooks bet Market and Geary 
Dick S. W. broker, N s Sac bet Front and Davis 
Dick Theodore, baker with R. R. Swain 
Dickens Joseph, bricklaj-er, bds Branch Hotel 
Dickerman L. boarding, 68 Front 
Dickey George S. druggist, 128 Kearny, dwl 126 

Dupont 
Dickey Stephen, cracker baker, bds with Wm. 

Horr 
Dickinson Augustus, merchant, dwl E s Stanly 

Place nr Harrison 
Dickinson Harvey, bag-maker, dwl 7 Virginia 
Dickinson 0. Jr. (R. E. Brewster & Co.) dwl S s 

Pacific bet Stockton and Virginia 
Dickinson S. painter, dwl W s Trinity bet Sutter 

and Bush 
Dickman J. laborer, Bensley Water Works 
DICKSON, DE WOLF & CO. [George Campbell 

and Charles F. Lotf) commission merchants, 

and agents Unity Fire Insurance Co. Lon- 
don, 108 Battery 
Dickson John, bds Franklin House 
Diederichsen Charles, German Hall, boarding 

and lodging, 55 Montgomery 
Diehl Christopher (Anthes & B.) dwl Pratt Court 

nr California 
Diehl Philip, porter with Crowell & Crane 
Dierck A. at Gold Refinery, corner Braunan and 

Harris 
Dierck F. A. dwl E s Mason nr Lombard 
Dieterle C. F. carriage-maker, dwl E s Johnston 

bet Brannan and Bryant 
Dieterle (Julias) & Co. ( Christoph Lutz) butchers, 

57 Kearny 
Dietrich (John) & Co. (Henry Ackerman) SE cor 

Yallejo and Mason 
Dietrich ( Wm. K.) & Bo wen (James B.) California 

meats 54 Washington Market, dwl S s Bdwy 

nr Mason 
DIETZ [A. G.) & CO. oil and camphene, 132 

Wash, factory Natoma bet First and Second, 

dwl S s Pine bet Mont and Sansome 
Dietz Henry, bds Western House, Stewart 
Diets Samuel, with Stanford Bros, dwl 139 Jack 
Diez Caroline Mrs. boarding, dwl 276 Powell 



Diffy Patrick, boatman, dwl E s Hodges Place 

nr Yallejo 
Difley Peter, bricklayer, dwl with Frederick 

Brecht 
Digging Julius C. clerk with Parker & Diggins 
Diggins Wesley (Porker & D.) dwl S s Mission 

bet First and Fremont 
Diggs William H. captain ship Amethyst, dwl 

60 Clay 
Dilhorn Nathaniel B. gas fitter, SE cor Mont 

and California, dwl 68 Montgomery 
Dillon Catherine, domestic with S. 0. Putnam 
Dillon Enne Mrs. (widow) dwl NE cor Geary 

and Jones 
Dillon George J. accountant with Southgate & 

Mitchell, dwl N s California bet Kearny and 

Dupont 
Dillon James, shoemaker, dwl Bartol Place 
Dillon James, hostler, bds 34 Webb 
Dillon John, with Thomas Dillon 
Dillon John H. secretary H. B. M. Consul, dwl 

182 California 
Dillon Luke, dwl W 3 Third bet Folsom and 

Harrison 
Dillon M. (Waters & D.) cor Sacramento and 

Montgomery 
Dillon Margaret, domestic with Oliver Crary 
Dillon Mary A. Mrs. dressmaker, W s Third bet 

Folsom and Harrison 
Dillon Michael, laborer, dwl SE cor Montgomery 

and Broadway 
Dillon Robert, with Thomas Dillon 
Dillon Thomas, hardware, SE corner Post and 

Kearny 
Dimmer Nicholas, tailor, 228 Pacific 
Dimon Bernhard, capmaker, with G. Rosenberg 
Dimon D. S. dwl 94 Sacramento 
Dimon John, dwl with Francis McKerma 
Dimon J. S. (I. B. Purdy & Co.) res N. York 
Dimond J. bds Benton House 
Dinan Jeremiah, hostler with George N. Fergu- 
son & Co 
Dinan Jeremiah X. hostler with George N. Fer- 
guson & Co 
Dinant Henry B. hatter with LeGay & Co. 
Dindrid M. barber, bds What Cheer House 
Dingle George R. engineer steamer Sophie Mc- 

Lane, dwl 75 Minna 
Dingross Karl, laborer, dwl N s Mission bet 

Main and Beale 
Dinkelspiel Lazarus (Simon & B.) bds Steckler's 

Exchange 
Dinnen Jeremiah, laborer, dwl 198 California, 

rear 
Dinnen Jeremiah Jr. laborer, dwl 198 California. 
Dinsinore Samuel (Bevoedt Co.) dwl L6 San 
Dirking Auguste, jeweler 40 Pacific, dwl SW cor 

California and Sansome 
Dirks J. J. ship-carpenter, dwl August Alley 
Dissat Antoine, barber, with Fayard & Con- 
stant 
Ditmore Augustus C. machinist Fulton Foundry, 

dwl E s Fremont bet Mission and Howard 
Dittes Michael, barber with Henderson & Brown, 

dwl cor Stockton and Pine 
Dittcst Michael, barber, bds New England House 
Ditty Samuel, furniture wagon, dwl N s Folsom 

bet Simmons and Harris 



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Dix Ezra, blacksmith with Church ft Snow 
Dixey Francis, [Pollock, Martin <fc Co.) dwl W s 

Taylor bel Jackson and Pacific 
Dixon Clement, liquors, 83 Sacramento, dwl Sa 

Natoma or Jane 
Dixon Margaret (colored) domestic with T. E. 

Lindenberger 
Dixon Richard, engineer with Greif ft Snapper, 

dwl W b Dupont bet Qreenwh and Lombd 
Dixon Thomas J. salesman with A. L. Blumen- 

t luil A Son, dwl cor Sutter and Stockton 
Dixson A. II. agent, dwl X K cor Bush and Mont 
Djar Joseph W. dwl SK cor Pacific and Jones 
Doane A. B. bds Brooks House, i<; Sansome 
DOANK 0HAKLE8, Sheriff City and County, 

office City Hall, dwl <>G Minna 
Doane John <>. book-keeper with Kerby, Byrne 

& Co. dwl G Trainers Row 
Doane Marshall, wooden presses, SW cor Folsom 

and Main, bds with W. A. Boole 
Doane Wilbur G. salesman with S. Altman, dwl 

Clay nr Powell 
Dobbie J. B. tinsmith, 86 Davis, dwl What Cheer 

House 
Dobelman Louis, barber, SE cor Market and 

Second 
Dober Joseph W. B. carpenter, dwl N s Clary 

bet Ritch and Fourth 
Doberer II. W. clerk, 276 Stock, bds 280 Stock 
Dobezensky Morris, stoves and tinware, 6 First, 

dwl 20 Jessie 
Doble Abner (Nelson & D.) dwl Presidio Road nr 

Presidio House 
Dockweiler Christian, fringe-maker with D. Nor- 

cross, dwl 344 Stockton 
.Dodd James R. laborer, dwl NE cor Fremont 

aud Bryant 
Dodge Arthur, proprietor Revere House, 91 Pine 
Dodge C. C. Miss, teacher Denman School 
Dodge Daniel, butcher, South End Market, dwl 

5 s Howard bet Second and Third 
Dodge E. K. dwl N s Lombard nr Mason 
Dodge Francis, contractor. 235 Mission 
DODGE (//. L.) ft SHAW (John) wholesale pro- 
vision dealers, 94 Front, dwl SW cor Califor- 
nia and Prospect Place 

Dodge J. W. dentist, 172 Washington 

Dodge John W. shipmaster, dwl E s Brooklyn 

Place 
Dodge Wm. J. (Hurlbut & D.) dwl W s Larkin 

nr Tyler 
Dodge William W. book-keeper with Moses Ellis 

6 Co. dwl Folsom nr Fourth 

Dodson G. (colored) waterman, dwl N s Pacific 

nr Powell 
Dodson Silas, rice cleaner, dwl W s Kearny nr 

Broadway 
Doerger Charles, ivory turner 205 Washington 
Doering S. cigar-maker, dwl SE cor Dupont and 

Pacific 
Doering William, cigar maker, bds 62 and 64 

Pacific 
Doermer Christian, commission agent 179 Cal 
Doggett Richard, laborer, dwl W s William bet 

Jones and Taylor 
Doggett S. W. clerk recorder's office, dwl Kearny 

above Green 
Dogin John, cattle dealer, dwl 45 Kearny 



Dogin Patrick, boots and shoes, dwl 46 Kearny 
Doherty Barnaby, ship-carpenter, bds with James 

Wilson 
Doherty Frauds, tinsmith with Johnston & Reay, 

dwl M Vallcjo 
Doherty Frauds, laborer, dwl NE cor Larkin and 

Broadway 
Doherty George, rigger, dwl N s Harrison bet 

Beale and Main 
Doherty John, laborer S. F. Sugar Refinery, cor 

Harrison and Price 
Doherty John, carpenter, bds with James Wilson 
Doherty John, hostler with Orrick Johnson, dwl 

Berry near Dupont 
Doherty John C. cabinet-maker, dwl NW cor 

Washington and Sansome 
Doherty Margaret (widow) dwl 226 Sacramento 
Doherty Michael, laborer, bds 59 Minna 
Doherty Michael, harness-mkr with John O'Kane 
Doherty William, drayman, dwl 28 Clementina 
Dohony John, laborer, dwl S a Stevenson nr Ecker 
Dolan Bridget, domestic with P. Vassault 
Dolan Catherine, domestic with Geo. H. Howard 
Dolan Edward, liquor saloon, 159 Kearny 
Dolan James, bds with Mrs. Margaret Dolan 
Dolan John, vegetables, SW cor Mission and Third 
Dolan Margaret (widow) dwl W s Stockton bet 

Sutter and Post 
Dolan Michael, baker, bds with C. Fallon 
Dolan Michael, laborer, dwl Ohio nr Broadway 
Dolan Michael, laborer, bds 67 Pine 
Dolan Michael, express wagon, Tehama House 
Dolan Patrick, laborer, dwl 67 Pine 
Dolan Peter, barkeeper, dwl Crescent Engine 

House, Pacific 
Dolan Robert, laborer, dwl 400 Stockton, rear 
Dolan Robert, laborer, dwl N s Jessie bet Second 

and Third 
Dolan Thomas F. bricklayer, dwl with A. Kelly 
Dolan William, hackman, dwl E s Stockton bet 

Union and Filbert 
Dolan William B. wood, coal, and feed. NE cor 

Third and Hunt 
Dolavoe John, pilot, cor Vallejo and Davis, dwl 

NE cor Jones and Union 
Dole Charles L. clerk with John S. Dole ft Co. 

bds What Cheer House 
Dole John S. & Co. (Franklin Curtis) importer 

boots and shoes, 72 California and 126 Com, 

dwl S s Union bet Dupont and Kearny 
Dolen Bridget, domestic with Charles Baum 
Dolet Auguste, butcher, dwl N s Pfeiffer bet 

Dupont and Stockton 
Dolheguy B. imp wines and liquors, 113 Front, 

dwl 112 Front 
Dollen P. dwl 174 Dupont 

Doller Andrew, seaman, bds with Alex. McDonald 
Dolling Henry, groceries and liquors, NW corner 

Pacific and Broadway, dwl SE cor Front 

and Broadway 
Dolliver John S. feed stables, S s Market bet 

First and Fremont 
Dolliver John S. Opp. Pilot Office, cor East and 

Wash, dwl N s Minna bet Third and Fourth 
Dolliver Thomas, ladies' and chUdrens' shoes, 

W s Third bet Folsom and Tehama 
Dolson De Witt C. fish, 29 New World Market, 

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Dolton Michael, painter, dwl S b Natoma nr Fifth 
Domett Charles H. Union Livery Stable, S s 

Stevenson bet First and Ecker, dwl Domett 

alley near Bush 
Domett William B. Opp. Pilot Office, cor East and 

Washington, dwl N s Howard bet Second 

and Third 
Donagan Francis, laborer, bds 10 Sansome 
Donahue Ann. domestic with John Bevans 
Donahue Dennis, boiler-maker, Union Foundry, 

dwl 137 Jessie 
DONAHUE JAMES, President S. F. Gas Co. 

office SE cor First and Natoma, dwl NW 

cor Beale and Harrison 
Donahue James, baker with G. Ellis 
Donahue James, teamster, dwl N s Jessie bet 

First and Ecker 
Donahue John, dwl N s Pacific near Mason 
Donahue John, seaman, lids 14G Mission 
Donahue John, teamster, Fort Point 
Donahue Patrick, contractor, dwl S s Francisco 

near Dupont 
DONAHUE PETER, proptr Union Foundry, NE 

cor First and Mission, dwl 58 Minna 
Donahue Philip, oysters, Bank Exchange, dwl 

Montgomery Block 
Donahue Thomas, machinist, dwl with James 

Donahue 
Donahue Timothy, laborer, dwl 94 Dupont 
Donaldi Mathew. mason, bds Philadelphia House 
Donaldson John, hotel, San Bruno Road 
Donaldson M. (widow) dwl NW cor Jones and 

Washington 
Donaldson Thomas, workman with J. Donaldson 
Donaldson William, shoemaker, N s Stevenson 

bet Second and Ecker 
Donaldson William G. hostler with B. F. Fish & 

Co. bds Dashaway House 
Donan Daniel, laborer, dwl N s Mission bet 

Fourth and Fifth 
Donavon Cornelius, laborer, N s Chambers near 

Front 
Donavon Daniel, laborer, dwl S s Sutter bet 

Powell and Stockton, rear 
Donavon Julia, domestic with Adam Booth 
Donavon Miehael, laborer, dwl S s Sutter near 

Stockton 
Donegan Patrick, dwl 8 Milton Place 
Donehey William, machinist, Albion Foundry, 

bds with Joseph Spratt 
Donlan Joseph M. watchman Tehama House, 

dwl W s Eeker bet Mission and Jessie 
Donlay John, laborer, dwl 12 Natoma 
Dounec Bertrand, cook, L'Esperance Restaurant, 

dwl 169 Commercial 
Donnelly A. laborer S. F. Sugar Refinery, cor 

Harrison and Price 
Donnelly Andrew, dwl with Mrs Mary Donnelly 
Donnelly Bernard, laborer S. F. Sugar Retiuery, 

cor Harrison and Price 
Donnelly Edward, contractor, dwl S s St. Charles 
Donnelly Edward, milkman, dwl with Mrs. Mary 

Donnelly 
Donnelly James, marble-cutter, dwl W s Dupont 

near Chestnut 
Donnelly John, laborer, dwlYansen nr Lombard 
Donnelly John, Washington House, SE cor Ore- 
gon and Davis 



Donnelly John, laborer Benslev Water Works 
Donnelly Luke, cooper, 177 Front, dwl N s Post 

nr Taylor 
Donnelly Luke E. (Durning D. & Co.) dwl Metro- 
politan Hotel 
Donnelly M. filterer Sugar Refinery, cor Harrison 

and Price 
Donnelly Mary (widow) milk-ranch, NW corner 

Pacific and Hyde 
Donnelly Patrick, laborer with R. J. Gough 
Donnelly Peter, milkman, dwl with Mrs. Mary 

Donnelly 
Donnelly R. (widow) cor Fifth and Natoma 
Donnelly Terrence, drayman, dwl N s Union bet 

Mason and Ta3 r lor 
Donnelly Thomas, carriage-painter with H. Case- 
bolt & Co. dwl Union House 
Donnet Peter, wheelwright, N s Broadway bet 

Dupont and Stockton 
Donnolly Bernard, porter, dwl E s Sansome bet 

Green and Vallejo 
Donnolly (Thomas) & Co. yeast powder manu- 
facturers, 35 Front, dwl W s Mason nr Green 
Donohoe Joseph A. (Eugene Kelly & Co.) NW 

cor Sansome and Sacramento 
Donohoe Stephen, musician, U. S. A. Presidio 
Donohoo Theodore V. dwl 119 Bush 
Donohue Thomas, dwl S s Moulton Place near 

Montgomery 
Donovan Ann Miss, dwl N s Jessie bet First and 

Anthony 
Donovan Dennis, gardener, dwl with Miss Ann 

Donovan 
Donovan Dennis, laborer, Fort Point 
Donovan Eugene, laborer, dwl S s Stevenson nr 

Second 
Donovan Eugene J. laborer, dwl W s Baldwin 

Court bet Folsom and Howard 
Donovan James, house and sign painter, 70 Da- 
vis, dwl cor Turk and Larkin 
Donovan James, laborer, dwl S s Stevenson bet 

Third and Annie 
Donovan Jeremiah, laborer, dwl with Dennis 

Jordan 
Donovan J. Nancy (widow) dwl 84 Bush 
Donovan John B. grocer, cor Mission and Price 
Donovan Maria (widow) dwl rear John C. Welch 
Donovan Maria (widow) dwl W s St. Mary near 

California 
Donovan Patrick, laborer, dwl 183 California 
Donovan Timothy, laborer, dwl E s Dupont bet 

Geary and Market, rear 
Donovan Timothy, boots, S s Jackson bet Mont, 

and Kearny 
Donzelman Claus, clerk with Behrend Yurgens 
Donzelman John F. groceries and liquors, NE 

cor California and Kearny 
Donzelman John H. Stewart St. Restaurant, W s 

Stewart bet Market and Mission 
Donzelman Martin, clerk, NE cor Cal and Kearny 
Doolan Thomas, bricklayer, dwl S s Sutter bet 

Montgomery and Sansome 
Dooley Catharine, dwl W s Sonoma PI nr Green 
Dooley Charles, laborer with Geo. W. Blasdell 
Dooley William, waiter, bds with J. Sparrow 
DOPMAXX HENRY & CO. (Edward Roepke) 
importers wood and willow-ware, 96 Cali- 
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Doolittle William G. teaoher ofpennmanship, 88 

Montgomery 
Doraa James, bds Benton House 
Doraa .lames, drayman, dwl Boot! Place 
Doran Joseph (Peter & J. ]>.) cor Pacifle and 

Sacramento 
Doraa Michael, nurse County Hospital 
Doran Peter A Joseph, butchers, cur Pacific and 

Sacramento 
Doran Win. watchman Custom House 
Doran Wm. B. watchman, dwl 8 s Pacific near 

Mason 
Doras Cornelius, night watch, Intem'l Hotel 
DORE (Benjamin) \ HAVENS (Henry 7'.)lum- 

ber, W s Market bet Davis and Drumm and 

BE cor California and Davis, dwl 8 Tehama 
Dore Edward W. drayman, 72 Battery 
DORE MAURICE ft CO. wholesale wines and 

liquors, XW cor Battery and Merchant, dwl 

SE cor Jackson and Powell 
Dore Michael, bds with M. Dore 
Dore Patrick, weaver, S. F. Woolen Factory. 
Dore Patrick E. with Francis Lynch, dwl 88 

Broadway 
Doreille Dimiuo, physician and apothecary, S s 

Pacific nr Montgomery 
Doren John, milkman, dwl E s Powell nr Pacific 
Dorente Auguste Miss, bds with Robert Wallace 
Dorgan Hannah, domestic, with Joseph Ringot 
Dorlack D. speculator, bds Xiantic Hotel 
Dorland Henry S. (Dorland Bros.) dwl with 

Thomas Dorland 
Dorland Bros. (James F. and Henry S.) Mission 

Express. S s Center near Dolores, dwl with 

Thomas Dorland 
Dorland James J. carpenter, dwl 186 Mont 
Dorland Thomas, Justice of the Peace Sixth 

Township, office W s Dolores nr Corbett 
Dorman Charles M. sash-maker, Market St Mills 
Dorman (John) McKew (John) & Anderson (Si- 
mon) wood and coal, dwl S s Stevenson nr 

Ecker 
Dormer V. N. boots and shoes, 83 Bush, dwl NW 

cor Kearny and Sutter 
Dormitzer Ludwig P. salesman with Adelsdorfer 

Bros, dwl N s Vallejo bet Stock and Powell 
Dorn Peter, shoemaker, XW cor Vallejo and Du- 

pont, dwl 129 Kearny 
Doraej Michael, seaman, bds 146 Mission 
Dorr John, dravman, bds 26 Battery 
DORR JOSEPH A. Proprietor Railroad House, 

46 and 48 Commercial and 87 Clay 
Dors John, book-keeper, dwl with Mrs. Caroline 

Marshall 
Dorsey B. Johnson, Purser P. M. Steamship 

Golden Age, bds Metropolitan Hotel 
Dorsey Edward, seaman, dwl W s Haywood bet 

Folsom and Louisa 
Dorsey John, dwl 37 Jackson 
Dorsey William, ship-carpenter, bds with E. G. 

Keith 
Dorsmitatler Adam, with J. H. Cordier & Co. 129 

Commercial 
Dort Caesar, cook, Metropolitan Hotel 
Doschar (John D.) & Pope (Jacob) groceries, 8 

Sacramento 
Doscher Henry, hog ranch, NW cor Folsom and 

Johnston 



Doscher Albert H. groceries, cor Tehama and 

Fourth 

i [Albert II.) k Walter- (John) groceries 

and liquors, BE cor Bitch and Folsom, dwl 

cor Fourth and Tehama 
Doscher Claus, groceries and liquors, NW cor 

First and Stevenson 
Doscher (Hermann & Co. (Claus W. Makland) 

groceries and liquors. XW cor. Second and 

Natoma and XW cor Third and Everett 
Dosher John, groceries and liquors, SW eor Bdwy 

and Battery 
Dossow Albert, musician U. S. A. Presidio 
Dott (Andrew) & Mitchell (James) liquors, 149 

Battery, dwl Mont bet Vallejo and Green 
Doty John, painter, dwl 121 Pine 
Doty Willed R. book-keeper with Jacob Under- 
bill, dwl Harrison nr Third 
DOUD AARON, furniture, XE cor Pine and 

Mont, dwl S s Tehama Place nr First 
Doud Philo, furniture, TV s Third bet Minna and 

Everett 
Doud Roloyett, carrier Bulletin and Herald, bds 

with John D. Derrick 
Dougart John J. butcher, Golden Gate Market, 

dwl SW cor Stock and Greenwich 
Dougarth John, butcher, dwl TV s Stockton nr 

Greenwich 
Dougherty Bridget, domestic with TVm. E. Brown 
Dougherty Chas. teamster, bds with J McDevitt 
Dougherty Daniel, bds with Pat Dougherty 
Dougherty Fanny, domestic with Mrs. E. M. 

Hayes 
Dougherty Frederick, engineer, Montgomery 

Baths 
Dougherty Hugh, dwl N s Commercial bet Davis 

and Drum 
Dougherty James, guager, dwl 162 Battery 
Dougherty John, bds Clinton Temperance House 
Dougherty John, carpenter and builder, dwl E s 

Stockton nr Lombard 
Dougherty John, driver for John Gardner & Co. 
Dougherty John, laborer Sugar Refinery, dwl N 

s Harrison bet Price and Harris 
Dougherty John, laborer, dwl S s Berry near 

Dupont 
Dougherty John, ship-carpenter, bds 62 and 64 

Pacific 
Dougherty Mary J. domestic with Mrs. M. H. 

Yates 
Dougherty Patrick, laborer, dwl Ohio nr Bdwy 
Douglass Agnes (widow) dwl E s Powell nr Post 
Douglass Ann (widow) dwl with George D. Bliss 
Douglass Charles D. stevedore, dwl TV s Sansome 

bet Green and Union 
Douglass Edward H. bds with Mrs. Agnes 

Douglass 
Douglass Frederick, merchant, dwl SW cor Geary 

and Dupont 
Douglass George, laborer with B. Merriman 
Douglass Hannah B. Mrs. dwl 61 Pacific 
Douglass John A. bds Metropolitan Hotel 
Douglass Peter, seaman (colored) dwl E s Mason 

nr Vallejo 
Douglass Thomas, clerk, dwl N s Bush nr Powell 
Douglass Thomas, porter with I. Friedlander 
Douglas William, carpenter, dwl S s Jessie bet 

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Douglass Wm. dwl S s Pac bet Davis and Drum 
Douglass William A. physician, 127 Montgomery 
Douglass Wm, A. bds with Mrs. Wm, T. Hyde 
Douglass William J. S. sail-maker with James A. 

Wright, dwl S s Tehama bet Fourth and 

Fifth 
Douglass Wm. P. butcher, N s Mason near Post, 

dwl W s Front nr Market 
Douglass Wm. Y. Capt. Police, City Hall, dwl 

N s Geary bet Kearny and Dupont 
Dove Alexander (colored) waterman, dwl E s 

Taylor bet Clay and Sacramento 
Dove Wm. liquors, W s Front nr Vallejo, res 

Oakland 
Dove William H. coach-painter, dwl W s Third 

bet Folsom and Harrison 
Dow Abraham, shoemaker, NE corner Third and 

Jessie 
Dow Geo. G. clerk with Dewitt, Kittle & Co. dwl 

S s Tehama nr Second 
Dow James G. dwl S s Tehama bet First and 

Second 
Dow W. bds What Cheer House 
Dow William H. merchant, 37 Cal, dwl Bryant 

nr Simmons 
Dowd Hug'i, teamster with George W. Blasdell, 

dwl SE cor Cal and Kearny 
Dowd John 0. cooper, dwl 195 Sansome 
Dowell R. II. bds What Cheer House 
Dowling A. saloon, 257 Dupont 
Dowling Bartholomew, office of "Monitor," 118 

Montgomery 
Dowling Bridget (widow) dwl Salmon Place bet 

Pacific and Broadway 
Dowling Hannah Mrs. private school and music 

teacher, S s Howard bet First and Second 
Dowling James (Lynchk D.) dwl Helvetia House, 

Pine 
Dowling James, stage manager Maguire's Opera 

House, dwl 180 Jackson 
Dowling James, sugar refinery, dwl N s Folsom 

bet Third and Fourth 
Dowling Michael, ship-carpenter, dwl SE cor 

Third and Sherwood Place 
Dowling P. Francis, salesman with Lockwood & 

Hendrie, dwl S s Howard bet First and 

Secoud 
Dowling Richard, hackman at W. N. Wade's, 126 

Broadway 
Dowling Richard, saddler with Main & Winches- 
ter, dwl S s Howard bet Third and Fourth 
Downer Thos. P. Dep. Collector Pacific Wharf, 

dwl SE cor Pacific and Davis 
Downes Edward, laborer S. F. Gas Co. 
Downes Kate E. asst. principal Rincon School, 

dwl cor Powell and John 
Downes R. laborer with George W. Blasdell 
Downey John, dwl SW cor Front and Jackson 
Downey Morris IT. oystenaan withC. P. Marshall, 

dwl SW cor Mission and Potter 
Downey Patrick, carpenter, dwl NW cor Post 

and Hyde 
Downey Richard, plasterer, bds Boston Temper- 
ance House 
Downey Wm. bds What Cheer House 
Downing John, plasterer, bds Bush St. House 
Downing Lawrence ( Carson & D.) dwl cor Pacific 

and Battery 



Downing Thomas, porter Railroad House, 46 

Commercial 
Dows Hector J. clerk with James Dows, dwl 34 

Minna 
DOWS JAMES, distiller, 38 Sacramento, dwl 34 

Minna 
Doyle Catharine Mrs. dressmaker, W s Second 

bet Mission and Minna 
Doyle Dyonisius B. carpenter, dwl 134 Mission 
Doyle Eugene D. dwl W s Beale bet Folsom and 

Harrison 
Doyle Francis, painter, dwl with G. D. Vonsenden 
Doyle Henry, liquor saloon, cor Jackson and East, 

dwl SW cor Davis and Jackson 
Doyle Hugh, boiler-maker with Geo. W. Coffee, 

dwl N s Natoma bet Second and Third 
Doyle James, cook, 40 Webb 
Doyle James, carpenter, bds with Dennis Lyons 
Doyle James J. carpenter and builder, 254 Pac 
DOYLE (James J.) & CO. (James Devlin) car- 
penters, W s Pacific near Stockton, dwl S s 

Pacific nr Powell 
Doyle (James R.) & Anderson (Thomas) Empire 

Coal Yard, S s Jackson nrstockton, dwl S s 

Post bet Stockton and Dupont 
Doyle John, dwl N s Bryant bet Second and 

Third 
Doyle John, butcher, Metropolitan Hotel 
Doyle John, carriage painter with Sam'l F. Ross 
Doyle John, proptr Lovejoy's Hotel, SW corner 

Vallejo and Battery 
Doyle Mary (widow) dwl S s Sacramento bet 

Mason and Powell 
Doyle Mary (widow) dwl S s Mission between 

Simmons and Fifth 
Doyle Joseph, hackman, dwl junction Hunt and 

Natoma 
Doyle Mary C. Mrs. boarding, W s Beale near 

Folsom 
Doyle Maurice, blacksmith, dwl S s Jessie bet 

First and Anthony 
Doyle Michael J. liquor saloon, NE corner Third 

and Mission 
Doyle Morris, blacksmith with D. L. Fernald 
Doyle P. bds What Cheer House 
Doyle P. laborer Bensley Water Works 
Doyle Patrick, pressman Alta California 
Doyle Richard, carpenter, dwl W s Mary bet 

Natoma and Minna 
Doyle Richard, fireman P. M. S. S. Co. dwl 177 

Washington 
Dovle Richard, laborer, dwl W s San nr Vallejo 
DOYLE (Th,>s.) A BENJAMIN (Henry A.) wines 

and liquors. 123 Sacramento 
Doyle Thomas, dwl 256 Stockton 
Doyle Thomas, carpenter, bds With J. Sparrow 
Doyle Thomas, carriage painter, dwl :'>2 Webb 
Doyle Thomas, carpenter, dwl NE corner Minna 

and Jane 
Doyle Thomas, wines and liquors, SE cor Bush 

and Kearny, dwl N s Stevenson bet Third 

and Fourth 
Doyle William R. porter, dwl S s Montgomery 

bet Bush and Sutter 
Drain James, machinist, Sutter Iron Works 
Drake Eugene B. archive clerk U. S. Surveyor- 
General, dwl N s Mont nr Vallejo 
Drake J. dwl New York Hotel 



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Drake (Joaiah) & (Jo. (C. J. Ediwardt) wines and 

liquors, 146 Sansome, dwl Sonoma between 

Vallejo ami Qreen 
Drake 0. bda Whal Cheer House 
Dreling Thomas, brick-maker, cor Broadway and 

Leavenworth 
Drennan Janus, engineer steamer Oakland, res 

San Antonio 
Drennan John, carpenter, dwl N s Sutter between 

K'eainv and Montgomery 
Dreacol] Dennis, laborer with Francis Read, dwl 

Hinckley bel Kearny and Dupont 
Dreaher Valentine, compositor Herald, dwl E s 

Dupont bel Port and Sutter 
DreehweU Hendrick, dwl Ns Clementina bet 

Third and Fourth 
Dresser Benjamin K. seaman, dwl NW corner 

Stewart and Mission 
Drew Henry P. with C. J. Hawley & Co. dwl N s 

Everett bet Third and Fourth 
Drew John, clerk with C. E. S. McDonald, dwl 

18 Minna 
Drew John, stair-builder with Thomas Taylor 
Drew Mary A. (widow) dwl 18 Minna 
Drew L. bda Plaza Hotel 
Dreyer Charles, clerk with Arnold Lindau, dwl 

XW cor Washington and Davis 
Dreyer (John) & Co. (Joseph Behrens) Boatmans' 

Pride, SW cor Clay and East, dwl corner 

"Washington and East 
Dreyfous Julius, jobber merchandise, 86 Sacra- 
mento, up-stairs, dwl S s Vallejo nr Powell 
Dreyfuso Benjamin S. (T. G. Sanford & Go.) dwl 

125 Sacramento 
Dridgeon D. bds "What Cheer House 
Driggs Joseph D. collector, dwl 40 Washington 
Drinkhouse H. J. clerk with J. A. Drinkhouse, 

dwl 90 Front 
Drinkhouse J. A. jobbers cigars and tobacco, 96 

Front 
Drinkhouse Wm. bds "What Cheer House 
Driscoll Charles, boatman, dwl S s Vallejo near 

Montgomery 
DRISCOLL (Daniel) & STEVENS (H.D.) Dan's 

Oyster Saloon, 138 Montgomery 
Driscoll Dennis, hardware, dwl S s Hinckley bet 

Kearny and Dupont 
Driscoll Dennis, waterman, TJ. S. Mar. Hospital 
Driscoll Frank, dwl SW cor Filbert and Mont 
Driscoll J. laborer, Fort Point 
Driscoll Jeremiah, laborer, dwl SE corner Geary 

and Dupont 
Driscoll Jeremiah, gardener, dwl N s Jessie bet 

First and Anthony 
Driscoll Johanna, liquor saloon, 136 Mission 
Driscoll John, laborer, bds with J. Tyrrell 
Driscoll John, workman with J. H. Cordier & Co. 

129 Commercial 
Driscoll Mary (widow) dwl N s Clementina bet 

Third and Fourth 
Drish John M. salesman with Lockwood, Ewell 

& Co. dwl 126 Stockton 
Droan John, milkman, Fellows' Ranch, Presidio 

Road 
Droge Henry, cook, Saulmann's Restaurant 
Droger Henry (7*7; yarcks & D.) dwl SE corner 

Pine and Batterv 



Drouaillet a. lithographer NE cor Kearny and 
Washington, 3d story 

Drouilhat John, billiard nianf, NW cor Broadway 

and Kearny 
Drouit Victor, tinner, dwl 402 Stockton, rear 
Drucker Ehlert, groceries, BTE corner day and 

Stock, dwl N s Clay bet Stock and Powell 

Drucker John, grocery, 236 Jackson 

Druil'el F. II. Empire Bakery, NW corner Bush 

and ICason 
Drugan Sam'l, plasterer, dwl SE cor Ecker and 

ll.-oll 

Drugen James, clerk with C. C. McDonald <fe Co. 

dwl X s Stevenson nr Third 
Druhe John G. groceries, NW corner Battery 

and Bush 
Druhe John EL groceries and liquors, SW corner 

Jackson and Montgomery, dwl S s Union 

bet Dupont and Kearny 
Drum James, laborer, dwl N s Pacific nr Powell 
Drumm Julius, steward Atlantic House, 62 and 

64 Pacific 
Drummond Joseph H. boiler-maker with Coffey 

& Risdon, bds 10 Sansome 
Drummond Lewis P. seaman, dwl SW corner 

Drumm and Washington 
Drury Jane, domestic with John Roach 
Drury Peter, laborer S. F. Gas Co. dwl E s 

Sansome nr Broadway 
Dryer (Diedrich) ft Co. (Henry Ebinghouse) gro- 
ceries and liquors, NW cor First and Howard 
DRYER JOHN, liquor saloon, NW cor Wash- 
ington and East 
Drypoelcher F. cabinet-maker with M. E. Hughes, 

dwl 122 Dupont 
Drysdale Rosannah (widow) 200 Kearny 
Duane Charles P. bds California Hotel 
Duane John, bds California Hotel 
Duane "William R. compositor Times, dwl 142 

Clay 
Duband Jean C. brick-maker, with Xavier Vorbe 
Dubedat Eugene, importer wines and liquors, 197 

Montgomery, dwl St. Marks Place 
Dubier John H. fruits, bds Seymour House 
Dubiff Madame, 354 Stockton, rear 
Dubiski N. A. jeweler, dwl S s Green nr Dupont 
Dublin Thomas, saloon "W s Powell nr Francisco 
DUBOIS (Alexander) & CO. (P. Frontier & E. De- 

viercy) watchmakers and jewelers 119 Mont, 

dwl Clay nr Kearny 
Dubois August, dwl 225 California 
Dubois J. dwl with Mrs. S. J. Adams 
Dubois James L. clerk with M. Brumagim & Co. 

dwl with E. P. Flint 
Duboise Manuel, drayman, dwl nr Lagoon 
Dubourque Jean, sign-painter, Pacific Alley near 

Pacific 
Dubrend Jean, dwl Baths, 240 Pacific 
Dubroca C. book-keeper, 127 Jackson 
Dubroca M. importer wines and liquors, 127 

Jackson 
Dubroca M. Jr. clerk 127 Jackson 
Ducatel Agatha Mme, vegetables, 5 Clay St. Mar- 
ket, dwl 63 Merchant 
Duchange Henry, junk, 153 Commercial 
Ducker Frederick, dwl NW corner Third and 

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Ducilya John, cigars, dwl N s Green nr Kearny 
Ducoing Eugene, laundry, dwl 404 Stockton, 

rear 
Ducommer Westley, wood-worker, with Geo. P. 

Kimball ft Co. 
Ducroquet Joseph, laundry, dwl W s Mason bet 

Sutter and Post 
Daddy Martin, laborer, dwl W s Powell nr Green 
Duer Beverly C. Deputy County Clerk, dwl Vir- 
ginia Block, Stockton 
Dufar Andrew, dwl with Mme Louisa Chevalier 
Duft' Andrew, barkeeper with Willis Corse, 140 

Battery 
Duff Henry J. milliner, dwl SE cor Kearny and 

Pine 
Duff James M. collector, dwl 252 Clay 
Duff Robert, clerk with Wm. Newell & Co. 109 

Battery 
Duff Thomas, porter Montgomery Block, dwl 

110 Montgomery Block 
Duff Thomas, engineer steamship Golden Gate, 

dwl S s Mission bet Third and Fourth 
Dufficy Patrick, liquor saloon, E s Third bet 

Stevenson and Jessie 
Duffie William, hostler, bds 34 Webb 
Duffield George W. boatman, dwl S s Vallejo nr 

Montgomery 
Duffield P. laborer with George W. Blasdell 
Duffin J. bds What Cheer House 
Duffy Edward, carpenter, dwl N s Filbert near 

Dupont 
Duffy II. seaman, dwl E s Stockton nr Union 
Duffy Henry, waiter, What Cheer House 
Duffy Hugh, upholsterer, dwl N s Broadway nr 

Stockton 
Duffy James, barkeeper with John Stapleton, 

"dwl 2 St, Marys 
Duffy John, laborer Sugar Refinery cor Harrison 

and Price 
Duffy Patrick, drayman, dwl with Martin Bran- 
nan 
Duffy Patrick, laborer, dwl N s Pacific nr Mont 
Duffy Peter, workman with J. H. Cordier & Co. 

129 Commercial 
Duffy Phillip, laborer, dwl Frank Place nr Mason 
Duffy Thomas, laborer, bds with J. McDevitt 
DuFreese Thomas, stevedore, dwl W s Calhoun 

bet Green and Union 
Dufrey P. laborer Bensley Water Works 
Dugan J. S. bds Brooks House, 16 Sansome 
Dugan Margaret, domestic with Wm. Howe 
Dugan Martin, clerk, dwl with John Buchanan 
Dugan Patrick, laborer, dwl 28 California 
Dugan Robert, baker Eagle Bakery, Stevenson 
Dugan Simon, laborer, dwl 22 Davis 
Dugan William, machinist Union Foundry, bds 

Staten Island House 
Dugan John, painter, bds Branch Hotel 
Duhem Constant (Ao?/ & Co.) dwl 197 Kearny 
DUISENBERG CHARLES ft CO. importers 

and commission merchants, 70 California, 

dwl SB cor Harrison and Harris 
Duisenberg Charles A. C. Consul of Bremen. 70 

California, dwl SE cor Harris and Harrison 
Dujan Patrick, blacksmith, bds with M. J. Kel- 

cher 
Duke Robert, carpenter with John Murdock 
Duley Bernard, stone-cutter, bds Branch Hotel 



Dulip August, with Dulip ft Waddington, 96 
Broadway 

DULIP (J. P.) ft WADDINGTON (Alfred) gro- 
ceries and liquors S W cor Dupont and Bdwy, 
and feed, 96 Broadway 

Dullard John, drayman with J. Callaghan 

Dullea J. bds What Cheer House 

Dumas G. A. laborer with G. W. Blasdell 

Duinestre Alexander, butcher, 12 New World 
Market, dwl SW cor Dupont and Vallejo 

Dumfries J. actor, Lyceum Theatre 

Dumphy William, butcher 103 Dupont 

Dumont Victor, dwl 151 Kearny 

Dumotisset Nicholas, distiller Lafayette Brewery, 
Green nr Powell 

DUNBAR J. K. commission merchant 102 Bat- 
tery, dwl 49 Bush 

Duncan Hilarion, wharfinger India Dock, dwl nr 
India Dock 

Duncan Isabella, domestic with J. Galloway 

Duncan Isabella (widow) dwl Duncan Court 

Duncan James, ship-joiner, NW cor Clark and 
Drumm, dwl N s Bryant bet Third and 
Fourth 

Duncan James C. clerk, Directory Office, dwl N s 
Vallejo bet Powell and Mason 

Duncan John, dish-washer, Tremont House 

DUNCAN JOSEPH C. editor and proprietor 
California Home Journal, NE cor Mont- 
gomery and Clay, and Invoice Clerk Cus- 
tom House, dwl S s Greenwich nr Stockton 

Duncan Nathan, clerk, dwl NW cor Pine and 
Kearny 

Duncan Napoleon, miner, bds 62 and 64 Pacific 

Duncan Peter, salesman, SW cor Pine and 
Kearny 

Duncan, Sherman ft Co. and Alsop ft Co. ( Chas. 
B. Polhemus and George W. P. Bissell) as- 
sayers, 104 Montgomery, resides New York 

Duncan Wm. L. real estate agent, 144 Washing- 
ton, dwl SW cor Stockton and Washington 

Dundon Thomas, gardener, dwl N s Harrison bet 
Harris and Simmons 

Dungan J. Shade, member Board Education, dwl 
Green bet Leavenworth and Hyde 

Dungee Francis G. tailor, SW cor Third and 
Everett 

Duhnam B. Frank, salesman with Conroy ft 
O'Connor, dwl 169 Clay 

Dunham George A. stevedore, dwl W s Spear bet 
Folsom and Harrison 

Dunham Jas. W. dwl with Wm. O. Reynolds 

Dunigan Rosa, chambermaid with Emily Sto- 
dole, 122 Clay 

Dunlap Albert, carpenter, bds Brooks House 

Dnnlap Joseph S. dwl W s Vallejo nr Stockton 

Dunlap William, ship-carpenter, boards with 
Michael Winslow 

Dunlevy James, physician, dwl 180 Jackson 

Dunn Bernard, laborer, dwl W s Vincent bet 
Green and Union 

Dunn Edward H. cabinet-maker, dwl Dupont nr 
Sacramento 

Dunn Francis, laborer, dwl W s Lafayette nr 
Union 

Dunn George, laborer U. S. Branch Mint, dwl W s 
Sansome Place nr Union 

Dunn Horace, dwl with George Lovely 



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Dunn Junes, bdi with Mrs. Deborah Swift 
Dunn James, blacksmith, dwl 8 s O'Farrell bet 

1 luponl iii i«l Stockton 
Dunn John, carpenter, dwl NE cor Minna and 

Jane 
Dunn John, coal oil and lamps, 260 Washington, 

dwl \V s Powell bet Green and Union 

Dunn John, hostler, lids with Win. X. Wade 
Dunn John, shoemaker, 102 Merchant, dwl cor 

Mission and Ridley 
Dunn John P. ship carpenter, dwl S s Bryant bet 

First and Second 
Dunn John M. bds Clinton Temperance House 

Pacific bel Sansome and battery 
Dunn Joseph, brick-mason, dwl E s Larkin nr 

Sacramento 
Dunn Lawrence, machinist Union Foundry 
Dunn Margaret (widow) dwl 3<),~> Dupont 

Dunn Mark, seaman, dwl with John Fullerton 
Dunn Martin, mason, dwl Hyde bet Greenwich 

and Lombard 
Dunn Michael, mason, bds with Joseph Dunn, 

Russian Hill 
Dunn Patrick, blacksmith, dwl with Jas. Dunn 
Dunn Patrick A. blacksmith with Nelson & Doblo 
Dunn Patrick P. boots and shoes, 88 Battery, 

dwl 6 Minna 
Dunn Theresa A. Miss, dwl SW cor First and 

Howard 
Dunn Thomas, dwl S s Greenwich nr Dupont 
Dunn Timothy, dwl Rassettc Place nr Stitter 
Dunn William, carpenter, dwl N s Folsom bet 

First and Fremont 
Dunn William, blacksmith with Pollard & Co. 
Dunn William W. inventor and machinist, Chace's 
Mills; cor Market and Beale, dwl N s Har- 
lan Place 
Dunnagan Mary, cook, 58 Pacific 
Dunne Win. grocer, SW cor Pac and Leavenworth 
Dunnell John II. agent J. M. Siuger & Co.'s sew- 
ing machines, 160 Sacramento 
Dunnigan Patrick, blacksmith, bds 34 Webb 
Dunning John, calker, dwl with S. R. Hunt 
Dunning Ralph, clerk Engineer's office, 37 Mont- 
gomery Block, dwl SO Montgomery Block 
Dunphy Catharine, dwl SW cor Pac and Dupont 
Dunphy ( William) & Mathews (James) butch- 
ers. Brannan St. Bridge, dwl Dupont near 
Bush 
Dunsing Frederick, groceries, SW cor Bush and 

Kearny 
Dunsing William, bds Staten Island House 
Dunstan Sarah Mrs. dwl 2G7 Washington 
Diinz (Carl Johanna) & Schmid (Martin) Helve- 
tia Hotel. 134 Pine 
Dupman Anna, bds with E. Ripka 
Dupont J. H. boots and shoes, '234: Washington 
Dupouey Henri, professor Union College, dwl E 

s Mason bet Bush and Pine 
Dupouey Hipolyte. professor Union College, dwl 

E s Mason bet Bush and Pine 
Dupouey Jules, professor Union College, dwl E s 

Mason bet Bush and Pine 
Du Prat Joseph J. commercial editor, 128 San, 

dwl E s Kearny Viet Vallejo and Green 
Dupre Eugene, notary public, 106 Montgomery 
dwl S s Minna bet Second and Third 



Dupuy Constant, blacksmith, 84 Jackson 
Dupuy Francis, blacksmith with Bernard Sier 
DUPUY {James) FOULKES (Thomas) & CO. 

( Wm. Ji. Agardand Wm. Meek) commission 

merchants, BW cor Pacific and Battery, dwl 

E s Montgomery bet Vallejo and Broadway 
Dupuy (Pierre) A Cabannes (Joseph and Joint) 

butchers. .'! Clay St. Market, dwl 1'otrero nr 

Brannan St. Bridge 
DUPUYTRKN J. B. I'ICXK, physician, NW 

cor Sansonie and Washington 
Duquemy Alfred, hair-dresser with F. Campion, 

dwl E s Dupont bet Bush and Berry 
Duquemy .lean D. carver, dwl 96 Dupont 
Duran Charles, waiter. 88 Bush 
Durand A. P. vaolter, bds Niantic notel 
Durand George, lather, bds Bush St. House 
Durand Henry, porter with Strasser. Hart & Co. 
Durand Joseph, driver, Atlantic House, 62 and 

64 Pacific 
Durand Rosalie Miss, artist, Maguire's Opera 

House, bds Hotel International 
Durand Stephen, merchandise broker, bds with 

Bernard Maubcc 
Durant Joseph, engineer steamer Cornelia, bds 

62 and 64 Pacilic 
Durber Chas. dwl SE cor Simmons and Harrison 
Durbrow Alfred C. clerk with D. Gibb & Co. dwl 

with Capt. W. L. Dall 
Durbrow Jefferson, mate P. M. stmp Panama, 

NW cor Sacramento and Leidesdorff 
Durbrow Joseph Jr. with Parrott & Co. dwl 

W s Essex nr Folsom 
Duren George, bds What Cheer House 
Durenck Charles, Mission Exchange, Mission 

Dolores 
Durham Francis E. laborer, dwl S s Union bet 

Battery and Sansome 
Durham William, blacksmith, bds 34 Webb 
Durie Pauline Mrs. dwl E s Chatham Place near 

Bush 
Durivauld J. painter, bds NW cor Broadway and 

Kearny 
Durkan John M. book-keeper, Tehama House 
Durkan P. laborer U. S. Appraisers' Store, dwl 

5 s Howard bet First and Second 
Durkee John, watchman Alden's Restaurant, 

SW eor Sansome and Halleck 

Durkee John L. policeman with Superintendent 
Streets, dwl 3 Pennsylvania avenue 

DURKIN (Anthony) & 'CO. (Robert Adler) pro- 
prietors Mission St Brewery, N s Mission 
bet Second and Third 

Durkin Edward (Tully & JD.) dwl S s Howard 
bet First and Second 

Durkin John, laborer, bds Susquehanna House 

Durniug Ann Mrs. dressmaker, E s Second near 
Stevenson 

DURNING ( Charles E.) DONNELLY (Luke E.) 

6 CO. (John G. Hughes) importers dry goods, 
100 Sansome, dwl S s Everett bet Third and 
Fourth 

Durning Thomas, pressman, dwl E s Second nr 

Stevenson 
Durtway Gustave. dwl N s Post near Tavlor 
DUSOLIER JOHN S. & CO. (J. GampbeS) im- 
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Dussol -ustave, book-keeper with Abel Guy, dwl 

Union Hotel 
Dust John, wood-worker with T. Ogg Shaw 
Dutard B. com produce, 61 Clay, dwl S 3 Val- 
paraiso bet Mason and Taylor 
Dutard H. clerk with B. Dutard, dwl Valparaiso 

bet Mason and Taylor 
Dutertre Louis, sheep dealer, Potrero nr Brannan 

St Bridge 
Dutra Quen, dwl S s Greenwich bet Montgomery 

and Sansome 
Dutton Cyrus H. {Clarke & D. colored) dwl 

35 Kearny 
Dutton Henry (J. R. Greenough & Co. and Sher- 
man & D. ) dwl S W cor Union and Mason 
Dutton Henry Jr. book-keeper with J. R. 

Greenough & Co. 
Dutton Jane Mrs. boarding, 30 Clay 
Dutton Sylvester, photographer, Vance's Gallery, 

cor Montgomery and Sacramento 
Duvachel Adolph, shoemaker, bds 236 Clay 
Duval Caroline, Mile. EliseS, Garden Hotel, 

McLaren Lane near Folsom 
Duval John, butcher with Richard O'Neill, dwl 

W s Dupont bet California and Sacramento 
Duvivier E. laborer, dwl 251 Dupont 
Dwight George, with C. Storm <fc Co. dwl 1 

Stout's Alley 
Dwinelle Samuel H. attorney-at-law, 148 Clay, 

dwl 3 Trainer's Row, Kearny 
Dworzazek Benedict, dressmaker, dwl Taylor 

bet O'Farrell and Ellis 
Dwyer David coal yard 167 California, dwl N s 

Ellis bet Powell and Mason 
Dwyer James, garden, Presidio Road op Lagoon 
Dwyer Joseph, dwl NW cor Drumm and Jack- 
son 
Dwyer Kate (widow) dwl NW cor Sutter and 

Montgomery 
Dwyer M. laborer, bds What Cheer House 
Dwyer Michael, laborer with J. W. Brittan, dwl 

N s Hunt bet Second and Third 
Dwyer Thomas, waiter Metropolitan Hotel 
Dye William, dwl 177 Dupont 
Dyeney Paid, carpenter, bds 89 Bush 

Dyer , carpenter, dwl 93 Bush 

Dyer Ann (widow) dwl 107 Jackson, up-stairs 
Dyer C. bds What Cheer House 
Dyer F. E. clerk, Cal. mer agency, 103 Wash 
Dyer Frank, clerk Herald, dwl 124 Dupont 
Dyer Henry, clerk with A. Roman, dwl S a 

Harrison bet Second and Third 
Dyer James, freight clerk, bds 22 Sansome 
Dyer J. F. paper-hanger, bds What Cheer House 
DYER JAMES P. (colored) soap manufactory, 

W s Mason nr Pacific, dwl S s John bet 

Powell and Mason 
Dyer Mary (widow) dwl with Henry R. Barker 
Dyer Richard drayman with Feusier & Son, dwl 

N s Post near Powell 
Dyer William, artist, bds with John W. Bones 
Dyer William C. cooper, W s Battery bet Green 

and Union, dwl Bartol near Broadway 
Dyer William D. photographic gallery, 166 Clay, 

dwl Green near Kearny 
Dykeman Owen, fireman, bds with J. Sparrow 
Dyson Robert, clerk with Elisha Cook 



Ead {George C.) <fe Grant {John) carpenters, W s 

Dupont bet California and Sacramento, dwl 

S s Stevenson bet Third and Fourth 
Fade William, mariner, bds with John C. Price 
Eades William, baker, S s Everett bet Third and 

Fourth 
Eadon William Henry, with Charles Morrill, bds 

with Mrs. S. Enscoe 
Eaers Charles D. grocer, dwl N s Lewis near 

Post and Jones 
Eagan Ann (widow) dwl SW cor First and Minna 
Eagan C. P. bds with Mrs. Martha Estill 
Eagan Edward, blacksmith, dwl N s Natoma bet 

Jane and Third 
Eagan James, brick mason Fort Point 
Eagan Patrick, laborer, dwl S s Bryant bet Second 

and Third 
Eagen J. laborer Bensley Water Works 
Eakins J. jeweler, dwl N s Broadway nr Kearny 
Eallhaus Frederick, dwl SW cor Lombard and 

Leavenworth 
Earns James, dwl N s Francisco nr Dupont 
Earl Enoch, bds with Mrs. E. A. Byrne 
Earl Talton B. carver with Wm. B. Gereau, dwl 

5 s Bryant bet First and Second 

Earle Halford, clerk, dwl with John B. Taylor 
Earle John II. steward, John L. Stephens, dwl 

W s Mason near Pacific 
Earls Eliza Mrs. dwl E s Bannan Place nr Green 
Earls James, bds with John Reirdon 
Eason W. G. Sec. M. T. Co. NE cor Clay and Bat 
Eastburn Cleanthes R. clerk with Smiley, Yerkes 

6 Voizin, dwl with T. L. Eastburn 
Eastburn Theodore L. clerk with Smiley, Yerkes 

& Voizin, dwl S s Market bet First and Second 
Eastemain E. compositor Echo du Pacirique 
Eastham Henry F. seaman, dwl N s Sdver bet 

Third and Fourth 
Eastham William F. drug clerk, dwl with H. F. 

Eastham 
EASTLAND JOSEPH G. Secretary S. F. Gas 

Companv, dwl SE cor Natoma and First 
EASTMAN C. H. coal, Oregon bet Battery and 

Front, dwl E s Taylor bet Clay and Sac 
Eastman Cyrus A. money broker, dwl W 8 

Hawthorne near Harrison 
Eastman Cyrus A. ship-master, dwl N s Ewer 

Place near Mason 
EASTMAN FRANK G. Franklin Printing Of- 
fice, 111 Washington, dwl NW cor Taylor 

and Riley 
Eastman {Harrison) & Loomis {Pascal) wood 

engravers, 151 Clay, dwl E s Taylor bet 

Clay and Sacramento 
Eastman Henry C. dwl with Joseph F. Angell 
Eastman John, malster with Thos. J. Andrews 
Eastman Thomas S. ( 0. F. Willey & Co.) dwl E s 

Taylor bet Sacramento and California 
Eastman Wm. Henry, carpenter, dwl with Ethan 

A. Sawyer 
EASTON A. I. steam laundry, Presidio Road nr 

Lagoon, resides San Mateo 
Easton A. S. civil engineer, 174 Clay 
Easton George, laborer, dwl with Thos. Young 



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Easton Brothers (James & John) cabinet-tinkers, 
51 Bush, dwl S 8 Mission bet Prico and 
Johnston 
Boston John ( Eastern Bros.) dwl 51 Bush 
Gaston Oliver W. miner, dwl 18 Clementina 
Eaton Richard (colored) laborer, did N s Val- 
lejo bet Montgomery and Sansome, rear 

Eaton Alexander (Pollard & Co.) dwl Mission 

nr Fourth 
Eaton Cornelius J. broker, dwl W s Fremont 

bet Folsom and Harrison 

Eaton Harry B. (Lynch & E.) dwl 191 Cal 
EATON I. F. flour and grain, agent Laurel 

Flour Mills, G4 Clay, dwl NW cor Pine and 

Jones 
Eaton I. Ward (J. L. Riddle & Co.) dwl NE cor 

Essex and Laurel Place 
Eaton Minnie L. Miss, private school, NW cor 

Second and Tehama, dwl with I. F. Eaton 
Eaton Lemuel P. broker, dwl NE corner Market 

and Mason 
Eaton Wm. L. refiner U. S. B. Mint, dwl S s 

Riley bet Taylor and Jones 
Eayrs Harrison P. painter, dwl N s Sacramento 

bet Taylor and Mason 
Ebbets Arthur M. wood and coal, N s Sac bet 

Front and Davis, dwl NW cor Jones and 

Washington 
Eberr Mme. E. (widow) dwl 138 Bush 
Ebinghouse Henry (Dryer & Co.) dwl NW cor 

Howard and First 
Eccarius Edw'd, porter with Hardio & Rutenberg 
Echter Francois, boot-leg crimper, dwl 224 Pa- 
cific, rear 
Eck Florent, cooper, SW cor Stockton and Bdy 
Eckel J. N. homeopathic physician, office 199 

Washington 
Eckenroth Joseph, wheelwright with Charles 

Steinweg, dwl Rassette Place bet Kearny 

and Dupont 
Ecker George 0. watchmaker with J. W. Tucker, 

dwl Armory Hall Building 
Ecker Louis, brewer, dwl with Henry Scherrer 
ECKFELDT (John M.) & GRAVES (Hiram T.) 

Dennis Wire- Works, 108 Clay, dwl S s Clay 

above Powell 
Eckhald M. porter, bds What Cheer House 
Eckhart M. carpenter, bds Benton House 
Eclip George, laborer, dwl Decatur near Bryant 
ECKMAX JULIUS REV. editor and proprietor 

Gleaner, office 133 Clay 
Eckstein Solomon, dwl S s Jackson nr Mason 
Eckstein Wm. clerk 'with Kline & Co. dwl S s 

Vallejo bet Stockton and Powell 
Eddington George, barkeeper, dwl with John 

Drenan 
Eddy Garrison, with Joseph E. Clark, dwl What 

Cheer House 
Eddy James F. salesman with R. B. Gray & Co. 

bds Hotel International 
Eder John (Reins & E.) dwl NE cor Chambers 

and Battery 
Edes Joseph, compositor Herald, dwl SE corner 

Montgomery and Broadway 
Edgar Thomas, laborer, dwl N s Chambers near 

Front 
Edgcomb E. with Overland Mail Co. dwl N s 

Post near Stockton 



Bgerly H. F. (Gould & E.) dwl 5 Clay 
Eagerly (A r . Bona) <fe Wickman ( Wm.) ship- 
chandlers, W s East bet Washington and 
Clementina 
Bdgerton Geo. W. carpenter, bds Seymour House 
BSdgerton John, porter with Ross. Dempster <fc 

Co. dwl Ss Vallejo bet Dupont and Stockton 

Edington George W. barkeeper with Driscoll & 

Stevens, dwl N s Sutter bet Montgomery 

and Kearny 
Edmonds Geo. H. professor of music, dwl N s 

Broadway near Stockton 
Edmonds J. (colored) steward, dwl S 8 Vallejo 

nr Powell 
Edmonds Robert, musician, dwl N s Broadway 

near Stockton 
Edmonston Brook B. carpenter, dwl S 8 Sutter 

near Jones 
Edonard ( Chaumel) & Manot (Julius) hat and 

cap manufacturers, 207 Dupont 
Edouart Alexander, artist, SE cor Montgomery 

and California 
EDWARDS A. L. & CO. wholesale and retail 

grocers, 81 Clay, dwl S s Bush bet Stockton 

and Powell. [See Supplement.] 
Edwards A. S. salesman with Crosby & Dibblee, 

dwl N s Green above Stockton 
Edwards Charles, bds with Mrs. Sophia Winehill 
Edwards Charles, laborer, bds Mission St House 
Edwards C. J. (Brake & Co.) dwl 303 Powell 
EDWARDS (Edward) & LYNCH (Michael) 

liquor, SW cor Davis and Broadway, dwl 

Harriet near Folsom 
Edwards Eliza Mrs. ladies' furnishing goods, NE 

cor Howard and Second 
Edwards Emily Mrs. Half- Way House saloon, N 

s Folsom between Wood and Thorne 
EDWARDS FRANK G. & CO. paper-hangings, 

192 Clay, dwl 321 Powell 
Edwards Henry, porter with Roberts, Morrison 

&Co. 
EDWARDS (H. F) & BALLEY (and Alexander 

Forbes) commission merchants, W s Front 

nr Vallejo, residence Hong Kong 
Edwards James, physician, dwl S s Everett bet 

Third and Fourth 
Edwards James, real estate agent, NE corner 

Montgomery and California 
Edwards Joseph C. clerk with Crosby & Dibblee, 

dwl S s Bush bet Stockton and Powell 
Edwards Lawrence B. General Wharfinger Asso- 
ciation, 134 Clay, dwl Ss Bush bet Stockton 

and Powell 
Edwards L. S. cooper with H. Gallagher & Co. 

dwl Washington bet Drumm and East 
Edwards Philander, blacksmith S. F. Woollen 

Factory, Black Point 
Edwards William P. commission merchant, NW 

cor Davis and Sacramento, dwl NE corner 

Howard and Second 
Edwin Sophie Miss, actress, Lyceum Theatre 
Ee Chai Tong (Chinese) drugs, 199 Sac 
Eells Allen M. dwl E s Fremont bet Folsom and 

Harrison 
Eells George N. drayman, dwl with A. M. Eells 
Eells John S. salesman R. S. Eells & Co. dwl 

with Allen M. Eells 
Eells Thomas S. clerk, dwl with A. M. Eells 



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EELLS RUFUS S. & CO. (Alex. M. W. Ball) 

imps carriages and materials, NW cor Front 

and Pine, dwl Fremont nr Folsom 
Effey William, watchmaker with 0. W. Kling, 

183 Clay 
Efford Xoah C. liqnor saloon, W s East bet Sac 

and Commercial 
Egan John, teacher St. Ignatius College, Market 

bet Fourth and Fifth 
Egan John, laborer, bds with Joseph Tyrrell 
Egan Michael, laborer, dwl E s Mary Lane near 

Sutter 
Egan Peter, Foundry Boarding House, 59 First 
Egan W. broker, 142 Front 
Egel Ludwig, confectioner, W s Third bet Te- 
hama and Howard 
Egen Edward, machine-smith with Geo. W. Cof- 
fee, dwl N s Natoma bet Second and Third 
Eger Adalbert, dwl X s Mission bet Second and 

Third 
Eger Albert, mcht, dwl Mission bet Second and 

Third 
EGER J. imp and dealer crockery and glass 

ware, SE cor San and Cal, dwl Mission bet 

Second and Third 
Eger John, waiter with J. H Cordier & Co. 129 

Commercial 
Egester John, carpenter, dwl Rassette Place near 

Sutter 
Egger John, blacksmith, dwl with Wm. Shields 
Eggera Ferdinand, groceries, 300 Dupont 
EGGERS (George H.) & CO. (Christian H. Voigt 

and Thomas Basse) wholesale grocers, 62 

Cal, dwl N s Folsom bet Simmons and Harris 
Eggers John C. barkeeper Independence Saloon, 

Folsom St. Wharf 
Eggert Ernest, baker Saulmann's Restaurant 
Eggert Herman (Pretzel & H.) dwl S s Bush bet 

Montgomery and Kearny 
Egles John, cook, bds 143 Mission 
Ehlars Charles, bds Western House, Stewart 
Ehlers William, grocers, SE cor Hinckley and 

Pinckney Place 
Ehman John, boiler-maker Union Foundry 
Ehmann George, Hamburg Bakery, cor Fourth 

and Mission 
Ehrenpfort Frederic, confectioner with M. Bern- 

heim, dwl cor Third and Sherwood Place 
Ehrenpfort William, upholsterer, 90 Mont, dwl 

Folsom nr Price 
Ehret John M. shoemaker, S s Sutter bet Kearny 

and Dupont 
Ehrhard George, shoemaker, W s Trinity bet 

Kearny and Montgomery 
Ehrhart David, shoemaker, 157 Kearny 
Ehrhorn Adolphus (Hellmann Bros. <ib Co.) dwl 

S s Ellis nr Stockton 
Ehrich C. bds St. Nicholas Hotel 
Ehrioha Dietrich, (Witchief & Co.) dwl SE cor 

Yallejo and Battery 
Ehrlich M. clothier, dwl W s Powell nr Green 
Ehrmann George, upholsterer, W s Third bet 

Market and Stevenson 
Ehrmann Yalentine, carpenter, bds 62 and 64 

Pacific 
Eichel C. workman with J. G. Clark & Co. 
Eidenmiller George, physician, NW cor Pacific 

and Dupont 



Eidlecamp Bernard, liquor saloon, W s Third bet 

Bryant and Harrison 
Eigelberger Cyrus S. carpenter, bds with Wm. C. 

McElvoy 
Eigenbrodt C. S. merchant, office 132 Sansome, 

residence Alvarado 
Einstein Abraham (Einstein Bros.) res Baltimore 
Einstein Myer (Einsteir Bros.) resides Baltimore 
Einstein N. bds What Cheer House 
EINSTEIN BROTHERS (Zadock, Abraham & 

Myer) imps boots and shoes, 61 Battery, dwl 

N s Geary nr Dupont 
Eisaga Florence, agent F. Martin, furnished rms, 

60 Sansome 
Eisen Augustus F. (Leonard & E.) dwl N s Fol- 

some bet First and Second 
EISEN FRANCIS T. Pioneer Flour Mills, S 3 

Market bet First and Ecker, dwl 147 Sac 
Eisen George, miller Pioneer Flour Mills, Market 
Eisenberg Isidore, draper and tailor, 154 Wash 
Eisenworth Stephania (widow) dwl with Isaac 

Bloomer 
Eisler H. S. saddler, 281 Dupont 
Eitel Charles, laborer with Hobbs, Gilmore & Co. 
Eitel Charles H. pilot, dwl S s Howard bet First 

and Second 
Eitel Henry, druggist, dwl S s Howard bet First 

and Second 
Ekelund Erick, silversmith, 212 Washington 
Ekhard Wm. porter with James Patrick & Co. 

bds What Cheer House 
Elders Charles, longshoreman, dwl Union House, 
ELAM (Robert H.) & HOWES (Edward K.) imps 

and jobbers wood and willow ware, 84 Clay, 

dwl N s Howard bet Third and Fourth 
Elbridge Albert S. warehouse, bds with J. W. 

Provost 
Elder Alexander, book-keeper with Gushee & 

Elder, dwl Yassar Place nr Harrison 
Elder William ( Gushee & E.) dwl Yassar Place 

nr Harrison 
Eldred Robert, laborer, dwl S s Jessie bet First 

and Anthony 
ELDREDGE ALBERT S. Empire Warehouse, 

W s Beale near Market, dwl cor Turk and 

Taylor 
Eldredge K. C. office 34 Front 
Eldridge Annie Mrs. actress, bds Plaza Hotel 
Eldridge Benjamin, acct, dwl with Fred Horswill 
Eldridge Edward, laborer, dwl N s Greenwich 

bet Montgomery and Sansome 
Eldridge J. Oscar (Be Bod: E.) member Board of 

Education, dwl 44 Minna 
Eldridge K. C. Merchant, dwl 212 Washington 
Eldridge Warren H. collection dept Wells, Fargo 

& Co. dwl with Charles H. Dexter 
Elger James, clerk, dwl S s Lewis, rear 
Eliaser Abraham, cigar manuf, 217 Kearny 
Elinck John, billiard table maker, bds Philadel- 
phia House 
Ellems George, with J. A. Smith 
Ellercamp Benjamin, folder, Chelsea Laundry 
Ellerhorst Christof, clerk with H. D. Ellerhorst, 

NE cor Jackson and Davis 
Ellerhorst H. D. grocer and produce commission 

merchant, NE cor Jackson and Davis 
Ellerhorst H. F. clerk, dwl N E cor Jackson and 

Davis 



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Ellert Maw A. Mrs. boarding, 5 and G Belden'a 

Block, Market 
EIIitv Epos, antiquarian book-store, 169 Wash* 

Ington, (hvl N s Folsom bet Third ft Fourth 
Ellen Win. II. miner, dwl N ■ Greenwich bet 

Montgomery and Sans e 

Blliaa M. awl with Mrs. E. T. Homer 

Elliok George, painter, dwl Lincoln one door W 

Taylor 
Ellie John, cook with Trapet & Rich it, dwl 112 

Seneome 
Elliot Qardner, oarpenter, dwl E s Quincy bet 

California and l'in.' 
Elliot Geo. Tf. lieut corps Engineers, Fort Point, 

office SI Montgomery Block, bdswith Sefiora 

B. Fernandez 
Elliot, .1. bds What Cheer House 
Elliot Simon G. civil engineer, dwl with Gardner 

Elliot 
Elliot Washington, with Bowen & Brother, dwl 

181 Mission 
Elliott Charles D. dwl 157 Bush 
Elliott Richard, imp hardware, 86 Battery, dwl 

222 Powell 
Elliott S. F. physician, rooms 7 and 9 Court Block 
Elliott Thomas, dwl Lombard nr Larkin 
Ellis Alfred J. farmer, office with E. W. Leonard 
ELLIS ANDREW D. jobber and manf clothing, 

94 California, dwl 22 Natoma 
Ellis Ardin, dwl NW cor Lombard and Leaven- 
worth 
Ellis David H. dwl 36 Union Hotel 
Ellis Edward, treasurer, 163 Washington 
Ellis Edward, milk ranch, SE Brannan st Bridge, 

Potrero 
Ellis Edward H. clerk with Wood, Eddy & Co. 

cor Montgomery and California 
Ellis George, calker, dwl E s Beale nr Folsom 
Ellis George, proptr Second Street Bakery, 22 

Second 
Ellis Henry H. policeman, dwl SE cor Union and 

Mason 
Ellis James, merchant, dwl 190 California 
Ellis John, carpenter, dwl S s O'Farrell near 

Stockton 
Ellis John S. under-sheriff, City Hall 
Ellis Joseph, dwl SE Brannan st Bridge 
Ellis Nathaniel B. clerk with Garwood & Am- 
brose, dwl 126 Dupont 
ELLIS MOSES & CO. imps merchandise, 54 

Front, dwl N s Folsom bet Second and Third 
Ellis Nathaniel, produce, dwl 126 Dupont 
Ellis Russell, real estate, dwl 11 Bay State Row 

Sansome bet Pine and Bush 
Ellis Stephen A. carpenter with Cyrus Kendall 
Ellis Thomas, bds with Edward Pierson 
Ellis Valentine, dwl Potrero, SE Brannan street 

Bridge 
Ellis ( William) & Hildebrand (Henry) grocers, 

NW cor Sutter and Kearny, dwl Broadway 

bet Kearny and Dupont 
Ellison Thomas, laborer, bds with Edward Pierson 
Ellison William, boatman, Yallejo wharf, dwl W 

8 Front bet Vallejo and Broadway 
Ellmaker, Frederick S. wood and coal, E 8 Sec- 
ond bet Market and Stevenson 
Ellseler Louis, with Frontier & Deviercy, dwl 

Kearny bet Bush and Pine 



Ellsworth Frank. S. F. City Directory office, 144 

Washington, dwl Milton Place, rear 134 Hush 
Ellsworth Henry Martyn, office with c. L Har- 
rington, 64 Clay, dwl Milton Place, rear 134 
Bush 

Ellsworth Henry Mason, hook -keeper with A. H. 

Houston, dwl South Park 
BLLSWOBTH TIMOTHY, lumber. SE cor Mar- 
ket and Stewart, dwl South Park 
Elston Samuel, butcher with John Gh Prior 
Elm John, machinist Union Foundry 
Elmore Abby C. Mrs. (widow) dwl S 8 Wash- 
ington bet Powell and Mason 
Elmi|iiist John, blacksmith, dwl S 8 Tehama bet 

Third and Fourth 
Eltenberg T. salesman, lids What Cheer House 
Elwell Bernard, laborer Sugar Refinery, bds with 

John S. McGowen 
Elwell Frank, tailor, 66 Montgomery 
Elwell Lott, roofing, dwl N s Clary bet Ritch and 

Fourth 
Ely Alexander, attorney-at-law, room 16 Wells' 

Building 
Ely Arthur, dwl 218 Sacramento 
Ely George, express wagon, dwl N s Valparaiso 

nr Mason 
Emanuel Isaac, broker, dwl S s Vallejo nr Powell 
Emanuel Jacob, clothing, bds Sansome St House 
Emanuel Louis, cabinet-maker, dwl SW cor Min- 
na and Third 
EMANUEL LEWIS, imp watches and clothing, 
111 Sacramento, bds Sansome Street House 
Emanuel Salvator, poultry, 14 New World Mkt 
Embury James W. insurance, rooms 195 Cal 
Embree T. V. B. student, bds Niantic Hotel 
Emeric Joseph, office 148 Montgomery, res San 

Pablo, Contra Costa Co. 
EMERSON GEORGE T. bookbinder, 70 Mer- 
chant, dwl 53 Montgomery 
Emerson John A. clerk with Leverett Swan, 

dwl S 8 Jessie bet Second and Third 
Emerson William, barkeeper with Rich & Hil- 

dreth, dwl Kearny nr Broadway 
Emery Israel M. drayman, dwl S s Tehama bet 

Third and Fourth 
Emery J. S. laborer S. F. Woolen Factory, Black 

Point 
Emery Robert, clerk with Saml. Adams, NE cor 

Dupont and Clay 
Emery Thomas, calker, bds Isthmus House, First 
Emery W r yatt, mason, dwl N s Clay bet Stock- 
ton and Powell 
Emich Charles V. tinsmith with E. Hagthrop, 

dwl 40 Bush 
Emiel H. tailor, bds Meyer's Hotel 
Emill William, laborer, 251 Dupont 
Emils Christin, tailor, 198 California 
Emmet A. laborer, dwl 64 Montgomery 
EMMET C. TEMPLE, attorney-at-law, NW cor 
Commercial and Montgomery, dwl SE cor 
Powell and Merchant 
Emmet Temple, clerk, dwl 248 Clay 
Emery M. bds Benton House 
Emory Augustus, tailor, S s Jackson nr Kearny 
Engel Philip, fruit-dealer with Chas. Schumacher 
Engelhard Caspar, boot and shoes, 288 Dupont 
Engelberg (Emil A.) & Siebrecht ( William) Ger- 
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EXGELBRECHT (Herman) & MAYRISCH 

BROTHERS (Adolph & Gustav) manuf 

cigars and dealers tobacco, 38 Commercial. 

dwl i Trainer's Row 
Engelbrecht Louis, at Gold Refinery, cor Brannan 

and Harris 
Engelhart Benjamin, captain schooner Dart, dwl 

E s Main nr Folsom 
Engelke Lewis A. waiter California Restaurant, 

dwl cor Clay and Taylor 
Engelky Henry, waiter, dwl S s Post bet Dupont 

and Stockton 
Engalman John, baker, dwl American Hotel 
Engels Charles H. clerk with H. A. Engels 
Engels Francz. tailor with Joseph Lorber, dwl 

106 Merchant 
Engels Henry A. stoves and tinware, NW cor 

Mission and Second 
Engert Alex. F. C. salesman with "Wegener & 

Shoenbar. dwl 135 Montgomery 
England Thomas, architect, 140 Clay, dwl Pacific 

nr Powell 
Englander Aaron, bakery, W s Second between 

Mission and Minna 
Englander Leopold, policeman, dwl E s Jane bet 

Minna and Xatoma 
Englander Max. drayman with A. B. Rosenbaum 

& Co. dwl S s Xatoma bet Jane and Third 
Engleberry E. restaurant. W s Mont nr Bdwy 
Engler Frank, barkeeper Washington House 
English Clarence, baker, dwl E s Front nr Bat 
English Edward, bricklayer, bds Brooks' House 
English James TV. liquors (Victoria, Y. I.) dwl 

N s Howard bet Jane and Second 
English (Jerome A.) & Lathrop (John J.) black- 
smiths. 51 Sansome, dwl corner Stevenson 

and Fourth 
English Joseph, grainer with John W. Denny, 

dwl S s Ecker bet Third and Fourth 
English Michael, grainer with John W. Denny, 

dwl S s Ecker bet Third and Fourth 
English William D. clerk with Treadwell & Co. 

dwl with S. L. Palmer 
Enneu B. (Ennen & Brother) dwl SE cor Kearny 

and Jackson 
Ennen ( WiUiam) & Brother (B. Ennen) groceries 

and liquors, SE cor Kearny and Jackson 
Ennis George, clerk, bds What Cheer House 
Ennis George W. salesman with Frank Baker, 

dwl 49 St. Marks Place 
Ennis Robert, laborer with Capt. Charles Welsh, 

S s Chestnut bet Jones and Leavenworth 
Ennis Wm. baker American Bakery. 223 Pacific 
Enos Abraham, bricklayer, dwl 49 Bush 
Enos George, waterman, dwl 33 Jessie between 

Third and Annie 
Enright Daniel, laborer, dwl Sonoma nr Yallejo 
Ensbury George, bds with Wm. Cummings 
Enscoe John, physician, dwl X s Bush nr Mont 
Enscoe Sarah Mrs. boarding, dwl N s Bush near 

Montgomery 
ENSIGN GEORGE H. secretary Spring Yalley 

Water Works Co. office NW corner Mont- 
gomery and Merchant, bds Oriental Hotel 
Entwistlc Henry, finisher S. F. Woolen Factory, 

Black Point 
Enwright John, retortman S. F. Gas Co. dwl N s 

Minna bet Third and Fourth 



Enwright Daniel, driver with Flinn & Pease 
Ephraim Alex. B. dwl S s St. Marks Place bet 

Dupont and Stockton 
Ephraim Julius, clothing. 67 Pacific 
Eppinger (Isaac) & Co. (Henry AhpeT) importers 

cigars and tobacco, SW cor Front and Clay, 

res New York 
Epting John, paper-hanger, dwl SW corner Pine 

and Kearny 
Erb Emanuel, tailor, dwl S s Broadway near 

Stockton, rear 
Erba Gaspar, painter, 8 Montgomery 
Erl>a W. bds Helvetia Hotel 
Erkens Wm. (Lekens & Co.) dwl NW cor Broad- 
way and Kearny 
Ermini Henry, waiter. 126 Washington 
Ernandez Santuz Mme. Luning Alley, N 8 

Yallejo nr Stockton 
Ernst Hermann, hides, etc. storeship Callao, SE 

cor Beale and Mission, dwl N s Brannan bet 

Second and Third 
Ernst Peter, shoemaker, 160 Battery 
Erskine John, laundry, N s Mission bet Spear 

and Stewart 
Ervin Henry J. oil-bleacher, dwl Steamboat 

Point nr Third 
Erzgraber ( Wm.) & Goetjen (Xicholas) Union 

Pickle, Cider and Yinegar Manufactory, N W 

cor Sacramento and Davis 
Esberg M. cigars, 75 Kearny 
Escache Fransois, butcher, NE corner Pine and 

Dupont 
Escaich J. cutler with Ortet Brothers, dwl NW 

cor Commercial and Leidesdorff 
Esche Otto, importer and commission merchant, 

office 159 Jackson 
Escott Lucy Mrs. artist Maguire's Opera House, 

bds Hotel International 
Essler Florinda Mrs. dwl SW corner Pine and 

Kearny 
Este W. M. dwl 60 Sansome 
Estica Mariano, restaurant, N s Pacific bet 

Dupont and Kearny 
Estill James R. clerk with C. K. Garrison & Co. 

dwl XW cor Third and Tehama 
Estill Martha (widow) dwl XW cor Third and 

Tehama 
Esper Carl, dwl SE cor Union and Lafayette 
Esper Jules, paper-hanger and painter, X s 

Pacific nr Dupont 
Etieme Tannierre, boarding, 199 Montgomery 
Etienne Yidal, porter with J. Saulnier i Co. 
Etique Jean P. blacksmith, dwl S s Folsom bet 

First and Fremont 
Etrene Juliette, washing, 224 Pacific, rear 
Ettinger Moritz, fringe-maker with D. Xorcross, 

dwl W s Dupont bet Geary and O'Earrell 
Ettique Peter, blacksmith with Kittredge & 

Fraser. dwl Folsom bet First and Second 
Ettling Henry, clerk with Ashim & Brother, dwl 

BW cor Lombard and Mason 
Euce Wm. dwl S s Everett bet Third and Fourth 
Euler Henry, cabinet-maker, dwl E s Yansen nr 

Lombard 
Euler Julius ( Kreyenhagen, Kruse & Co.) dwl 49 

and 51 Front 
EUREKA TYPOGRAPHICAL UNION, rooms 

127 Montgomery 



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Kustis Ellen Mrs. (widow) dwl Ns Minna bet 

Tliinl and Fourth 
Brans Francis, blacksmith, dwl Crescent Engine 

House. Paciflo 
Kvans George K. copporsmith, dwl Es Wetmore 

Place bel »'lav and Washington 
Evans George T. pianist, dwl X K cor Bush and 

Montgomery 
Kvans John, Spring Valley House, Presidio Road 
Evans P. J. carpenter, W ■ Beak bet Market 

ami Mission 
Evans Rebecca, domestic with G. If. Garwood 
EVAN'S 1!. M. surveyor, 5!l Montgomery Block 
Kvans William, blacksmith Miners' Koundry, dwl 

N s Perry bet Second and Third 
Evans William (Mills & E.)d\vl N s Mission bet 

Annie and Second 
Evatt Daniel J. locksmith and bell hanger, 75 

Bush, dwl N s Stevenson bet First and 

Second 
Kvati Ellen (widow) dwl N s Stevenson bet 

■nd and Kcker 
Evatt Francis B. doorkeeper Melodeon, dwl with 

Mrs. Ellen Evatt 
Evatt John W. policeman, dwl with Mrs. Ellen 

Evatt 
Eveleth Dwight, porter with Fargo & Co. dwl 

150 Broadway 
Everard Christopher, Champion Saloon. Pier 5 

Stewart 
Everding S. & Co. (R. B. Lovejoy) com. mchts, 

and agents Pioneer Starch Manufactory, 50 

Clay, res Oakland 
Everett Joseph W. Clerk 3d Township 125 Cali- 
fornia, dwl with Holmes Finigan 
Everett M. V. B. tinsmith with G. & W. Snook, 

bds What Cheer House 
Everett P. L. merchant, bds Union Club Rooms 
Evers Charles D. porter with Abrams & Bro. dwl 

cor Sutter and Taylor 
Evers Frederick, clerk, dwl 85 Kearny 
Evers Hermann C. groceries and liquors, SE cor 

Vallejo and Montgomery 
Everson (James) & Rolinson (Joseph) boat buil- 
ders, S s Merchant bet Drumm and East 
Everson William (colored) steward, dwl Math 

John Bailey 
Everts Lucian, attorney-at-law, 127 Montgomery 
Everard James, policeman City Hall, dwl 117 

Broadway 
Ewald Antoine, Express Saloon NE cor Mont 

and California, dwl 193 Pacific 
Ewald Edward ( Ciprico & E.) dwl N s McLaren 

Lane bet Mission and Howard 
Ewald John, chiropodist with E. & H. Stahle, 

dwl S s Bdwy bet Mont and Kearnv 
Ewell P. D. F. (Lockwood, E. & Co.) dwl S s 

Union nr Mason 
Ewer F. C. Rev. pastor Grace Church, dwl S s 

California nr Stockton 
Ewing Andrew, clerk with B. Davidson, dwl N s 

Erancisco nr Stockton 
Ewing Calvin, harness-maker with John Murphy 
Ever Thomas, cook Niantic Hotel 
Ezekiel Jacob, Deputy Clerk, City Recorder's 
• Y Office dwl Auburn bet Jackson and Pacific 



Faass William, bds with Francis Kiinp 
Faluns (F. A.) & Tracy (Frederick ]'.) attys-at- 

law, 24, 26 and 26 Montgomery Block, dwl 

234 Washington J 
Fabre Edward, broker, dwl 212 Washington 
Fabre Jules <fe Co. (Hyppolyte Marliere) poultry, 

S 8 Jackson bet Montgomery and Kearny 
Fagan Catherine, domestic with A. J. Turner 
Pagan John, teamster, bds with J. McDevitt 
Pagan John, milkman, dwl E s Jones bet Turk 

and Tyler 
Fagan Mary (widow) liquor saloon, S s Market 

bet First and Second 
Fagan Michael, painter, bds with Mrs. Margaret 

Cassey 
Fagan Michael (Skelly & Co.) dwl S s Jessie bet 

Second and Third 
Fahrbach Christian P. groceries and liquors, SE 

cor Montgomery and Pacific 
Fahrbach George, musician, dwl NW cor Bdwy 

and Kearny 
Fahren William, groceries and liquors, NW cor 

Ritch and Clary 
Fahy John, miner, dwl N s Vallejo nr Powell 
Eairchild (Ezra G.) & Cook (William) milkmen, 

dwl S s Lewis bet Jones and Taylor 
Fairchild H. C. drayman, bds What Cheer House 
Fairchild Hiram, compositor Herald 
Fairchild John W. scenic artist, Maguire's Opera 

House 
Fairfield John, dwl NW cor Bdwy and Kearny 
Fairfield B. L. refiner U. S. B. Mint, bds Frank- 
lin House 
Fair Haven Oil Works, E s First bet Folsom and 

Howard, F. P. McMahon & Co. proprietors, 

office 80 Front 
Fairman Wm. B. captain Watch, Custom House, 

dwl NE cor Sacramento and Liedesdorflf 
Faisandieu Emile, collector, 301 Dupont 
Faisandieu Louis, collector, dwl 301 Dupont, rear 
Falan Joanna Mrs. dwl N s Green nr Stockton 
Falan Thomas, drayman, dwl Fourth bet Market 

and Mission 
Falco Alexander, watchcase maker with P. A. 

Giannini, 174 Clay 
Falcy Jacques, blacksmith, S s Sutter bet Kearny 

and Montgomery 
Fales Edward, agricultural implements, 98 Davis, 

dwl cor Stockton and Market 
Falk Adolph, accountant, 182 Kearny, bds with 

Henry Myers 
Falk Lewin, clerk, 274 Stockton 
Falk Solomon, merchant, dwl SE cor First and 

Tehama Place 
Falkenburg Nelson, captain steamer Oakland, 

res San Antonio 
FALKEXSTEIX (Henry) & CO. (M. MeyerfieU) 

jobbers cigars and tobacco, SE cor Com- 
mercial and Battery, dwl 39 Montgomery 
FALKNER, (Evelyn R.) BELL (James) & CO. 

(H. D. Harrison) commission mchts and 

insurance agents, 128 California, warehouse 

X' W cor Union and Battery 
Fallon Christopher, Fountain Bakery, N s Pacific 

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Fallon Jane (widow) boarding, S s Stevenson bet 

Second and Ecker 
Fallon M. Maguire's Opera House 
Fanas Heyman, tailor, 164 Battery 
Fancher Gilbert, dwl N s Folsoni bet "Wood and 

Brown 
Fanning Edward, laborer, dwl S s Lombard nr 

Kearny 
Faranburg Joseph, shoemaker, N s Market nr 

Sansome 
Fardon George R. photographer, 203 Clay 
Farbach, Geo. musician, bds NW cor Broadway 

and Kearny 
FARGO (Calvin F.) & GO. (J. C. Wilmerding and 

C. W. Kellogg) importers and jobbers wines 

and liquors, 50 and 52 Front, dwl NW cor 

Kearny and Post 
FARGO FRANK F. Sec'y S. F. Bay Agricultu- 
ral Society, office Armory HalL res Oakland 
Farish A. T. merchant, dwl N s Folsom bet Third 

and Fourth 
Farless Thomas A. with W. T. Coleman & Co. 

dwl SE cor Commercial and Sansome 
Farley Frank, saloon, old San Jose road nr Mis- 
sion Dolores 
Farley Hugh, dwl with Thomas Farley 
Farley James, clerk with G. S. Dana, dwl Lagoon 
Farley James, laborer, bds with Richard Coogan 
Farley John, boarding, 182 Pacific 
Farley Patrick, laborer, dwl S s Filbert bet Mont 

and Sansome 
Farley Thos. laborer, dwl Chestnut nr Larkin 
Farley (Wm.) & Welling (C harks) saloon, NE 

cor Pacific & Kearny 
Farmer Edward, stevedore, bds Columbia House 
Farmer John, laborer, dwl N s Natoma bet Jane 

and Third 
Farmer Richard B. pressman Alta California, dwl 

W s Stockton nr Greenwich 
Farmer Thomas, millwright, dwl S s Natoma bet 

Jane and Second 
Farmer Thomas, silversmith, dwl 37 Clay 
Farnsworth David, waterman, rms 1 Central PI 
Farnsworth E. Seymour, captain stmp Washing- 
ton, dwl with S. M. Keller 
Farnsworth Frank, box-maker with Hobbs, Gil- 
more & Co. dwl with George M. Woods 
Farnsworth Isaac L. box-maker with Hobbs, 

Gilmore & Co. 
Farnsworth J. paper-hanger, bds Benton House 
Farnsworth J. B. bds What Cheer House 
Farnsworth John D. seaman, dwl E s Fremont 

nr Bryant 
Farnum Jonathan B. engineer Davis' Distillery, 

Mission Creek nr Brannan 
Farr (Alonzo) & Pearson ( William S.) Terminus 

House, Steamboat Point foot Third, dwl 

W s King nr Third 
Farrall William, steward, Seymour House 
Farralones Egg Co. office 88 Davis 
Farran Charles J. with E. H. Parker, dwl S s 

Howard bet First and Second 
Farran Robert, organ-builder, dwl S s Bush nr 

Jones 
Farran Samuel M. with City and Co. Surveyor, 

City Hall, dwl Howard nr First 
Farrar Albert F. sawyer with Hobbs, Gilmore 

&Co. 



Farrar Edward, physician, 4 Brenham Place 
Farrar John, cattle-dealer, bds Seymour House 
Farrell Catharine Mrs. dwl Scotland nr Green- 
wich 
Farrell Edward, shoemaker, dwl N s Alta bet 

Montgomery and Sansome 
Farrell Frank M. printer with S. H. Wade, dwl 

151 Clay 
Farrell Jas. laborer, dwl N s Filbert nr Powell 
Farrell James, hostler with Brown & Dennis 
Farrell James, porter with George C. Johnson & 

Co. dwl S s Clay nr Jones 
Farrell John, dwl N s Post nr Mason 
Farrell John D. deck-hand, dwl with J. M. 

Donlon 
Farrell John J. Mechanics' Hotel, Ss Market bet 

First and Second 
Farrell Mark, dwl 1 2 Natoma 
Farrell May, domestic with John C. Bell 
Farrell Michael, clerk, dwl 12 Natoma 
Farrell Michael, dwl SW cor Jones and Geary 
Farrell Michael, porter, dwl 12 Natoma 
Farrell Patrick, workman with Patrick Com- 

merford 
Farrell Peter (colored) bootblack, 79 Merchant 
Farrell Peter A. Sarsfield House, N s Pacific nr 

Montgomery 
Farrell Samuel, cook Lovejoy's Hotel 
Farrell Simon, laborer, dwl S s Mission op Annie 
Farrell Thomas, bricklayer, dwl 96 Duponi 
Farrell William B. cooper, dwl N s Harrison bet 

Third and Fourth 
Farrelly John, with John Sullivan, SW cor Du- 

pont and Pacific, dwls with John Sullivan 
Farren John W: ( Gallagher & F.) dwl SW cor 

Howard and Second 
Farren Owen, laborer with D. McLennan 
Farren Thomas, laborer, bds with J. McDevitt 
Farrier M. carpenter, bds Benton House 
Farrington Charles L. cashier with H. Harris & 

Co. dwl 109 Sacramento 
Farrow W. B. bds What Cheer House 
Fartz Jacob, waiter Columbia House, Stewart 
Farwell George, express wagon with Cumming 

& Merrill, dwl W s Union nr Dupont 
FARWELL J. D. ship-chandler, 79 Clay, resi- 
dence Alameda 
Farwell Oel, briekmaker with Porter Webster 
Farwell Willard B. editor Alta California, bds 

with Samuel D. Jones 
Farwell Wm. II. book-keeper with J. D. Far- 
well, dwl NW cor First and Folsom 
Fass Henry, farmer, cor Perry and Turk 
Fassett N. C. (Hale & Fassett, Pacheco) office 92 

Front, dwl 209 Clay 
Faucht Conrad, tinsmith, dwl with Chas. Brown 
Faucon Louis, coppersmith, 242 Jackson, rear 
Faulhaber Francis (John Smith & Co.) dwl cor 

Clay and Mason 
Faulkner George H. book-keeper with George J. 

Brooks & Co. dwl 153 Dupont 
Faulkner George L. ( William Faulkner & Son) 

dwl N s Ellis nr Stockton 
Faulkner James, pilot steamer Cornelia, dwl N s 

Green bet Kearny and Montgomery 
Faulkner John (Boss, Dempster & Co.) res N.York 
Faulkner Joseph M. miner, dwl E s Prospect 

Place bet Sacramento and California 



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Faulkner Patrick, liquors, dwl Es Ritchbet Fol- 

soin and Harrison 
Faulkner B. F. ( Eoppt & F.) dwl E s Ritch bet 

Folsom and I larrison 
FAULKNER WILLIAM ft BON {George L. 

Faulkner) agentaN. F. Rre Ins. Co. ami 

('(.iincr A- Sun. X. Y. 132 Sausome, dwl Ns 

Ellia in- Stockton 
Faures (F. 0.) & Reynolds (William) Custom 

J louse broken, in Washington, dwl S s 

Lombard or Stockton 
Favre Jean, cook, dwl 251 Dupont 
Favre {Remain) Pionneau (Pierre) & Co. (Eu- 
gene Drssorl) imiiortcrs wines and liquors, 

174 Montgomery 
Faxon Win. F. musician, dwl with Charles A. 

Hunt 
FAT (Caleb T.) HILL ( Thomas) & CO. (Joseph 

P. Nourse) commission merchants, 55 Front, 

resides Boston 
Fay David. Boap nianufacturer, dwl 144 Wash 
Fay Edward, engineer P. M. steamship Golden 
h\ X\V cor Sacramento and Leidesdorff 
Fay Harriett 11. Miss, teacher, NW cor Pine and 

Quincy, dwl S s Sacramento bet Powell and 

Stockton 
Fay James, laborer Tubbs & Co. rope-walk, Po- 

trero 
FAY JOHN, manufacturer soap, N s Chestnut 

bet Mason and Taylor, dwl NE cor Green- 
wich and Yansen 
Fay M. Mrs. washing, 3 Belden's Block 
Fay Michael, waiter with Bryan & Blumenthal, 

dwl 127 Clay 
Fay Patrick, shoemaker, dwl Vallejo PI nr Stock 
Fay Thomas, steward with Bryan & Blumenthal, 

dwl 127 Clay 
Fay Win. M. clerk with Joseph Wolfson, dwl 

118 Sacramento 
Fayard (John B. ) & Constant (Hubert) barbers 

and hair-dressers, 145 Montgomery 
Faye W. M. clerk, bds What Cheer House 
Fayeu Herman, waiter with C. H. Brickwedel 
Fealy Dennis \V. butcher Golden Gate Market, 

dwl SE cor Clark and Davis 
Feaster John J. contractor, 67 Pine 
Feathly Henry, butcher, dwl S s Pac nr Mason 
Featherly Jacob, clerk with Wm. Kennedy, dwl 

S s Pacific bet Mason and Auburn 
Fee David F. blacksmith, dwl 260 Kearny 
Fee George, cook Clinton Temperance House 
Feehan John, groceries and liquors, and hay 

and grain, NW cor First and Natoma 
Feehan William, packer with L. Krambach, dwl 

NW cor First and Natoma 
Feely Thomas, molder, bds Seymour House 
Feeny James, dwl 221 Pacific 
Feeny John, dwl Broadway W Larkin 
Feeny Patrick, butcher, dwl Broadway W Larkin 
Feeny William. Feeny's Saloon, NE cor Wash- 
ington and Dupont 
Feepinger Nicholas, shoemaker, 68 Front 
Fegan John, dwl SW cor Dupont and Pacific 
Feger A. brewer, bds with Jacob Gundlach 
Feiber J. peddler, bds 62 and 64 Pacific 
Feigt Conrad, tinsmith, bds Philadelphia House 
Fein J. teacher, dwl with Louis Bishop 
Feite Henry, bds What Cheer House 



Fix John, milter U. S. Branch Mint 

Feldbaoh John, carpenter, dwl S s Jessie bet 

First and Fcker 
Feldbusb John, groceries and liquors, NW cor 

Stockton and JacJ 
Feldheim Samuel, boot-maker, 150 California 
Feldmann (Louis) k Go. (Charles limidlwff) 

groceries, NB COT Calhoun and 0x080, and 

saloon SE cor Drumm and Pacific 
Felker Christian, cook Franklin Hotel 
Felker L. M. dwl > S F cor Greenwich and Mason 
Fell Edward (Co/ran & F.) dwl SE cor Leides- 

dorfl' and Halleck 
Fell William book-keeper S. F. Woolen Factory, 

dwl W s Mason bet Clay and Washington 
Fella Plaridus, books and stationery, 62 Kearny, 

dwl S s Geary bet Dupont and Kearny 
Fellows David A. milk-ranch, Presidio Road op 

Presidio House 
Fellows George W. milk-ranch, N s Presidio 

Road near Presidio House 
Fellows Lucy Mrs. dwl 3 St. Marys 
Felt I. W. clerk with Haynes & Lawton, bds 

Niantic Hotel 
Felton John B. ( Whitcombe, Pr ingle & F.) dwl 

with Edward J. Pringle 
Fembach Joseph, shoemaker, S s Bush nr San- 
some, dwl E s Sansome bet Bush and Mkt 
Fenderich Charles, artist, dwl 174 Dupont 
Feuu Frederick C. M. card engraver, and fancy 

goods, 35 Montgomery 
Fenn Thomas, contractor, bds 92 Pacific 
Fennell Michael, contractor, dwl W s First 

Avenue bet Center and Sparks 
FENXER CHAXXiXG G. attorney-at-law, 140 

Clay, dwl 5 Armory Hall Building 
Fenner William, carpenter, dwl 173 Jackson 
Fennes J. carpenter, dwl 83 Bush 
Fenton Edward, machinist with E. T. Steen, bds 

St. Charles Hotel 
Fenton John J. drayman, dwl cor Hyde and 

Washington 
Fenton Samuel, molder, Union Foundry, dwl 

XW cor Sutter and Montgomery 
Ferara Angelo, hatter with Fisher & Co. dwl 

SW cor Broadway and Dupont 
Ferdinand T. laborer, dwl Crescent Engine 

House, Pacific 
Feret Ferdinand, professor music, 101 Dupont 
FERGUSON CLEMENT, Deputy City and Coun- 
ty Tax Collector, City Hall, dwl with J. A. 

Gauley 
Ferguson David, drayman with J. Y. Hallock & 

Co. dwl N s Washington bet Jones and 

Leavenworth 
Ferguson David, clerk dept. U. S. A. dwl with 

S. D. King 
Ferguson Elmore T. special policeman 
Ferguson George A. carpenter, dwl Mission 

Dolores near Center 
FERGUSON GEORGE N. & CO. (Frederick 

Collier) Tattersall Stables, SE corner Sacra- 
mento and Kearny 
Ferguson Henry, plasterer, dwl W s Brooks bet 

Market and Gearv 
FERGUSON JOHN, acting special Mail agent, 

office Post Office, dwl N s Mission between 

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Ferguson John, bds Metropolitan Hotel 
Ferguson Mary (widow) dwl W s Midway near 

Francisco 
Ferguson Samuel, carpenter, bds Pacific Exch 
Ferguson Thomas, ship-carpenter, dwl 12 Natoma 
Ferguson William, saloon, 122 Jaekson 
Ferguson Yates, commission merchant, 115 Bat- 
tery. 1 >< Is lintel International 
Fernald David L. blacksmith, 43 Pine, dwl Sac- 
ramento near Leavenworth 
Fernald Elizabeth P. Miss, principal Rincon 

Primary School No. 2, NE cor Third and 

Harrison, bds with W. R. Doty 
Fernald John, carpenter, 106 Jackson 
Fernald Joseph S. clerk with R. D. W. Davis & 

Co. dwl cor Sacramento and Leavenworth 
Fernandez Senora B. dwl SW corner Pine and 

Central Place 
Fernandez Philip, laborer, dwl Duncan Alley 
Fernandez Robert (colored) cook with Ellen Har- 

riss, dwl SE cor Sansome and Commercial 
Fernando John, seaman, dwl with John Fullerton 
Ferrenbaeh Henry, watchmaker and jeweler, 260 

Dupont, dwl N s Vallejo bet Dupont and 

Kearny 
Ferrer Albert, carpenter, bds Columbia Hotel 
Ferrer Manuel Y. guitarist, dwl 128 Broadway 

near Stockton 
Ferrey Abraham, tailor, dwl SW cor St. Marys 

and California 
Ferrer John, carpenter, dwl with Peter J. Barber 
Ferris David, stevedore, dwl with Wm. Robinson 
Ferris David C. book-keeper, 107 Sacramento, 

dwl with M. S. Martin 
Ferris Ellen Miss, ironer Chelsea Laundry 
Ferris John, laborer Bensley Water Works 
Ferris John A. political economist, cor Clementina 

and Second 
Ferris Madtens, boot-fitter with John G. Hein 
Ferris T. C. boot-leg maker, 186 Mont, dwl 108 

Sacramento 
Ferris Thaddeus C. boot-leg maker, 186 Mont- 
gomery, dwl Knickerbocker Engine House 
Ferris Timothy, boot-fitter with John G. Hein, 

dwl Knickerbocker Engine House 
Feuerstein Rudolph (Loning & F) dwl E s 

Hawthorne bet Folsom and Harrison 
Feusier Edward D. (Feusier & Son) dwl NW cor 

Broadway and Kearny 
Feusier (Henry) & Son (Edward D. Feusier) flour 

and grain, 42 Clay, dwl NW cor Broadway 

and Kearny 
Fick Joseph (Lannay & F.) 139 Jackson 
Fickan (John) & Luersen (Ludiuig) groceries, 

W s Clara near Sutter 
Field Charles, foreman with A. Brooks SW cor 

Mission and Fremont 
Field E. X. Arcade clothing, 113 Washington, 

dwl 22 Stevenson 
Field Hampton E. Empire State Restaurant, 144 

Clay, dwl W s Calhoun bet Green and Union 
Field Henry, (colored) whitewashes 149 Clay 
Field Oscar, dwl with Jacob Hoeberlein 
Field S. C. tobacconist, dwl SW cor Harris and 

Bryant 
Field Timothy, umbrella-mender, 253 Wash 
Field William, morocco-dresser, W s Simmons 

near Brannan 

9 



Field William A. (Hinckley & Co.) dwl Natoma 

bet Second and Third 
Fields John, boatman, dwl SW cor Green and 

Sansome 
Fieman T. laborer with Geo. W. Blasdell 
Fiennemann Beuard, clerk, Vallejo bet Hyde and 

Larkin 
Fiennemann M. Mrs. groceries, Vallejo bet Hyde 

and Larkin 
Fiex John, dwl S s Greenwich nr Taylor 
Fitield Albert B. & W. J. milkmen, Broadway W 

Larkin 
Fifield W. J. (Albert B. and W. J. F) dwl Broad- 
way W Larkin 
Fige Alexander, clothing, 215 Kearny 
Figuroa Mariano, saloon. 240 Jackson 
Filaud Patrick, waiter What Cheer House 
Filbert William, dwl N s Vallejo bet Sansome 

and Battery 
Filco John, wheelwright with C. Mangeot, dwl 

Old Mission Road 
File John, cooper with A. Murdock 
Filety Anna, domestic with F. M. Browning 
Filley Charles, pressman with J. A. T. Overend, 

SW cor Clay anil Sansome 
Fillihy S. laborer with Geo. W. Blasdell 
Fillmore Thomas M. (colored) violinist, dwelling 

Scott nr Pacific 
Filly G. teamster with George W. Blasdell 
Finan Bartholomew, shoemaker, dwl E s Stock- 
ton near Green 
Finance (Alexander) & Storck (Jacob) restaurant, 

211 Dupont 
Finberg Abraham, jeweler, 217 Kearny 
Finch Duncan B. clerk, dwl S s Harrison bet 

Beale and Main 
Finch Henry G. bds Brooks House 
Finch Horatio G. clerk U. S. Q. M. Office, dwl 

276 Powell 
Finch John, hackman, dwl with Mrs. Mary 

Thompson 
Finch 0. dwl 112 Bush 

Finch Wm. G. (George & F.) dwl 131 Dupont 
Finch Wm. H. salesman with Holcombe Broth- 
ers, dwl 280 Stockton 
Finck Charles, baker, dwl 75 Commercial 
Finder Adolph, merchant, dwl 147 Sacramento 
Finder Julius, clerk, 147 Sacramento, bds What 

Cheer House 
Findley Arthur, steward with George Mitchell 
Finegan Catharine, domestic with D. Jennings 
Finegan David, miner, dwl SE cor Jones and 

Pine 
Finegan Peter A. teamster, dwl W s Prospect 

Place near Clay 
Finigan Holmes, physician, 185 Kearny, dwl 375 

Stockton 
Finigan James, hackman, dwl 45 Kearny 
Fink James L. clerk with Davis & Bowers, dwl 

14!) Washington 
Fink John, driver with L. N. Shaw 
Fink Julius (Browning & F.) dwl 198 Kearny 
Fink Lewis, baker American Bakery, 223 Pacific 
Fink Terrice (widow) dwl 4 Berry 
Fink Wm. bds 62 and 64 Pacific 
Finkenstead Henry, porter with Verplanck & 

McMullin 
Finker Henry, paper-hanger, dwl 8 Brenham PI 



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Finlcv Francis, butcher with L. Breisacher 
Finlcv 1 1 : 1 1 1 1 i 1 ton, plasterer, bds with II. Sutton 

Finlcv Richard, cattle dealer, dwl X i Brannan 

bet Second and Third 
Finlcv Thomai K. clerk with F. F. Von der Me- 

deli 

Finlcy William, plumber with John Hudson 
Finn D. Augustus, printer with J. B. Fainter, dwl 

Valleju nr Montgomery 
Finn David, dwl N s Vallcjo bet Montgomery 

and Sansome 
Finn Jeremiah, drayman Pacific Foundry, dwl 

s a Bryant near Third 

Finn Patrick, retoitman S. V. Has Co. 
Finn Patrick, laborer, dwl rear Geo. II. Ramsay 
Finn Win. .1. harness-maker with Win. If. Bax- 
ter, dwl S s Sutter bet Dupont and Kearny 
Finnegan Ann, domestic with J. H. CoggeshaU 

Finnegan Ja a 0. tinsmith with J. W. Brittan, 

dwl IS Minna 
Finuertv Thomas, porter U. S. B. Mint, dwl 274 

Powell 
FINNEY C. G. & CO. proprietors Golden Gate 
Flour Mills, 136 Pine, dwl cor Essex and 
Essex Place 
Finney Josiah T. carpenter, S s Green nr Stock- 
ton, dwl S s Francisco nr Dupont 
Finnigan Anna, domestic with Mrs. M. H. Yates 
Finning Edward, dwl Melvina Place nr Mason 
Firdercr William (Xichols & F.) dwl NW corner 

Washington and Sansome 
Firnkas John, varnisher, 98 Jackson 
Firsheu Charles, bds Western House, Stewart 
Firth Josiah, wool-sorter with D. C. McGlynn 
Fischbeck Hermann (J. R. Fischbeck & Bro.) bds 

with John R. Fischbeck 

Fischbeck (J. R. & Bro.) {Hermann Fischbeck) 

groceries and liquors, NW cor Pacific and 

Mason 

Fischel Wm. ( M. Kohn & Co.) dwl with M. Kohn 

Fischer Charles, musician, dwl NW cor Jessie 

and Annie 
FISCHER CHARLES, commission merchant, 
and Consul of Austria, office 157 Jackson, 
dwl 198 Pine 
Fischer Nicholas, barber, 98 Pacific 
Fish {R F.) & Co. (J. H. Swain) Black Hawk 
Livery Stable, 99 Pine, dwl S s Townsend 
near Third 
Fish (Edward K) & Co. {Simeon Silverberg) 
Geary St Market, S s Geary bet Dupont and 
Kearny 
Fish Franklin & Co. intelligence office, 140 

Montgomery, bds What Cheer House 
Fish Gains H. book-keeper with A. B. South- 
worth, dwl 44 Battery 
Fish Henry E. butcher, bds 34 Webb 
Fish James H. office 148 Montgomery, dwl S s 

Townsend nr Third 
Fishback George C. tinsmith at 253 Dupont 
Fiahbourne R. W. draughtsman, office U. S. Sur- 
veyor General, dwl E s Ohio nr Broadway 
Fishel William, (M. Kohn & Co.) dwl with Mar- 
cus Kohn 
Fisher A. musician, dwl 84 Kearny 
Fisher Augustus A. (Fisher & Co.) res New York 
Fisher (B. A.) & Jameson (Henry A.) wheel- 
wrights and blacksmiths, 37 San, dwl 31 San 



Fisher Benjamin, hand-oartman, lids American 

Hotel' 

Fisher Benjamin, drayman, dwl SYV cor Market 
and First 

Fi-her Benjamin A. wheelwright and blacksmith, 

bds Daahaway House 
Fisher Beriah P. asphaltum-roofer, dwl Ws Wil- 
liam bet Jones and Taylor 
Fisher Bernard, teacher, dwl NE cor Post and 

Dupont 
Fisher U. II. workman with .1. (!. ("lark k Co. 
FISHER (<"/,„,, A.) ft CO. ( .1 Fisher) 

hatters, X K cor Montgomery and Commer- 
cial, dwl W b Taylor near Washington 
Fisher Charles II. (colored) bootblack, 81 Mer- 
chant, dwl K s Varenne near Union 
Fisher E. II. tailor, bds Meyer's Hotel 
Fisher Francis W. clerk with R. D. YV~. Davis 

& Co. rooms with Rudolph C. Lawler 
Fisher Qeorge, ship-carpenter, bds 62 & 64 Pacif 
FISHER C FORCE, Com Deeds and Translator, 

33 Mont Block, dwl S s Mission nr Third 
Fisher George P. dwl bath house nr Black Point 
Fisher George S. attorney-at-law, 110£ Mont- 
gomery, dwl 36 Stockton 
Fisher George W. book-keeper with Crowell & 
Crane, dwl Washington op Waverley Place 
Fisher Henry, plasterer, dwl B s Post nr Taylor 
Fisher Henry J. smelter with G. W. Bell, dwl 

Auburn nr Pacific 
Fisher J. W. assayer, bds What Cheer House 
Fisher John, gas-litter, at 200 Washington 
F'isher John M. smelter with G. W. Bell, dwl with 

H. J. Fisher 
FISHER LUTHER P. advertising and newspa- 
per agent, 171 Wash, dwl Powell nr Clay 
Fisher L. W.(John Simedc Co.) bds Union Club 

Rooms. 
Fisher Malcom ( Wetter &F.) dwl Tremont House 
Fisher Morris, job wagon, dwl 20 Clementina 
Fisher Sidney, clerk with G. W. Chapin, dwl 172 

Washington 
Fisk John S. liquor saloon, SE cor Sansome and 

Halleck 
Fisk Royal, broker, 37 Sacramento, dwl Wash- 
ington bet Taylor and Jones 
Fiske E. S. (H. G. & E. S. F.) dwl W s Mason 

bet Pine and California 
Fiske H. G. & E. S. metal-roofers, 190 Kearny, 

dwl NE cor Kearny and Charles 
Fitch George, soda-manf. bds Mt. Hope Hotel 
Fitch George Jr. with A. W. Cudworth, dwl cor 

Broadway and Powell 
Fitch George K. ( C. 0. Gerberding & Co.) dwl 

E s Montgomery nr Green 
Fitch Henry S. real estate, 112 Montgomery 
Fitch John, baker with Deeth & Stair 
Fite John, carpenter, bds Benton House 
Fite J. S. carpenter, W s Stock bet Clay <fe Wash 
Fitter Eibe H. groceries and liquors, NW r cor 

Third and Townsend 
Fitts Thomas, sliip-builder, dwl with Mrs. Mary 

Woolley 
Fitz Anna Maria (widow) dwl 15 Clay 
Fitzgerald Austin, tailor, dwl E s San nr Bdwy 
FITZGERALD (Ezekiel) PHIPPS (Alfred F.) 
& CO. (Lorenzo Parsons) imps hardware, 
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Fitzgerald Edward, dwl 4 Pennsylvania Avenue 
Fitzgerald George L. engineer Cochituatc Baths, 

dwl 57 Sansome 
Fitzgerald Henry, Keeper County Jail, dwl N s 

Pacific nr Taylor 
Fitzgerald James, boatman, dwl S s Sansome 

bet Green and Vallejo 
Fitzgerald James, drayman, dwl W s William 

bet Jones and Taylor 
Fitzgerald John, laborer, dwlNsBdwynr Mason 
Fitzgerald Miehael. drayman, dwl N s St. Marks 

Place nr Kearny 
Fitzgerald Miehael, laborer with B. F. Fish & 

Co. dwl 99 Pine 
Fitzgerald Miehael, laborer, bds 34 Webb 
Fitzgerald Michael, painter, dwl E s Vincent bet 

Green and Union 
Fitzgerald Morris, tinsmith, dwl 87 Jackson 
Fitzgerald Oscar P. Rev. pastor Methodist Church 

(South) and editor Pacific Methodist; othce 

79 Montgomery, dwl S s Pine abv Stockton 
Fitzgerald Patrick, dwl 4 Pennsylvania Avenue 
Fitzgerald Patrick, barkeeper with Mrs. Mary 

Fagan 
Fitzgerald Patrick, laborer, dwl 22 Davis 
Fitzgerald Patrick, laborer, bds 146 Mission 
Fitzgerald Stephen, laborer with A. G. Rams- 
dell, dwl N s Oregon nr Front 
Fitzgerald Win. laborer, dwl 81 Broadway 
Fitzgerald Win. seaman, dwl S s Sacramento bet 

Drumm aud East 
Fitzgibbon David, teacher dancing, dwl with 

Arthur Quinn 
Fitzgibbon J. M. Weighers Dept Custom House 
Fitzgibbon Thos. foreman, bds with J. Sparrow 
Fitzgibbons David, porter with J. H. Coghill & 

Co. dwl Branch Hotel 
Fitzgibbons L. E. Mrs. dwl E s Dupont nr Vallejo 
Fitzgibbons M. E. printer, dwl E s Dupont near 

~ Vallejo 
Fitzharris James, laborer, dwl 90 Broadway 
Fitzler Joseph, liquor saloon, 113 Pine 
Fitzmorris George, drayman, dwl W s Powell 

nr Bush 
Fitzmorris Ulysses, plasterer, dwl rear Wm. 

Willis 
Fitzpatriek Agnes (widow) dwl Salmon Place 

bet Paeilie and Broadway 
Fitzpatriek Egan, bricklayer, dwl with Henry 

Cooper 
Fitzpatriek James, baker with Wm. Horr 
Fitzpatriek John, trunk-maker, 180 California, 

dwl with Miss Mary MeDcvitt 
Fitzpatriek John, cooper, 17 Clay 
Fitzpatriek John E. {Turner & Co.) dwl Steven- 
son bet Third and Fourth 
Fitzpatriek Mary Mrs. liquor saloon, 17 Clay 
Fitzpatriek Mary (widow) dwl W s Powell bet 

California and Sacramento 
Fitzpatriek Michael, engineer Golden Age Mills, 

dwl S s Pine bet Kearny and Dupont 
Fitzpatriek Thomas, stevedore, dwl Scott Place 
Fitzsimmons Thomas, porter Metropolitan Hotel 
Flagg Lucius (Flagg & Co. Sacramento) office 100 

Front 
Flagherty Thos. laborer, dwl N s Post nr Taylor 
Flagley B. steamboat-joiner, bds What Cheer 

House 



Flaglor Gilbert, dwl 21 Natoma 
Flahant James, furniture, 325 Stockton 
Flaherty John, laborer, dwl W 8 William bet 

Jones and Taylor 
Flaherty Thomas, laborer, dwl N s Stevenson bet 

Second and Ecker 
Flakefield P. carpenter, bds What Cheer House 
Flanagan Ann, domestic with M. Kaine 
Flanagan Daniel, hostler with Skelly & Co. dwl 

S s Stevenson nr Second 
Flanagan E. bds What Cheer House 
Flanagan Edward, dwl 177 Pine 
Flanagan John, metal-roofer with H. G. & E. S. 

Fiske 
Flanagan (John) & Co. (C. F MacDermot) im- 
porters and jobbers wines and liquors, 99 

Front, dwl S s Green nr Kearny 
Flanagan M. bds What Cheer House 
Flanagan M. Miss, weaver S. F. Woolen Factory, 

Black Point 
Flanagan Michael, teamster, dwl with Martin 

Brannan 
Flanagan Thomas, laborer, dwl N s Pacific near 

Powell, rear 
Flanagan Thomas H. clerk, dwl 180 Jackson 
Flanders Alvan, bds with Thomas Tennent 
Flanders Ephraim, calker, bds Isthmus House, 
Flanders Nathan, wharf-builder, dwl Auburn bet 

Jackson and Pacific 
Flanders Parker, drayman, dwl 71 Davis 
Flanely Patrick, waterman, dwl N 8 Minna bet 

Third and Fourth 
Flannerly Myles, laborer, dwl 63 Minna 
Flatley John, waterman, dwl W s Ritch near 

Harrison 
Flatterly Jonathan, physician, 66 Bush, boards 

Clinton Temperance House 
Flavel George, captain bark Jane A. Falkenburg, 

pier 3 Stewart 
Fleischer Wolf, cap-maker, dwl S s Jessie bet 

First and Ecker 
Fleischman John, butcher, dwl American Hotel 
Fleischman Leopold (Xewman & F.) dwl SW cor 

Market and Sansome 
Fleischmann Charles, drayman, 28 St. Marks PI 
Fleishhacker Aaron, dwl N s Stockton bet Post 

and Geary 
Fleming Albert C. upholsterer with C. H. Sher- 
man, dwl Virginia nr Washington 
Fleming David, ship-carpenter, dwl NW corner 

Natonia and Jane 
Fleming John, laborer, dwl S s Water nr Mason 
Fleming J. R. bds Metropolitan Hotel 
Fleming Patrick, laborer with Church k Snow 
Fleming Samuel, printer, dwl with Jas. Landers 
Fleming Wm. ship-carpenter, dwl 23 California 
Fleming Wm. B. attorney-at-law with Shatters & 

Heydenfeldt, dwl 12 Minna 
Flenner Thos. R. {Porter & F.) dwl 133 Kearny 
Fierce Joseph, butcher, E s Dupont nr Vallejo 
Fleres Antonio, hair-dresser, 155 Clay, dwl W s 

Oneida Place nr Sacramento 
Fletcher A. K. carrier Bulletin, dwl 175 Clay 
Fletcher A. P. carrier Bulletin, dwl 175 Clay 
Fletcher Barney Rev. (colored) pastor M. E. C. 

dwl W s Mason nr Vallejo 
Fletcher Chas' A. & Co. (Isaac Lustig) importers 

clothing, 109 Sac, dwl Stock nr Wash 



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Fletcher Edward (colored) porter with Isaac S. 

Josephi, <lwl w i k&asonnr Vallejo 
Fletcher John, sign-painter with T. Robinson 
Fletcher Thomas II. painter with Worthington 

A Hayes 
Fletcher Wru. cap-manufacturer, 107 California 
Floury A. Laborer with Turner Brothers 
Floury John, dwJ 243 Stockton 
Floury Jule, blacksmith, dwl cor Pnc and Mont 
Floury P. blacksmith, L81 Oommercial 
Flick Win. dwl 8 s Mission bet Third and Fourth 
Flint Augustus P. {CarltF.) and insur. agSft^ 

NW corner Montgomery and Merchant, dwl 

cor Powell and California 
Flint Edward P. ( Flint, Peabody A Co.) dwl N s 

Harrison het First and Second 
FLINT {James P. & Edward P.) PEABODY 

{Alfred) & CO. {George H. Kellogg) com- 
mission merchants, NW corner Front and 

Broadway, res Boston 
Flint, Peabody k Co.'s Rice Mill, E s Sansome 

bet Filbert and Greenwich 
Flint George H. milk-ranch, rear Mission Dolores 

Church 
Flint Jane H. (widow) dwl with John Archbald 
Flint Milford, seaman, dwl S s Everett bet Third 

and Fourth 
Flint Thomas P. painter, SW corner Kearny and 

Sutter 
Flint Thomas P. ( Wm. Hitchcock & Co.) dwlSW 

cor Kearny and Dupont 
FLINT WILLIAM C. Custom House Exchange, 

NE cor Washington and Battery, dwl N s 

Market bet Laguna and Buchanan 
Flint Win. K. clerk with Flint, Peabody & Co. 

dwl E s Essex bet Folsom and Harrison 
Flint Wilson ( Wadsworlh & F.) res Alameda 
Flintoff Joseph H. blacksmith, S s Halleck near 

LeidesdorfY, dwl S s Brown nr Folsom 
Flitcroft {Thomas) & Swift {James F.) sail- 
makers, SE cor Battery and Jackson, dwl 

SW cor Battery and Washington 
Flood Christopher, stevedore, dwl N s Jessie bet 

First and Anthony 
Flood Henry S. salesman, dwl NW cor Sansome 

and Sacramento 
Flood James, milkman Mountain Lake Ranch, 

Presidio Road 
FLOOD {James C) & O'BRIEN ( WiUiam S.) 

Auction Lunch, 125 Washington, dwl N s 

John bet Powell and Mason 
Flood John, dwl 291 Dupont, rear 
Flood John, laborer S. F. Gas Co. dwl N s Lick 

Alley bet First and Ecker 
Flood Michael, Catholic Bookseller, 121 Kearny, 

dwl S s Harlan Place bet Bush and Sutter 
Flood Wm. A. stone-cutter, dwl N s Clay bet 

Ritch and Fourth 
Florence Henry, waiter Page's Restaurant 
Flores Lucinda Mrs. dwl 296 Dupont, rear 
Flower Charles H. laborer, dwl SE cor Folsom 

and Beale, rear 
Flowers Edward, engineer, dwl S s Union near 

Mason 
Flynn Daniel, hackman, dwl 9 Market 
Flynn Dennis, blacksmith with Murphy & Hart 
Flynn Edmund, steward with Daniel Gibb 
Flynn Elizabeth, domestic with F. A. Benjamin 



Flynn James, hoot-maker, dwl N s Stevenson 

bet First and Bicker 
Flynn John, baker, dwl N s Stevenson nr Ecker 
Flynn John, boarding, i) Market 
Flynn John, carpenter, dwl B B Sutter nr Powell, 

rear 
Flynn John, farmer, W a San Bruno Road near 

Mission Dolores 
Flynn John, porter with Durning, Donnelly & Co. 

dwl Bush St. House 
Flynn John Jr. confectioner, bds '> Market 
Flynn Lawrence, blacksmith, bds Bush St. House 
Flynn {Martin) & Pease {Jomet U.) Wood ami 

coal, SW cor Market and Second, dwl G5 

Broadway 
Flynn Mary Miss, millinery, 240 Dupont 
Flynn Maurice, clerk, dwl '■'■'■'< Montgomery 
Flynn Michael, baker, dwl Leavenworth N Bay 
Flynn Morris, laborer Pacific Foundry, dwl S s 

Eubbard nr Howard 
Flynn Patrick, cook with Cammet & Kauce, dwl 

N s Minna nr Third 
Flynn Patrick, porter with John H. Bosworth & 

Co. dwl N s Everett bet Third and Fourth 
FLYNN RICHARD L. liquors, NE cor Oregon 

and Battery, dwl 6j Auburn 
Flynn Thomas, blacksmith with Brannan&Dun- 

nigan, bds Whitehall Exchange 
Flynn Thomas, laborer, dwl W s Dupont bet 

Geary and O'Farrell, rear 
Flynn Thomas, hostler with E. 0. Brown 
Flynn Thomas C. boot-maker, 45 Kearny 
Flynn William, hackman, bds 9 Market 
Foa J. dwl SW cor Dupont and Broadway 
Foard J. McDonough {Brooks, Lawrence & F.) 

151 Clay 
Foard Thomas J. compositor Golden Era 
Fogarty James, Mission St. Market, 187 Mission 
Fogarty John 1 boot-maker, dwl With Thos. Ryan 
Fogarty John J. boot-fitter with James H. Swain, 

dwl Pine nr Kearny 
Fogarty M. laborer Bensley Water Works 
Fogarty Mich'l, laborer, bds Susquehanna House 
Fogarty Michael H. cabinet-maker, SW cor 

Minna and Jane, dwl Stevenson nr Third 
Fogarty Patrick, carpenter, bds with Michael 

Nolan 
Fogarty Peter, carpenter, bds 11 Minna 
Fogarty William, laborer, dwl N s Stockton PI 
Foge Franck, clerk with Henry Tichen, NE cor 

Dupont and Pacific 
Fogel Jacob, tailor, 83 Kearny 
Fogelshi Morris, dry goods, 273 Dupont 
Fogg E. C. hides and wool, SW cor California 

and Davis, dwl S s Lombard bet Dupont and 

Stockton 
Foley Cornelius, dwl N s Greenwich bet Jones 

and Leavenworth 
Foley D. helper, dwl S s Natoma bet First and 

Second 
Foley Daniel, laborer, dwl Pollard PI nr Vallejo 
Foley Daniel, boder-maker with Coffey & Risdon 
Foley Daniel B. boder-maker, dwl N s Mission 

bet Annie and Second 
Foley Dennis ship-carpenter, dwl SE cor Third 

and Sherwood Place 
Foley Francis, hides and wool, with Loning & 

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Foley James, bda with Bernard Killilea 

Foley James, laborer, dwl N s Jessie bet First 
and Sicker 

Foley John, pressman with Blake & Moffitt. dwl 
W B Simmons bet Howard and Folsom 

Foley John, laborer, dwl 8 s Xatoma nr 6 

Foley John, laborer with Geo. W. Coffee, dwl S 
s Mission bet Second and Third 

Foley Michael, laborer Sugar Refinery, cor Har- 
rison and Price 

Foley Michael 0. ealker, bds Oregon House 

Foley Patrick, drayman, bds Branch Hotel 

Foley Patrick, saloon. Xortli Beach foot Jones 

Foley Patrick, longshoreman, dwl E s Yansen nr 
Greenwich 

FOLEY TERENCE, publisher Monitor. 118 
Montgomery, dwl S s Green near Mont 

Foley Timothy, shoemaker, dwl 24 Clay 

Foley Timothy J. shoemaker, dwl N s Davis nr 
Pacific 

Folger Francis B. (Moore & F.) dwl 207 Clay 

Folger James A. ( Wm. H. Bovee & Co.) dwl N s 
Filbert bet Powell and Mason 

Folger Lydia F. Miss, 307 Stockton, dwl SW cor 
Yallejo and Kearny 

Folger Seth, dwl E s Powell nr Pacific 

Folk Solomon ( C. Meyer & Co.) dwl SE cor Te- 
hama and First 

FOLSOM ALBERT, carriage-maker and black- 
smith, 159 California, dwl N s Post bet 
Powell and Mason 

Folsom Charles, porter with J. Peirce 

Folsom Charles P. B. at Peirce's furniture ware- 
house, dwl 26 Clara 

Folsom E. J. dwl Pine W Larkin 

Folsom Franklin T. blacksmith with Albert 
Folsom 

Folsom George T. banking department Wells 
Fargo & Co. dwl SE cor Bush and Taylor 

Folsom J. L. office estate of, 45 Montgomery Blk 

Folz Martin, tailor, bds 62 and 64 Pacific 

Follmer Amandus, clerk with Witcheif & Co. 

Fonda (Alfred) Gray (John) & Jennings (Thomas) 
groceries and provisions, SE cor Clay and 
Sansome. dwl W s Stock bet Clay and "Wash 

Fontenoy John, laborer, dwl NW cor Sacra- 
mento and Drumm 

Forbes Alexander, merchant (Edwards & Bailey) 
dwl South Park nr Second 

Forbes A. J. clerk with Shaeffer & Sutliff, dwl S 
s Yallejo nr Dupont 

Forbes Alexander J. cabinet-maker, dwl NW cor 
Pollard Place and Yallejo 

FORBES (Andrew B.)& BABCOCK (Wm. F.) 
agents Pacific Mail Steamship Co. office NW 
cor Sacramento and Leidesdorff, dwl Harri- 
son op Essex 

Forbes Chas. with Edwards & Bailey, dwl with 
Alexander Forbes 

Forbes James. 1 ioilcr-maker, dwl W s Baldwin 
Court bet Folsom and Howard 

Ford Charles, dwl 225 Dupont 

Ford Henry, stevedore, dwl E s Kearny bet 
Green and Union 

Ford Henry C. clerk with Charles Thayer 

Ford John, druggist, dwl E s Green nr Dupont, 
rear 

Ford John, shoemaker, 8 Jackson 



Ford Joseph C. (Wilson <fe F.) dwl N s Jackson 

bet Powell and Stockton 
Ford Margaret, domestic with J. Clement 
Ford Martin, drayman, dwl SW cor Broadway 

and Kearny 
Ford Mary, domestic with F. T. Maynard 
Ford Patrick, peddler, dwl W s Mason nr Pacific 
Ford Sidney H. hook-keeper with Peter Witbeck, 

dwl Howard Engine House 
Ford Susan Mrs. (colored) dressmaker, dwl 343 

Dupont 
Ford Thomas, blacksmith with Joseph Flintoff, 

bds What Cheer Hotel, Jackson 
Ford William, merchant, dwl 197 Pine 
Ford William, laborer, dwl 61 Natoma 
Ford Wm. S. (colored) steward, dwl 343 Dupont 
FORDHAM (Robert B.) & JENNINGS (Do, -id A.) 

grocers, NE cor Jackson and Front, dwl E s 

Mason bet Washington and Jackson 
Forester E. S. Mrs. teacher Washington Street 

School, dwl 231 Powell 
Forester Henry B. book-keeper with George F. 

Bragg & Co. dwl 231 Powell 
Forner J. B. policeman City Hall 
Forrest Joseph D. merchant, dwl with C. Mills 
Forrester Peter, dwl W s Jones bet Filbert and 

Greenwich 
Forry William, with J. B. Manchester, dwl 204 

Stockton 
Forsaith Edward W. butter, cheese, etc., 50 and 

51 Wash. Market, dwl Anthony nr Mission 
Forster Caspar, shoemaker with Charles Hauser, 

dwl 296 Dupont 
Forster Peter B. (Ayers & Co.) dwl N s Geary 

W Dupont 
Forsyth Edward W. butter, etc., dwl with Luther 

Knights 
Forsyth Jane (widow) laundress, NE cor First 

and Folsom 
Forsyth W. K. porter with Cox, Francis A Co. 
Fortmann Frank, cigar manuf. bds Franklin Hotel 
Fortmann Frederick (Koster & Co.) dwl N s 

Tehama bet Third and Fourth 
Fortmann Henry ( George Seibe & Co.) dwl NW 

cor Stockton and Sacramento 
Fortner Charles N. carpenter. 305 Stockton 
Fortune Hannah, bds with Nelson Hud- 
Fortune Henry, clerk with C. Hudson & Co. dwl 

Powell near Jackson 
Fortune James A. salesman with C. Hudson & 

Co. dwl NE cor Green and Mason 
Foshay John, clerk with William II. Brigham, 

dwl 131 Commercial 
Foss Henry, drayman, dwl SW cor Greenwich 

and Taylor 
Foss Louis, clerk, bds 62 and 64 Pacific 
Foster Abram, boiler-maker with Cofley A Risdon 
Foster Alden B. clerk with J. A. Coolidfj 

E s Fremont near Bryant 
Foster Benjamin F. compositor Alta California, 

dwl with Mrs. E. T. Homer 
Foster Daniel, carpenter, X s Everett bet Third 

and Fourth 
Foster Daniel, ship-carpenter, dwl E s Main bet 

Folsom and Harrison 
Foster David II. captain bark Constitution, pier 

12 Stewart 
Foster Edward, engineer, dwl with W. B. Peake 



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C. 0. asphaltum-roofer, < 1 w 1 with Mra. S. 
M. Phillips 
Poster Charles ( W, 0, Talbot <fe Co.) residence 

Mni'hias, Maine 

FOSTEB FBEDEBIOX A. Importer hardware, 

62 Battery, dwl 84 Minna 
Foster George (colored) bootblack, 211 Kearny 
Foster George II. clerk with EL II. Vanoe, dwl 

cor Pine ami Stockton 
Poster George 1'. foreman with John (Vntor 
Poster Gottleib, Bhoemaker with John S. Dole 

.v Co. dwl I''- s Bansome bet Hush ami Pine 
Foster Henry, ship-joiner, dwl California near 

Kearny 
Foster [Henry L.) k Ferine {Nicholas P.) Russell's 

patent roofing, 172 Clay, dwl 190 California 
FOSTER (./. 0. late Purser) PATTEN (J). Ji.) k 

CO. {Mrs. M. A. Ibrrey) proptrs Hotel In- 
ternational, N s Jackson bet Montgomery 

and Kearny 
Foster Samuel, bds What Cheer House 
Foster Samuel, machinist. Pacific Foundry 
Foster S. S. merchant, dwl S s Chestnut bet 

Powell and Stockton, rear 
Foubert Eugene, jeweler with Frontier & Devi- 

ercy, dwl S s Tehama bet Fourth and Fifth 
Fouchet John, salesman, lids "What Cheer House 
Foulk Levi, clothing, 85 Jackson 
Foulkes Sarah, domestic with E. Randolph 
Foulkes Thomas (Dupuy, F. & Co.) res England 
Fountain George C. {Place & F.) dwl W s 

Stockton near Union 
Fountain L. (colored) laborer, dwl Ss Dupont Al 
Fountain N. dentist, Stevenson's Building, corner 

California and Montgomery 
Fouque Jules, carpenter, dwl 87 Bush, rear 
Fouratt Enos, pilot stmr Antelope, dwl N s Val- 

lejo bet Kearny and Montgomery 
Fowinkle William, fruit-stand, NW cor Second 

and Jessie 
Fowler A. G. contractor, dwl S s Union between 

Stockton and Dupont 
Fowler Frank, painter witb Peter Witbeck 
Fowler James L. pilot, dwl E s Stockton bet 

Bush and Sutter 
Fowler John (McLean cfc F.) dwl with H. P. Coon 
Fowler Mary (colored) bds with Mrs. H. Wash- 
ington 
Fowler Mary A. Mrs. lodging-rooms, 216 Sac 
FOW8ER JAMES, cigars, 138 Battery, dwl 122 

Dupont 
Fox Ann Mrs. dwl Hall's Alley 
Fox Charles, jeweler with H. Fox, dwl 57 Mont 
Fox Charles, gas-titter, 167 Montgomery 
Fox Eliza (widow) dwl NE cor Vallejo and Dupont 
FOX {Emanuel) k SCHMIDT ( C. P.) Washington 

Baths, 174 Washington, dwl 232 Stockton 
FOX {Henry A.) k MELVILLE {John) importers 

and wholesale liquors, 141 Clay, dwl N s 

Greenwich bet Stockton and Dupont 
Fox Hermann, maiiuf jeweler, 59 Montgomery, 

dwl 57 Montgomery 
Fox Horatio, carpenter, S s Mission bet First 

and Fremont, dwl 14 Merchant 
Fox Hyman, tailor, 84 Sansome, dwl N s Jessie 

bet First and Anthony 
Fox James H. dwl Pine bet Polk and Van Ness 

Avenue 



Fox John, laborer, lids NE ,,(, r Davis ami Ca] 

Pot Joseph, dwl s a Geary bet Dupont and stock 

|m.\ Joseph c. hatter with Le Gay & Co. dwl 50 

Minna 
Fox Mary Jane Mrs. dwl NE cor Vallojo and 

Dupont 
Fox M. Mrs. dwl E s Taylor bet C reen and Union 
Fox Marks, cigar-maker, dwl 8 B Sacramento bet 

Stockton and Powell 

Fox P. laborer, bds What Cheer House 

Fox {Peter !■'.) k ./aim {Henry) machinists, 107 

Kearny, dwl S s Everett bet Third and 

Fourth 
Fox Richard, painter, dwl 227 Dupont, rear 
Fox Thomas, coppersmith, and hell-ringer, City 

Hall, dwl S s Oregon near Front 
Fox Thomas, gardener, N s Presidio Road near 

Lagoon 
Fox William B. bds Union Club Rooms 
Fox William C. hide-curer with E. Crisar, dwl 

N s Tehama bet Third and Fourth 
Foy John, drayman, bds 26 Battery 
Foye Chas. E. mariner, dwl N s Ellis nr Stock 
Foye Dyer, bds Columbia House, Stewart 
Foye Emily C. bds with Chas. E. Foye 
Foye William, with Thos. Morse, dwl W s San 

some bet Filbert and Greenwich 
Framy Michael, porter, dwl N s St. Charles nr 

Kearny 
Franchez Manuel, laborer, dwl W s Sansome bet 

Vallejo and Green 
Francis Abner H. (colored) dwl S s Bush near 

Jones 
Francis David B. {Cox F. & Co.) dwl 104 Mont 
Francis F. B. salesman with Greene, Heath & 

Allen, dwl 104 Montgomery 
Francis Henry A. oysters, Custom House Block, 

dwd Pine nr Montgomery 
Francis James B. cigars, S s Pacific bet Davis 

and Drumm, dwl 175 Commercial 
Francis John, engineer steamer Pacific 
Francis John H. laborer, dwl N s Stevenson bet 

Second and Ecker 
Francis S. furniture, E s Dupont nr Vallejo 
Francis W. H. ( Wm. McMurtry & Co.) dwl W s 

Third nr Folsom 
Francisco Jose, workman with J. W. Bell, Mis- 
sion Dolores 
FRANCK FREDERICK & CO. commission mer- 
chants, and Consul of Wurtemburg, SW cor 

California and Front 
Franco Charles, upholsterer with J. F. Schafer 

& Bro. 118 Sansome 
Frangois Philippe, cooper Sugar Refinery, cor 

Harrison and Price 
Franconi Louis, merchandise broker 55 Commer- 
cial, dwl W s Kearny nr Green 
Frank A. drayman, dwl N s Post nr Mason 
FRANK AUGUSTUS, Frank's Market, dwl W s 

Third bet Folsom and Tehama 
Frank Bernard, express wagon, dwl W s Sonoma 

place nr Green 
Frank Charles, German Bakery, 86 Kearny 
Frank Ephraim, clothing, 63 5 Pacific 
Frank {Henry) k Co. (Henry Weusterfeld) mattress 

manufacturer, 20 Commercial 
Frank Jacob, baker, dwl NW cor Mission and 

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Frank John, flour-sacker with Grosh ft Ruther- 
ford 

Frank John, bda with J. C. Robinson 

Frank Joseph, salesman with Neustadter Bros, 
dwl S s Polsom bet Third and Fourth 

Frank Joseph & Co. (Rudolf Jordan) importers 
tobacco ami cigars, 86 Clay, dwl 31 Minna 

Frank Louis P. cigar-manufacturer, 55 Sacra- 
mento, dwl St. Marks Place nr Stockton 

Frank M. ((*. St. oms ,t Co.) dwl N s Green bet 
Kearny and Dupont 

Frank Otto II. Consul for Hanover, SW cor San 
and Pacific 

Frank S. dwl 39 Kearny 

Frank Simon, laborer Warehouse Department 
Custom House 

Frank "Win. seaman, bds 24 Sacramento 

Frankeman Solomon A. merchant, office 72 Cal- 
ifornia 

Frankenberg Joseph, harness-maker, 272 Dupont 

Frankcnheimer Joseph, butcher, dwl SW cor 
Market and Sansome 

Frankenthal Max, book-keeper with Adelsdorfer 
Bros, dwl N s Vallejo nr Powell 

Frankey Louisa Mine, dwl 6 Trinity 

Franklin A. dwl with John Franklin 

Franklin Bridget, domestic with Mrs. Eliza Willis 

Franklin Charles, laborer, dwl W s Pinckuey 
Place nr Broadway 

Franklin Edward, commission merchant, 82 Sac- 
ramento, up-staira 

Franklin Jacob, band-cartman, NW cor Wash 
and Mont, dwl 118 Jackson 

Franklin James, seaman, bds Columbia House, 
Stewa rt 

Franklin John, dwl N s St. Marks Place bet 
Dupont and Stockton 

Franklin John, clerk, bds with J. R. West 

Franklin John, clothing, W s Davis nr Clark 

Franklin John II. book-keeper. Mercantile Ga- 
zette, dwl S s Bush bet Mason and Taylor 

Franklin J. K. delivery clerk Post Office, dwl 11 
John 

Franklin Roderick P. foreman with Peter Wit- 
beck 

Franks James, waterman, dwl W s William bet 
Geary and O'Farrell 

Fransen E. ship-carpenter, North Beach, foot 
Taylor ' 

Frantzkee F. W. furrier, SW cor Mission and 
Third 

Frapolli Baptists (Sadmanini & F.) dwl 23 Clay 

Frariea John, tailor. 193 Pacific, rear 

Fraser A. machinist Pacific Foundry, bds What 
Cheer House 

Fraser Christian, stevedore, dwl W s Main bet 
Folsom and Harrison 

Fraser Henry, dwl 221 Pacific 

Fraser Hugh, blacksmith with Gallagher & Far- 
ren, dwl SE cor Perry and Third 

Fraser James, ship-carpenter, bds Blue Bell 

Fraser John, laborer, bds What Cheer House 

Fraser Simon (Kittredgt & F.) bds with Win. II. 
Baxter 

Fraser Thomas, porter with Jacob Underbill, dwl 
Harrison nr Third 

Fraser Valentine, paper-carrier, dwl E s Dupont 
bet Sutter and Post 



Fraser Wm. bds Brooks House 
Frasier William B. ship-builder, dwl N s Bran- 
nan bet Second and Third 
Frauenhalz Philip, brewer, bds with Jacob Gund- 

lach 
Fray William, clerk with Robert Mayers, dwl 

82 Commercial 
Frazer James S. molder with W. T. & J. Garrett 
Frazer J. J. porter U. S. B. Mint, bds Benton 

House 
Frazer J. W. bds Clinton Temperance House 
Frazer Robert, cook Sailors Home, W s Front nr 

Pacific 
Frazier James Scott, molder, bds Columbia Hotel 
Frazier James W. K. engineer steamer J. Bragdon 
Freeh Francis, dwl S s Mission bet Harris and 

Price 
Frederick Mme. teacher of piano and guitar, 

281 Dupont 
Frederick F. porter Metropolitan Hotel 
Frederick John, porter, dwl Market op Sansome 
Frederick Philip, brass-finisher with W. T. & J. 

Garratt 
Fredericks John, porter, dwl S s Market bet 

First and Second, rear 
Fredericks S. 0. silversmith, dwl NE cor Powell 

and Washington 
Fredrick Morris (S. Fredrick & Bro.) dwl Sut- 
ter bet Dupont and Stockton 
Fredrick S. & Brother (Morris Fredrick) imps 

watches, jewelry, etc. resides New York 
Fredrickson Jacob, seaman, bds 24 Sacramento 
Free William, machinist, dwl 245 Kearny 
Freeborn Hugh, lapidary with E. Rondel 
Freeborn James ( Castle & F.) bds Oriental Hotel 
Freedom John, driver with A. Fuller, 130 Cal 
Freeland E. bds Dashaway House 
Freeling Gotleib, laborer with Wm. Freeling 
Freeling John, laborer with Wm. Freeling 
Freeling Win. garden ranch, S s Presidio Road 

nr Distillery 
Freelon Thomas W. (Byrne & F) dwl Clay bet 

Powell and Stockton 
Freeman Augustus, carpenter, S s Jackson near 

Kearny 
Freeman Benjamin H. (Smith & F.) dwl E s 

Quincy near Pine 
Freeman Charles, laborer Page's Restaurant 
Freeman Charles W. printer with C. F. Robbins, 

dwl 84 Kearny bet Pine and Bush 
FREEMAN ft CO. California and New York 

Express, office NE cor Mont and California 
Freeman & Co. storage warehouse, NE cor Pine 

and Leidesdorff 
Freeman E. Mrs. (colored) washing, Pacific near 

Hyde 
Freeman Elisha, captain schooner Ella Florence, 

bds with Thos. Blackmore 
Freeman F. carpenter, bds Dashaway House 
Freeman Geo. carrier Morning Call 
Freeman George F. grocer, dwl SE cor Union 

and Kearny 
Freeman Henry, paper-hanger, W s Third bet 

Howard and Everett 
Freeman Jacob, stoves and tin ware, 78 Kearny, 

dwl 80 Kearny 
Freeman John, laborer Fulton Foundry 
Freeman Josiah, bds 55 Minna 



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{freeman John, liquor saloon, N s Folsom bet 

Simmons and Harris 
Freeman Mary Mrs. dwl N S Folsom bet Sim- 
mons and Harris 
Freeman Richard, laborer, bds with Uiehanl 

Coogan 
Freeman Thomas, stevedore, dwl W s Baldwin 

Court bet Folsom and Howard 
Freeman Win. drayman, dwl Virginia DX Jack 
Freeman YVM. S. dwl 60 Sansome 
Freos Daniel M. machinist Albion Foundry, bds 

Isthmus House 
Frci Andrew, wood-turner with Jas. F. Haley, dwl 

Fine near Battery 
Freidlander Win. clerk with A. Landsberger, dwl 

7f> Pacific 
Freidinan Jacob, drayman, dwl W s Leaven- 
worth bet, California and Sacramento 
Freie Henry ( Waterman tk F.) dwl SE corner 

Dupont and Sacramento 
Freiermuth George A. stoves and tinware, N s 

Jack bet Drumm and Davis, dwl 4 Milton 

Place 
Freil Morris, molder, bds Manhattan Douse 
Frcmy Michael, porter with Fretz& Ralston, dwl 

St. Charles near Kearny 
Freneli Charles, barkeeper American Exchange 

Saloon 
French Charles, clerk with I. F. Eaton 
FRENCH {Charles G.) WILSON (E. Henry) & 

CO. manfs and imps clothing, . SW cor Sac 

and Lcidesdorff, resides New York 
French Enoch, boots and shoes, "W s Third bet 

Folsom and Tehama 
French L. bds What Cheer House 
French Lorin, supt. weavers S. F. Woolen Fac- 
tory, Black Point 
French Savings and Loan Society, 159£ Sac 
French William, wood yard, corner Harris and 

Brannan 
Frencke Louis A. paper-hanger, dwl E s Mary 

Lane near Bush 
Frenkle Joseph, musician, dwl S s Clay bet Mason 

and Taylor 
Frese Emil, imp drugs. 112 Battery, dwl S s 

Post bet Dupont and Kearny 
Fretigny Victor ( Gande &.F.) dwl N s Eddy near 

Powell 
Fret/, Ann Mrs. dwl 249 Clay 
Fretz Francis H. baker, dwl 101 Merchant 
Fretz John, dwl with Mrs. Elizabeth F. Blaisdell 
Fretz Ralph F. banker, dwl with Elizabeth F. 

Blaisdell 
FRETZ (R. S.) & RALTSON ( W. G.) bankers, 

SW cor Washington and Bat, dwl SW cor 

Dupont and Harlan Place 
Frey A. bds What Cheer House 
Frey Andrew, carpenter, dwl Winthrop House, 

Mission 
Frey Jacob, baker, dwl N s St. Marks Place bet 

Dupont and Stockton 
Friek August, carpenter, dwl 9 Kearny 
Fried David, shaving saloon, 100 Kearny 
Friedberg Charles, book-keeper with M. Bern- 

heim, 1 04 Clay 
Friedberg Michael, carpenter, dwl E s Dupont nr 

Union 
Friedberg Morris, cigar-maker, dwl 94 Dupont 



FRIEDEL BENRY, bookbinder, 88 Merchant 
Friedhofer August, cooper S. F. Sugar Refinery, 
dwl 1 70 California 

Friedhofer Paul, blacksmith, dwl 170 California 
Friedlander A. dwl N s Vallejo or Powell 

FRIEDLANDER Isaac, commission merchant, 

58 and <>I Sansome, dwl South I'ark 
Friedlander L. & Co. {Jacob StretMz) clothing, 66 

Commercial, dwl 6 C. II. Block 
Friedlander Meyer, salesman with Ackerman 

Brothers, 162 Sacramento 
Friedman Jacob, drayman, dwl W s Leaven- 
worth bet Sacramento and California 
Friedman. Joseph, clerk, dwl Bdwy nr Dupont 
Friedman J. S. dwl 99 Broadway 
Friedman N. bds St. Nicholas Hotel 
Friel Arthur, plasterer, dwl Larkin bet Filbert 

ami i Ireeiiwich 
Friel William, tinsmith, dwl W S Kearny bet 

Broadway and A'allejo 
Friend Abraham, peddler, dwl 110 Sacramento 
Friend George, laborer, bds with F. M. Parker 
Friendly Ignatius H. merchant, dwl 233 Kearny 
FRINK GEORGE W. proptr Tehama House, 

NW cor Sansome and California 
Fripp Wm. R. bds Manhattan House 
Frisbie John B. office with B. S. Brooks, res 

Vallejo 
Frisbie L. P. dwl N s Harlan Place 
Frisbie W. R. teacher French College, dwl NE 

cor Mason and Jackson 
Frisch Henrv (Lust & Co.) dwl 82 Sacramento 
FRISCH JOHN G. impr wines and liquors, 109 
Clay, dwl N s Union bet Powell and Mason 
Frisch J. William, groceries, SW cor Mission 

and Fifth 
Frisius Anton (Frisius & Co.) dwl 88 Market 

bet Fremont and Beale 
FRISIUS (Martin) & CO. (Anton Frisius) im- 
porters and commission merchants, S s Mar- 
ket bet Fremont and Beale, dwl N s Folsom 
bet Third and Fourth 
Fritch George, clerk, dwl E s Kearny bet Union 

and Green 
Fritsch Jacob, carpenter, dwl N s Morey Alley 
Fritz Frederick H. blacksmith with Clias. Stein- 

weg. dwl S s Minna bet Third and Fourth 
Fritz John, silver-plater, S s YerMehr Place 
Frizell Richard, shoemaker, 92 Broadway 
Frodsham Edward, drayman, dwl X s O'Farrell 

nr Taylor 
Frohling John (Kohler F. & Bauck) res Los An- 
geles 
Froman Simon, shoemaker with Andrew Traut- 

wetter, dwl Bush bet Sansome and Mont 
Froment Eugene (Lemoine F.k Co.) res San Jose 
Fromin Wm. perfumery manf, bds G2 and 64Pacif 
Fronten Mary Mrs. dwl W s Mason nr Filbert 
FROXTIER*(Pefe?)& DEVIERCY (Eugene) jew- 
elry manfy, 137 Pine (and A. Dubois & Co.) 
Froomberg (Isaac) & Co. ( Coney Grtenburg) auc- 
tion clothing, 79 Commercial 
Froomberg Samuel, auctioneer, 86 Commercial 
Frost Henry, musician, dwl 376 Powell 
Frost H. John, clerk, dwl with F. Smith 
FROST (Horatio) & RICHARDS, ( Calvin) paints 
and oils, 98 Batter}', dwl S s Bdwy bet 
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Frothingham John, pattern-maker Union Foun- 
dry, dwl NE cor Mission and Annie 

Frothingham Julia (widow) dwl Salmon Place 
nr Broadway 

Fruchey J. C. dwl 132 Montgomery 

FBUCHNICHT JOHN, [aland City saloon, NW 
cor Stewart and Mission, dwl S s Mission nr 
Third 

Frus John, ship-carpenter, dwl S s Frederick, 
bet First and Second 

Frye Jackson B. merchant, dwl N St. Marks 
Place nr Stockton 

Fry J. D. bds Hotel International 

Fry John, shoemaker, dwl 35 Pacific 

Fugan Albert, cook, bds with L. Kihlmeyer 

Fugelsang August, seaman, dwl with P. T. Scher- 
rebecK 

Fuhr Charles, mattress-maker, S s Sacramento 
bet Drumm and Davis 

Fuhr Powell, boots and shoes, 142 Kearny, dwl 
141 Kearny 

Fullard Wm. dwl S s Sutter nr Powell 

Fuller Alexander (colored) hand-cartman, dwl S 
s Dupont Alley 

Fuller Ann Mrs. dwl 221 Pacific 

Fuller Benjamin C. laborer What Cheer House 

Fuller Charles, dwl 112 Bush 

Fuller Edmund, carpenter, dwl 6 Minna 

Fuller Ezbon J. butcher, dwl NE cor Geary and 
Taylor 

Fuller Frederick, teamster, bds with Mrs. Catha- 
rine Williams 

Fuller James, real estate, dwl N s Folsom bet 
Wood and Brown 

Fuller ( J. W.)&, Millington (S. J.) profrs dancing, 
Brooks House 16 Sausome 

Fuller Orlando, furniture, 130 California 

Fuller Thomas, harness-maker with Joseph 
Frankenberg, dwl W s Dupont bet Broad- 
way and Pacific 

Fullerton John, boarding, S s Pacific nr Drumm 

Fullerton Samuel {Rogers & F.) dwl S s Green- 
wich bet Mason and Powell 

Fullmer George L. builder, dwl with William 
Blackwood 

Fullum Edward, melter "V. I. Works, dwl N s 
Miuna bet Second and Third 

Fullum Edward, laborer Vulcan Foundry 

Fullum Thomas, laborer S. F. Sugar Refinery, 
dwl S s Clara bet Ritch and Fourth 

Fulmer Gabriel, wire-worker, dwl SW cor Com- 
mercial and Kearny 

Fulmer James G. wire-worker with Eckfeldt & 
Graves, dwl SW cor Commercial and Kearny 

Fulmer Peter, tailor, N s Sacramento nr Larkin 

Fulsome Geo. T. acc'ntant, bds with A. J. Turner 

Fulafcrom John, seaman, bds Columbia House, 
Stewart 

Fulton Adonier, with R. Gibbons, 75 California 

Fulton John B. rope-maker with Tubbs & Co. 
Potrero 

Fulton John J. foreman Hose and Belting Co. 
Simmons, nr Brannan, dwl N s Townsend 
bet Second and Third 

Fulton Joseph B. clerk with Roe & Fulton, dwl 
184 Montgomery 

Fulton Robert, porter, bds Branch Hotel 

Fulton William, porter with Treadwell & Co. 



Button William, laborer, bds Pacific House 
Fulton Wm. (Roe & F.) dwl 184 Montgomery 
Fultz Augustus, seaman, bds Columbia House, 

Stewart 
Funck Herman bookbinder, dwl 220 Kearny 
Funkenstein J. & Co. (Fitel Phillips) jobbers 

wines and liquors, 99 California, dwl W s 

Dupont nr Geary 
Furbush Moses, wharfinger, dwl S s Broadway 

nr Powell 
Furger Mary A. (widow) variety store, S s Mis- 
sion bet Jane and Second 
Furley John F. gold and silver leaf manufactu- 
rer, 8 Varenne 
Furley Wm. gold-beater with John F. Furley 
Furlong George, laborer, rms S s Union bet 

Battery and Sansome 
Furlong Joseph, butcher with Dennis Mahoney, 

bds with Wm. O'Donnell 
Furlong Wm. garden ranch S s Presidio Road nr 

Distillery 
Furman Mathew H. attorney-at-law, 68 Mercht 
Furst Henry, fisherman, dwl W s Drumm bet 

Clay and Washington 
Furstenthal G. R. traveling agent with Isaac S. 

Josephi 
Furter Samuel, machinist with F. Tillman, dwl S 

s Bush bet Montgomery and Kearny 
Furth Frederick, clerk with H. Colin & Co. 
Fury Michael, fireman Hotel International 
Fusilier John (J. D. Schroder & Co.) dwl SW cor 

Sutter and Rassette Place 
Fusilier William, boarding, 61 Jackson 



a- 

Gabbs William, ship-carpenter, dwl W s Main nr 

Folsom 
Gabeldue Samuel, importers of iron tubes, bds 

89 Bush 
Gabriel Mary, Associate Mother Ladies Mercy, St 

Mary's Hospital, Stockton 
Gaddas John, Washington Market, dwl W s Tay- 
lor bet Clay and Washington 
Gadsby Edward H. painter with John McDonald 

&Co. 
Gaetz Daniel, shoemaker, Davis nr Pacific, dwl 

NW cor Greenwich and Dupont 
Gaffney James, laborer S. F. Gas Co. dwl N s 

Jessie nr Ecker 
Gagen Philip, laborer, dwl SE corner Greenwich 

and Montgomery 
Gager James H. book-keeper with Smiley, Yerkes 

& Voizin, dwl with Mrs. S. J. Adams 
Gagliardo Francisco, commission merchant, dwl 

N s Union near Dupont, rear 
Gagmetti Sire, billiard saloon, Bartlett nr Pacific 
Gagne Sophie Madame, paper-boxes, 120 Kearny 
Gahagan Thomas, baker Swain's Bakery, corner 

Second and Natoma 
Gahan Thomas, laborer Sugar Refinery, dwl with 

Charles Gallagher 
Gardon Marc, hatter, W s Third bet Market and 

Stevenson 
GAILHARD BROTHERS (Charles, Gabriel, 

Justin and Edward) proptrs Cal Hotel, SE 

corner Dupont and Commercial 



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Gailhard Edward (Gailhard Brothers) Oalifor- 

nia Hotel 
Gailhard Gabriel, (Gailhard Brotlwrs) California 

Bote] 
Gailhard Justin (Gailhtird Brothers) Oalifomia 

Hotel 
Gaimann Win. tailor, dwl s\V cor Pacific and 

Powell 
Gainon William, laborer 8. P. Has Co. 

(ialacar Charles, dwl Black Point 

(Jale A. book-keeper, bda What Cheer House 
Gale Charles T. driver with N'. B. Jacobs & Co. 
NE cor Jones and Sansome 

Gale Jeremiah \V. fruits. 99 and 101 Davis, dwl 

S s Hubbard bet Second and Third 
Gale John, oarpenter at 181 Montgomery 
Gale W. I!. BOtor, Lyceum Theatre 

Galena .lean, carpenter, W s Second bet Mission 

and Minna 
Gallagher Bernard, boiler-maker, dwl Winthrop 

House, Mission 
Gallagher ( Bernard) & Farren (J. W.) wagon 

makers, 16 Bush, bds with Mich. Dermody 
Gallagher Bridget (widow) groceries and liquors, 

W s Powell bet Post and Sutter 
Gallagher Charles, plumber, dwl N s Folsombet 

Simmons and Harris 
Gallagher Dennis, mason, dwl N s Pacific near 

Powell 
Gallagher Dennis J. mason, bds St. Charles Ho- 
tel. First 
Gallagher Edward, dwl W s Jones nr Bush 
Gallagher Edward, painter, lids 58 Pacific 
Gallagher (Edward A. T.) & Co. {Charles E. 

Gibbs) inspectors and re-packers provisions, 

E s Beale nr Market, dwl SE cor Turk and 

Taylor 
Gallagher Hannah, nurse at St. Mary's Hospital. 

Stockton near Vallejo 
Gallagher (Hugh) k Co. (Thos. Neagle) coopers, 

43 Washington, dwl NE corner Washington 

and Davis 
Gallagher Hugh J. dwl NW cor Davis and Com 
Gallagher J. laborer Vulcan Foundry 
Gallagher James, real estate, dwl N W corner 

Kearny and Pine 
Gallagher James, blacksmith with Gallagher & 

Farren, dwl SE cor Perry and Third 
Gallagher James, laundry, N s Washington near 

Stockton 
Gallagher James, painter with Hamilton White 
Gallagher James, porter St. Mary's Hospital, 

Stockton bet Broadway and Vallejo 
Gallagher James J. blacksmith, dwl S s Union 

between Powell and Mason 
Gallagher John, laboratory U. S. B. Mint, dwl 

Jessie bet Ecker and First 
Gallagher John P. brass-molder with J. C. 

Ayres, dwl X s Oregon nr Front 
Gallagher Joseph M. clerk with James Phelan, 

rooms cor Sacramento and Stockton 
Gallagher Mary (widow) dwl 14 Sacramento 
Gallagher Michael, doorkeeper U. S. B. Mint, dwl 

N s Filbert between Dupont and Kearny 
Gallagher Patrick, baker with Thomas Gibbons, 

dwl 248 Dupont 
Gallagher Patrick, laborer, bds at Manhattan 

House, cor Front and Broadway 



Gallagher Peter, blacksmith, dwl Virginia Place 
near Dupont 

Gallagher Peter, boiler-maker, dwl N s Natoma 

between First and Second 
Gallagher Thomas (McKewen & G.) dwl 16 Na- 
toma 
Gallagher Thomas J. clerk with Edmund Scott, 

dwl 27<> Washington 
Gallagher William R. with Henderson Bros, dwl 

Harlan Place 
Gallagher Win. It. bds Brooks House 
Gallaher C. plumber Sugar Refinery, cor Harri- 
son and Price 
Galland A. dwl N s John near Powell 
Gallardo V. V. attorney-at-law, 63 Montgomery 

Block, dwl SE cor Pacific and Dupont 
Gallea Madame (widow) midwife, dwl S s Bdwy 
Gallegan Patrick, laborer, dwl N s Pacific near 

Powell 
Gallichan Mathew, blacksmith, old San Jose 

Road 
Galligen Charles, portertwith Loud & Hosmer, dwl 

s Mason bet Sacramento and Clay 
Gallopin Francis, laundry, dwl S s Jackson nr 

Mason rear 
Galloup Jerome B. stone and earthenware, 34 

Clay, dwl NE cor O'Farrell and William 
Galloway Bridget Mrs. dwl W s Lafayette near 

Union 
Galloway James, carpenter, rooms 20 Trinity 
Galloway John G. lather, dwl W s Lafayette nr 

Union 
Galloway Joseph, wharfinger Steamboat Point 

Wharf, foot Third, dwl W s Powell nr Vallejo 
Galloway Sarah Ann Miss, bds with Mrs. Bridget 

Galloway 
Galloway Wm. mariner, dwl S s Stevenson bet 

Third and Fourth 
Galtz J. H. mariner, dwl Scotland N s Filbert nr 

Mason 
Galvin J. J. at American Bakery, 223 Pacific 
Galvin Morris, liquor saloon, 42 First 
Galvin Nellie Miss, with D. Norcross, boards with 

Miss Maggie Griffin 
GAMAGE SAMUEL, merchant, boards Hotel 

International 
Gamba Louis, cook Martin's Restaurant 
Gambert Felix (Lemoine, Froment & Co.) res 

San Jose 
Gambill Andrew J. dwl S s Mission bet Ellen 

and Brown 
Gamble Francis, lodgings, NE cor Sacramento 

and LeidesdorfT 
Gamble James, Superintendent and Secretary 

State Telegraph, 162 Montgomery, dwl S 8 

Minna bet First and Second 
Gamble Lewis, dwl NE cor Sacramento and Leid 
Gamboa P. miner, bds with Geo. Ackley 
Game M. F. clerk office Superintendent Public 

Instruction, dwl SW cor Wash and Stock 
Gammans George B. (John H. Bosworth & Co.) 

dwl 202 Washington, room 1 
Gammons M. B. carpenter, bds with Mrs. Mary 

J. Williams 
Ganara John, dwl N s Sac, bet Drumm and East 
Gang Hermann, carpenter, bds 62 and 64 Pacific 
GanglofT F. J. stoves and tinware, 93 Kearny, 

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Gktngloff Joseph, tinner, dwl E s Clara bet Bush 
and Sutter 

Gankc Charles, saloon Turn-Verein Hall, dwl 
N s Bush nr Powell 

Canning Thomas, dwl SW cor Sansome and Pine 

Gannon James, melter U. S. Branch Mint, dwl 
W s Vincent bet Green and Union 

Gannon P. tobacconist, bds What Cheer House 

Gannon Peter T. clerk with A. A. Son, dwl 3 
Central Place 

Gannon Thomas, barkeeper Hotel International, 
bds with Nicholas Hale 

Gano D. EL Ixls What Cheer House 

Cans [sador, with Samuel Cans, dwl 195 Jackson 

Cans Samuel, Pennsylvania Market, 195 Jackson 

Cannier (Richard) & Kersch (Michael) black- 
smiths and wagon-makers, N s Pacific near 
Montgomery, bds Washington House, Pacific 
near Montgomery 

Garbel George, waiter Martin's Restaurant 

Garcelon Harvey, carpenter, dwl N s Tehama bet 
Fourth and Fifth 

Garcia Damase, cigar'ito-maker, dwl with Jesus 
Moreno 

Garcia Francisco, barkeeper Bank Exchange, dwl 
E s Central Place nr Pine 

Garcia Jesus, barber with Ciprico & Ewald 

Garcia Manuel, laborer, bds with Peralta Peta 

Garcine Leopold P. machinist, N s Sutter bet 
Montgomery and Sansome 

Garcon Andrew, cigar manf, dwl S s Vallejo nr 
Mason 

Gardener M. clothing, SE cor Green and Dupont 

Gardiner Antonio, dwl with Mrs. E. M. Gardiner 

Gardiner Ellen M. (widow) dwl S s Mission bet 
Ellen and Brown 

Gardiner James J. surveyor, dwl S s Mission bet 
Ellen and Brown 

Gardiner John H. salesman with Wm. Alvord 
& Co. dwl 233 Washington 

Gardiner Mary E. second-assistant Rincon Gram- 
mar School, dwl Belden nr Bush 

Gardiner Samuel (Stowell & G.) dwl 215 Clay 

Gardner Geo. M. painter, N s Pacific near Front, 
dwl N s Francisco nr Dupont 

Gardner (Jared M.) & Coleman (David R.) ship- 
smiths, 173 Front, dwl 217 Stockton 

Gardner James H Register Clerk Custom House, 
dwl 236 Washington 

Gardner (John) & Co. (Pat'k Hunt & J. K. Bow- 
man) proptrs Pioneer Line of Omnibusses, 
office Kearny near Clay, stables Third bet 
Tehama and Folsom 

Gardner Joseph D. laborer Tubbs & Co.'s rope- 
walk Potrero 

Gardner Nicholas, gardener, bds Meyer's Hotel 

Gardner Robert G. dwl W s Ritch bet Folsom 
and Harrison 

Gardner W. A. milkman Call's Ranch, Presidio 
Road 

Gardner Wm. driver with John Gardner & Co. 

Garey F. bds Benton House 

Gargan Patrick, teamster, bds with J. McDevitt 

Garigan L. laborer, dwl S s Filbert bet Mont- 
gomery and Sansome 

Gariot Julie, laundry, 236 Washington 

Garkans George, groceries and liquors, SW cor 
Union and Sonoma 



Garland Geo. seaman, dwl W s Jones nr Sutter 

Garneau Gaspard, book-keeper, dwl 198 Cali- 
fornia, rear 

Garner J. C. dwl Filbert corner Polk 

Garner R. B. steward of California Engine, dwl 
N s Market bet Sansome and Battery 

Garnery F. dwl N s Lombard nr Powell 

Garness Thomas, clothing manfacturer, dwl 14 
Battery, rear 

Garnett A. Somervail, clerk U. S. Branch Mint, 
dwl with L. A. Garnett 

Garnett Louis A. melter and refiner U. S. Branch 
Mint, dwl NE cor Harrison & Essex 

Garnetzpo Charles, painter, bds Union House, 
Stewart 

Gamier Jean, barkeeper with F. Jobit, dwl Man- 
sion nouse 

Garniss James R. commission merchant, SE cor 
Front and Sacramento, bds 269 Stockton 

Garratt Joseph ( W. T. & J. Garratt) dwl W s 
Tavlor bet Sutter and Post 

GARRATT WILLIAM T. & JOSEPH, brass 
and bellfounders, SW cor Market and First, 
dwl S s Howard nr First 

Garraud John, dentist, 203 Clay 

Garren Wm. cap-maker, dwl SW cor Jessie and 
Ecker 

Garrett James, carpenter, dwl W s Sansome bet 
Green and Vallejo 

Garrett James, driver with Skelly & Co. dwl N s 
Minna bet Jane and Second 

Garretson Benjamin, ship-carpenter, bds with G. 
B. Kerlin 

Garretson J. W. carpenter, Mission Dolores 

Garric 0. real estate agent, rooms 233 Jackson 

Garrioch Alexander (M:K/nlay, G. & Co.) 110 
Bat, dwl S s Gearv bet Mason and Powell 

GARRISON C. K. & CO. ( William R. Garrison) 
office rooms 4 and 6 Court Block, residence 
New York 

Garrison Lewis B. drayman with Castle & Free- 
born, dwl rear Metropolitan Hotel 

GARRISON WILLIAM R. (C. K. Garrison & 
Co.) office room 4 Court Block, dwl NW cor 
Third and Tehama 

Garrity Bridget Miss, ironer Chelsea Laundry 

Garrity Margaret Miss, ironer Chelsea Laundry 

Garrone Felix, liquors and billiards, 134 Clay 

Garthorne Charles, clerk, dwl SE cor Harrison 
and Fremont 

Garthwaite Henry, book-keeper Empire Ware- 
house, dwl N s Leav bet Clay and Sac 

Gartlemann Daniel, liquor saloon, SW corner 
Drumm and Jackson 

Garvey Catherine (widow) dwl W s Third bet 
Bryant and Silver 

Garvey J. Purcell, searcher records, etc. 102 
Merchant, dwl with Mrs. C. Garvey 

Garvey Peter, dwl Cadcll Place nr Union 

Garvey Wm. laborer, dwl 1 St. Marys 

Garvey Wm. V. Dep Sup Im, 21 U. S. Court 
Building, dwl with Mrs. C. Garvey 

Garvill P. Eldredge, carpenter, dwl W s Vir- 
ginia nr Jackson 

Garvin James, porter with Parrott & Co. 

Garvin P. carpenter Lyceum Theatre 

Garwig Constant (Boucher & G.) dwl 298 Stock 

Garwood D. S. dwl cor Powell and Geary 



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(', A HWOOl) (George M.)k AMHROSKfN 

proprietors Merchant St. Market. 68 Mer- 
chant, and restaurant. 118 Montgomery, dwl 
B s Geary bet Powell and Stockton 

Garwood Joseph s. with II. Wetherbee, Stewart 

Gary Julia, domestic with Miss Maggie Griffin 

ne Gregory, latiorer, B a Powell bet Clay 
ami Sacramento 

Gaskin Charles, watchman, SE cor Battery and 
Washington 

riaskin E. M. special pohceman 

Gaane Melaine (widow) saloon, NW cor Ritch 

ami Brannan 

Gaspard Gustave, shoemaker, dwl Third near 
Market 

Gaspari M. room 20, 279 Dupont 

Gass Elizabeth (widow) dwl with John H. Gass 

Gass John 11. attorney-at-law, dwl S s Town- 
send bet First and Second 

Gassavodi John, fruit-stand, 158 Kearny 

Gassert Wm. liquor saloon, S s Mission bet Price 
and Johnston 

Gassner Autoine, butcher, dwl S s Clary bet 
Ritch and Fourth 

Gassner Daniel D. agent Wood, Eddy & Co. NE 
cor Montgomery and California 

Gassner Valentine, shoemaker, rear Mission Do- 
lores Church 

Gateley John, boarding, 94 Pacific 

Gateley Margaret, domestic with F. Vassault 

Gateley Michael, carpenter, bds with Thomas J. 
Gately 

Gateley Patrick, butcher with J. P. Holden, 35 
Pacific 

GATELY THOMAS J. lumber and contractor, 
N s Market bet Dupont and Kearny, dwl 
N s Everett bet Third and Fourth 

Gateley William, carpenter, bds with Thomas J. 
Gately 

Gaterman Henry, house and sign-painter, NW 
cor Market and Kearny 

Gates DanieL shoemaker, dwl N s Filbert nr Du- 
pont, rear 

GATES HORATIO S. physician, and Supervi- 
sor Third District, dwl 68 Merchant 

Gathorne Charles, book-keeper with Hobart & 
Brother, dwl Harrison nr Fremont 

Gatley John laborer Fort Point 

Gatzet John, dwl 14 Specht's Bdg, Bdwy, rear 

Gaubatz Ferdinand, laborer, dwl 67 Pine 

Gaubatz Philip, laborer, bds 67 Pine 

Gaul J. laborer Albion Foundry 

Gauley James A. real estate broker, 97 Merchant, 
dwl W s Stockton bet California and Pine 

Gault John, laborer. 404 Stockton, rear 

Gaune Blaise, Croix Federale Hotel, 132 Clay 

Gautier Frederick. French Consul, office and dwl 
277 Stockton 

GAUTIER LEON P. physician, 125 California, 
dwl N s Ellis nr Mason 

Gavard Peter, dwl 151 Commercial 

GAVEN D. broker, SE cor Mont and Com 

Gaven Dominic, clerk with C. Hudson & Co. dwl 
Yallejo nr Mason 

Gavigan William, clothing, dwl N s O'Farrellbet 
Dupont and Stockton 

Gavin Patrick laborer, dwl S s Stevenson bet 
Ecker and Second 



Garville Francois, gardener with M'lle Caroline 
Duval 
an Benjamin 0. dwl St. Francis Hotel 
Gawley William II. agent (!. A. MeiggB, pier 1 

Stewart, dwl S s Harrison nr Fremont 
Gay A. C. dwl N s Mission bet Tracy and Sparks 
Gay Charles, clerk with John C. Bell, rms with 

Samuel W. Daggett 
Gay John, seaman, dwl S s Greenwich near Du- 
pont, rear 
Gay M. Mrs. seamstress, dwl Ns Vallejo near 

Powell, rear 
Gay Susan Mrs. seamstress with Mrs. S. Robb 
Gaylord Wm. H. hackmao at Miller A Hopkins 
GayleC. T. (N. B. Jacobs & Co.) cor Sansomeand 

Commercial 
Gaylord Horace 0. broker, 150 Montgomery 
Gaynor Mathew, driver with A. G. Ramsdell, 

dwl N s St Charles near Kearny 
Gaynor Wm. Union Foundry, bds Staten Island 

House 
Gazlay David M. (Ingles & G.) dwl El Dorado Bdg 
Geanti Alphonse, butcher Alden's Restaurant 
Geariab John, waterman, bds 26 Battery 
Gearon Dennis, waiter Oriental Hotel 
Gebhard Frederick, blacksmith with M. W. Allen, 

dwl 21 Bush 
Gebler ( Tlieodore) & Koch ( Gottfreid) tinners, S 8 
Clay bet Dupont and Stockton, dwl SE cor 
Pine and Dupont 
Geddes Charles, house-carpenter, S s Mission bet 

Price and Harris 
Geddes (John S.) & Bailey (F. P.) butter, cheese, 
etc. 7 and 8 Washington Market, dwl W s 
Taylor bet Clay and Washington 
Gedeon A. bds St. Nicholas Hotel 
Gedge Geo. dwl N s Jackson nr Powell 
Gee Lewis, printer with Towne & Bacon, dwl E 

Wetmore Place bet Washington and Clay s 
Gee Sing (Chinese) washing, N s Bush bet San- 
some and Battery 
Geer Joseph, fisherman, dwl S s Commercial nr 

Davis 
Geggers Charles, butcher Charley's Market, W s 

Third bet Howard and Everett 
Gehardy Philip, at Winchester Market, 88 

Kearny 
Gehricke Otto F. (Dewar & G.) dwl N s Clemen- 
tina bet Third and Fourth 
Geigax Samuel, with Joseph E. Clark, dwl S s 

Cal bet Kearny and Dupont 
Geiger Charles, baker, rms with Jacob Hoeberlein 
Geils Henry, grocer, SW cor Kearny and Sutter 
Geimann William (Canty & G.) dwl cor Pacific 

and Powell 
Geisel Frank, barber, 96 Pacific 
Geist William, watchmaker and jeweler, 209 

Kearny 
Gelcich Y. physician, office 227 Dupont 
Gelien Rudolph G. merchant, dwl NW cor Mer- 
chant and Stone 
Gellatley James, books and stationery, SW cor 

Bush and Montgomery 
Gelston Marvin E. clerk, dwl with R. Gelston 
Gelston Roland Capt. real estate, dwl 168 Mission 
Genard Francois, preserved fruits, W s Second 
bet Mission and Jessie, dwl 402 Stock, rear 
Gendar Edward F. fruits, dwl S s Perry nr Thir^ 



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Genella Charles, clerk with J. Genella, dwl 

184: Montgomery 
GENELLA JOSEPH, imp crockery and glass- 
ware, 180 aud 182 Mont, dwl 184 Mont 
Geneve (Louis) & Berger (Gabriel) carpenters 

and contractors, 192 Com, dwlCalifor. Hotel 
Genine M. Mrs. dwl NE cor Vallejo and Dupont 
Gensberir<r Max, clerk with Kline & Co. dwl S s 

Vallejo bet Mason and Powell 
Gensler Hermann, cigars, 31 Pacific 
Gensler (Michael) tfc Co. (James Piatt) tailors, 111 

Merchant 
Gensoul Adrian, collector French Hospital, 159 k 

Sacramento, dwl S s Post nr Powell 
Genstnng Hermiue, grocer, dwl S s Union near 

Stockton 
Genuug A. M. Mrs. daguerrean gallery, SE cor 

Clay and Kearny 
Geoghegan Barth. drayman with M. Mayblum 
Georgar Benjamin, dwl SE cor Hinckley and 

Pinckney Place 
George David H. foreman Bensley "Water "Works 
George Henry, compositor Home Journal, dwl 

276 Dupont nr Broadway 
George (Henry A.) & Finch ( Wm. G.) livery 

stable, N s Bush nr Kearny, bds 152 Cal 
George James C. book-keeper with 0. F. Giffin & 

Bro. dwl NE cor Sutter and Montgomery 
George John, seaman, bds Columbia House, 

Stewart 
George John F. seaman, dwl SW cor Sac aud 

Drumm 
George Peter, Union House, W s Stewart bet 

Market and Mission 
George R. merchandise broker, NW cor Front 

and Commercial 
George Stephens, laborer, dwl W s Sansome bet 

Vallejo and Green 
Georges James, mattress-manf, S s Broadway nr 

Dupont 
Geraghty B. watchman Custom House 
Gerard Caroline Mine, laundress, 61 Montgomery 
Gerard George, cutter, dwl S s Stevenson bet 

Second and Ecker, rear 
Geraud Stephen, drayman, dwl 89 Broadway 
Gerber J. B. boot and shoemaker, 191 Dupont 
GERBERD1NG C. 0. & CO. (James W. Simonton 

and Geo. K. Fitch) editors and proptrs Eve'g 

Bulletin, SE cor Mont and Merch, dwl N s 

Clay bet Taylor and Jones 
Gerckens Henry, hatter, 110 Sac, up-stairs 
Gerdes John C. liquor saloon, SW cor Sacramento 

and Drumm 
Gereau Wm. B. ship-carver, W s Drumm bet 

Jackson and Pacific, dwl S s Bryant bet 

First and Second 
Gerima Charles, cook Martin's Restaurant 
Gerima Josephine Mrs. proprietress South Park 

Hotel, N s Brannan bet Fourth and Ritch 
Gering William, driver for John Gardner & Co. 
Gerke Henry, fanner, office 2 Washington, dwl 

W s Mason nr Eddy 
Gerlach Conrad, boot and shoemaker, 83 Kearny 
German Henry, drayman, dwl W 8 O'Farrell bet 

Taylor and Jones 
Germendez Eloy, rooms 232 Sacramento 
Gerry David, porter with Frank Baker, dwl Hill- 
man's Temperance House 



Gerry S. R., M. D. physician City Hospital, dwl 

237 Washington 
Gerstung Henry, wholesale and jobber groceries, 

93 and 95 Cal, dwl Union nr Powell 
Gerstung Hermann, salesman with Henry Ger- 
stung, 93 California 
Gerty John, laborer, dwl Salmon Place bet Pacific 

and Broadway 
Gervais Prosper, groceries, 255 Dupont 
Gerwes J. (Kelly & G.) SW cor Dupont and 
Jackson 

Gester , painter, dwl 57 Sansome 

Getchell George, bds with Adonia Fulton 
Getchell J. C. stoves aud tinware, 23 Clay, dwl 

SK cor Sacramento and Davis 
Getleson Henry (H. Getleson & Brothers, Shasta) 

office 65 California, dwl 49 Bush 
Getz Louis, cook with Engelberg & Siebrecht 
Getz Mary, domestic with Adolph Plate 
Geyer John, brewer with Adam Meyer 
Geyser John, workman with J. G. Clark & Co. 

bds What Cheer House 
Geysler Louis, butcher, dwl 336 Dupont 
Gheringheli Elie, cook, dwl with J. F. Brown 
GHIRARDELL1 D. impr and manuf. of chocolate 

and coffee, 123 Jackson, resides Oakland 
Giandoni Giovani, saloon, NE cor Dupont and 

Green 
Gianuini Peter A. watch-case maker. 174 Clay 
G1BB DANIEL & CO. (William Gibb, William 
West Watson and Thomas Thomson) com- 
mission merchants, SW cor Front and Val- 
lejo, dwl S s Chestnut near Kearny 
Gibb James, barkeeper with Henry Buchanan, 

dwl 52 Commercial 
Gibb Thomas Mrs. dwl SW cor Kearny and 

Chestnut 
Gibb William (Daniel Gibb & Co.) dwl S s Chest- 
nut near Kearny 
Gibbons Bridget, domestic with John Bevans 
Gibbons Jane (widow) dwl N s Vallejo between 

Montgomery and Sansome 
Gibbons John, waiter with Bryan & Blumenthal, 

dwl 127 Clay 
Gibbons Patrick, cook with Brazel & McCarthy, 

211 Kearny 
Gibbons Rodmond, agents Dupont's powder, 75 

California, residence Oakland 
Gibbous Theodore, clerk, dwl Tremont House 
Gibbons Thomas, saloon, E s Stockton nr Union 
Gibbons Thomas, baker, 248 Dupont 
Gibbs Amos, brick-mason, dwl 8 Brenham Place 
Gibbs Belinda Mrs. dwl Fort Point 
Gibbs Charles E. ( Gallagher & Co.) dwl S s Jack- 
son bet Powell and Mason 
Gibbs Cornelius V. S. merchant, dwl N s Eddy 

near Taylor 
Gibbs George, laborer, bds What Cheer House 
Gibbs George W. (George C. Johnson dc Co.) 

dwl S s Howard bet Third and Fourth 
Gibbs John S. broker, pier 13 Stewart, bds 140 

Front 
Gibbs Joseph (colored) house-cleaner, dwl 6 

Virginia 
Gibbs Patrick H. machinist, dwl W s First bet 

Minna and Natoma 
Giblin Thomas, plain and ornamental plasterer, 
dwl Scott Place 



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Giblin Michael, mason, dwl E b Mason nr Bdwy 
(Jiiilin Timothy, liquor saloon, Railroad Exchange, 

I Sacramento 
Gibney J. newsman, bds Ninntic Hotel 
Gibney John, blacksmith, dwl 101 Kearny 
Gibney Margaret (widow) dwl S 8 Sutter bet 

Kearny and iMipont 
Gibon Paul X. waiter, 1G8 California, dwl 224 

Saeramen O 
Gibson II. G. Quartermaster Third Artillery, 

Presidio 
Gibson dames A. milkman, Raymond's Ranch, 

Pine cor Polk 
GIBSON LEWIS, commission merchant, 26 

Battery, dwl 24 Battery 
Gibson Margaret (widow) dwl N s Union bet 

Kearny and Montgomery 
Gibson Moses (colored) seaman, dwl W s Mason 

near Pacific 
Gibson Richard, carpenter with Thomas W. 

Clark, bds Mission Street House 
Gibson William II. (colored) barber with Charles 

Queen, dwl Kearny near Union 
flies Adam, barber, 79 Kearny, dwl SW corner 

Bush and Kearny 
Gies {John) & Brother {Killian Gies) barbers, 

Hotel International 
(lies Killiau {Gies & Bro) dwl St. Charles Place 
Gieseman Henry, tailor, dwl 118 Dupont 
Giffin H. E. (0. F. Giffin & Brother) resides 

New York 
Gitfiu John, stoves and tinware, NW cor Stockton 

and Card's Alley 
GIFFIN 0. F. & BROTHER {H. E. Giffin) im- 
porters and jobbers fruits, nuts, etc., 89 

Front, dwl S s Post near Montgomery 
Giffing J. M. plasterer, bds 89 Bush 
Gifford C. B. artist, dwl N s Francisco nr Dupont 
Gilford Paul J. salesman wife Henderson & 

Brothers, dwl with H. P. Eastham 
Gifford \V. H. workman with J. G. Clark & Co. 
Gigguos George {Moore & G.) dwl E s Fourth 

bet Howard and Tehama 
Gignoux Cesar, broker, dwl 40 Post 
Gihon Thomas, engraver, 167 Clay, dwl N s 

Bryant bet Second and Third 
Gilbert Christopher, boiler-maker with Coffey & 

Risdon 
Gilbert Edmond, liquor saloon. S s Pacific bet 

Davis and Drumm 
Gilbert Ferdinand, proptr Gilbert's Melodeon, 

NE corner Clay and Kearny, and billiard 

saloon, 123 Sacramento 
Gilbert George S. Phenix Oil Works, 57 Wash- 
ington, dwl 286 Washington 
Gilbert H. W. bds Brooks House, 16 Sansome 
Gilbert Julia C. Miss, teacher Spring Valley 

School, bds with Mrs. M. K. Hosmer 
Gilbert Madame, dwl E s Adelle Alley between 

Stockton and Powell 
Gilbert Victor, barber, 294 Stockton 
Gilbertson Emma Miss, dwl Franklin House 
Gilchrist Ira, carpenter, N s Minna bet Third 

and Fourth 
Gilchrist James H. barkeeper with H. Ratliff, 

cor Davis and Pacific 
Gilchrist John G. books and stationery, 127 

Montgomery, dwl 246 Powell 



Gildemeester Adrian II. merchandise broker, and 

Consul Xueva Granada, 116 Battery, dwl 

SW cor Lombard and Taylor 
Gildemeester J. P. II. Consul for Netherlands, 

116 Battery, dwl L56 Sacramento 
Gildersleeve Wright, liarkeeper Abbey Hotel, 

McLaren Lane 
Giles Frederick M. carpenter with J. G. Giles, 

dwl 131 Jackson 
Giles J. G. builder. 1.17 Jackson 
Gilfeather James, dwl Pacific W of Taylor 
Gilfeather Michael, laborer, bds with P. Creighton 

(lill Andrew, Phoenix Saloon, Folsom St. Wharf 
Gill Horatio B. coal, NE cor Broadway and Front, 

dwl E s Kearny nr Bush 
Gill James, laborer S. F. Gas Co. bds with John 

McMullin 
Gill Margaret, domestic with T. J. A. Chambers 
Gill Middleton S. clerk with Eugene Casserly, 

dwl S s Francisco nr Dupont 
Gill Owen, barkeeper Phoenix Saloon, Folsom 

Street Wharf 
Gill Wm. shoemaker, bds St. Charles Hotel, First 
Gill Wm. machinist, bds St. Charles Hotel, First 
Gill Wm. J. bds Western House, Stewart 
Gillagin Mary, domestic with 0. P. Sutton 
Gillan James, laborer, dwl W s Sansome bet 

Green and Union 
Gillen Patrick, laborer, dwl 87 Jackson 
Gillespie Archibald, blacksmith, dwl S s Sher- 
wood Place nr Third 
GILLESPIE (C*. V. ) & GRAY (G. H.) attorneys- 

at-law, 212 Washington, dwl NW corner 

Chestnut and Kearny 
Gillespie Farnham, bds Branch Hotel 
Gillespie Isador, clothier, S s Pacific bet Davis 

and Drumm 
Gillespie J. Miller, bds What Cheer House 
Gillespie James, broom-maker with C. W. & G. 

W. Armes, bds What Cheer House 
Gillespie James, laborer, dwl S s Hinckley bet 

Kearny and Dupont, rear 
Gillespie Patrick, laborer, dwl W s Varenne 
Gillespie S. books and stationery, dwl 75 Bush 
Gillespie Thomas, dwl 233 Washington 
Gillespie Wm. laborer, bds with Jas. Cornynn 
Gillespie Wm. teamster with Doyle & Anderson, 

bds Central House, Sansome 
Gillet David, maltster Empire Brewery, dwl 106 

Jessie 
Gilligan Charles, porter with Loud, Hosmer & Co. 

dwl Mason nr Clay 
Gilliland G. W. warehouse entry clerk Custom 

House, dwl 233 Washington 
Gilliu Bernard, waiter with Trapet & Richet, dwl 

S s Broadway bet Stockton and Powell 
Gillin Pat'k, mason, Fort Point, dwl N s Presidio 

Road rear Presidio House 
Gillis Angus, delivery clerk Custom House, dwl 

S s Brannan bet Price and Harris 
Gillis John, hackman, bds with Samuel B. Alden 
Gillis S. E. compositor Herald, dwl SE corner 

Brannan and Price 
Gillit M. M. cooper, dwl W s Fremont nr Bryant 
Gillmor John B. compositor Times, dwl S s Jessie 

bet First and Second 
Gillmore Henry, clerk Niantic Hotel 
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Gillon Bernard, steward, dwl S s Broadway near 

Stockton, rear 
Gillson Wm. bds What Cheer House 
OILMAN A. M. & CO. (E. S. Davis and Fred'k 
Smith) importers and jobber wines and 
liquors, 82 Front, dwl 238 Washington 
Oilman Charles, porter with EobartA Brother 
Oilman Dudley T. strainer Contra Costa 
Oilman Joseph Jr. boat-builder, SB cor Market 

and Main, dwl 59 Natoma 
Oilman Moses B. drayman with McRuer & Mer- 
rill, dwl Bush Street House 
Oilman T. C. builder and contractor, dwl S s 

Broadway nr Battery 
GILMER JEREMIAH P. Captain U. S. A. 
Corps Engineers com'g Fort Point, office 57 
Mont Blk, dwl NE cor First and Harrison 
Gilmore George W. (Hobbs, G. & Go.) dwl E s 

Second bet Mission and Stevenson 
Gilmore Henry, assistant clerk Niantic Hotel 
Gilmore Henry C. cook with Place & Fountain 
Gilmore John W. A. broker, 46 Front, dwl 56 

Broadway 
Gilmore Samuel, dwl St. Charles Place 
Gilmore Stephen D. (Hobbs, Gilmore & Co.) dwl 

N s Folsom bet First and Second 
Gihnour John, room 215 Pacific 
Oilmonr Mary T. Miss, dressmaker, dwl 6 Third 
Gilogley Matilda, domestic with H. C. Bid well 
Gilroy Thomas, carpenter, dwl W s Minna bet 

Jane and Third 
Gilson Charles, laborer, dwl S s Market nr Spear 
Gilson Edward, Deputy Inspector Beef and Pork, 

156 Battery 
Gilson Frederick W. compositor, dwl NW cor 

Sacramento and Waverley Place 
Gilson James, hostler with Frank Farley 
Gilson Susan Mrs. dwl S s Sherwood Place bet 

Second and Third 
Gimme John, tinsmith, Bartlett Alley, dwl 260 

Dupont 
Gincosta Antonio, laundry, S s Commercial bet 

Drurnm and Mast 
Gingras Mary Mrs. dwl 150 Bush 
Ginnesa P. M. compositor Alta California 
Ginsberg A. fruits, etc. 350 Stockton 
GIORGIANI A. wholesale fruits, 115 Wash 
Girard Achillc, dwl E s Adelle Alley nr Jackson 
^Girard Louis, laundry, 51 Montgomery 
Girard M. Miss, laundry, 51 Montgomery 
Giraud Eugene, clerk with Justinien Caire, dwl 

N s Vallejo bet Montgomery and Kearny 
Giraud Jean, at Lafayette Brewery, Ss Green nr 

Powell 
Giraux Adelaide Mrs. midwife, 298 Stockton 
Girod Jark, laundry, dwl E s Adelle Alley near 

Jackson 
Giveus George W. with R. F. Knox & Co. Bryant 

nr Fourth 
Givins John (colored) room-cleaner, boards with 

Samuel Davis 
Glackmyre John, barkeeper, 162 Washington 
Gladding A. J. keeper Public Pound, California 

nr Larkin 
Gladding Allen I. 43 Sacramento, dwl cor Lar- 
kin and California 
Glair Thus. 11. hack-driver, dwl NE cor Wash- 
ington and Dupont 



Glary Hannah, housekeeper with W. H. B ossom 

Glass John (Schucken & G.) dwl W s Dupont bet 
Jackson and Pacific 

Glassell {Andrew) & Thompson (R. Aug.) attor- 
neys-at-la\v, 26 U. S. Ct. Building, dwl N s 
Clementina nr Second 

Glasgow James K. bricklayer, dwl 119 Bush 

Glaze Leroy N. compositor Home Journal, dwl 
Bryant Place 

Gleason Daniel, bds Mechanics' Hotel 

Gleason Henry, porter What Cheer House 

GLEASON HENRY B. importer carriage and 
wagon stock, 47 Battery 

Gleason James, printer, dwl 61 Montgomery 

Gleason Patrick, saloon, 63 Pacific 

Gleason Wm. blacksmith, Market, bds N s Sut- 
ter bet Sansome and Montgomery 

Gleddin Albert M. ship-carpenter, dwl S s Pros- 
pect Place nr Pine 

Glein Charles F. hardware, N s Mission bet 
Second and Third 

Glenn Patrick, teamster, dwl with Wm. Kerr 

Glenn William, SW cor Mont and Chestnut, Tel- 
egraph Hill 

Glidden (Alfred) & Littlefield (John W.) ship- 
wrights, S s Market nr Spear dwl Howard 
nr First 

Glidden George W. Constable 6th Township, of- 
fice and dwl with Thos. Dorland 

Gliddon Charles E. Field Note Clerk U. S. Sur. 
Gen. dwl E s Ritch nr Brannau 

Glinden James, blacksmith, 38 Webb, dwl cor 
Ritch and Harrison 

Glinsey Wm. cook with Alex. McDonald 

Glischmann Cecelia (widow) dwl with L. Naten 

Glock Kolman, segar-maker, dwl 194 Pacific 

Glover John, dwl N s Market bet Kearny and 
Montgomery 

Gluck John F. proprietor Volks Garden, NW cor 
Folsom and Second 

Glusing ( George) & Riehter (George) groceries, 
SW cor Greenwich and Taylor 

Gluyas George K. proprietor Sutter Iron Works, 
E s First bet Mission and Market, dwl N s 
Mission bet Fourth and Fifth 

Gluyas Reese W. clerk with A. L. Bancroft & 

Co. 
Gluyas William, engineer, Sutter Iron Works 
Gluyas William B. book-keeper with Cobb & 

Sinton, dwl with G. K. Gluyas 
Glynn Mary, domestic with Reynold Davis 
Glynn J. inspector Custom House 
Gnosspelins Frederick, Clerk Scandinavian So- 
ciety, Custom House Block 
Gobbe Joseph, pattern-maker Sutter Iron Works, 

dwl S s Folsom bet First and Second 
Gobener Ernst, groceries and liquors, SW cor 

Third and Brannan 
Gobener Henry, clerk, bds at Atlantic Hotel 
Gochey (Thomas A.) k. Terwilleger (Edward) 

carpenters and builders, 17.S Jackson 
GODCHAUX BROTHERS (Adolph and Joseph) 

importers fancy dry goods, 98 Sansome, dwl 

N s Vallejo bet Stockton and Powell 
Godchaux Jacques, broker, dwl N s Hinckley nr 

Dupont 
Godchaux Joseph ( Godchaux Bros. ) dwl N s 

Vallejo bet Stockton and Powell 



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Qodchaux Laeeard, dry goods, NE cor Mission 

ami Second 
GODDARD, {ElmaQwm R) BLAN8C0M [John 

U.) k RANKIN' (Ira P.) (and Willi,,,,, ./. 

Riijini) proprietors Pacific Foundry, K a 

First lut Mis-ion and Natoma, bds with Mrs. 

Rutherford, 23 Minna 
Goddanl Qeorge EL parser P. M. 9. Golden Gate, 

NW cor Sacramento and Liedeadorff 
Goddard Henry K. Btudent, bds 2:! Minna 
(ioddot V". LTurisniitlt at 206 Washington 
Godeau Alexia, laundry, 106 Broadway 
Godeffroy (Alfred) Sillem ( W',,,.) k Co. lumber, 

111 Clay, dwl BE cor Sacrameuto and Pros- 
pect Place 
Qodeua John 1>. washing fluid manufacturer, N s 

Tehama bet Third and Fourth 
Godfrey Arthur, mechanic, dwl E s Pratt Court 

nr California 
Godfrey Elisabeth Mrs. with Mrs. M. II. Yates 
Godfrey Ge'orge, SE cor Tehama and Fourth 
Godfrey Joseph, laborer, dwl E s Virginia nr 

Pacific 
Godfrey Nathaniel A. (colored) hair dresser, 123 

Commercial, dwl Auburn ur Pacific 
Godfrin Charles, garden ranch, Presidio Road op 

Distillery 
Godkin Thomas, blacksmith, E s Battery near 

Broadway, dwl 8W cor Battery and Union 
Godley Montgomery, with Parrott & Co. dwl S s 

Mission nr Fourth 
Goebel Frederick W. porter with Heynemann, 

Pick & Co. bds What Cheer House 
Goetjen Nicholas (Erzgraber & G.)dwl N s Min- 
na nr First 
Goetz Joseph, restaurant, Davis nr Broadway 
Goff Joseph, waiter, dwl with S. Dickinson 
Gogarty Owen, carpenter, dwl S s Tehama bet 

First and Second 
Goger Charles, tinsmith with M. Dobezensky 
Goggin Kate Miss, trimmer with Le Gay & Co. 

dwl 150 Commercial 
Gohn Hang (Chinese) washing, 182 Pacific 
Gold A. cigars, dwl 15 Kearny 
Gold Leippmann, clothing, dwl W s Davis near 

YaUejo 
Gold Theodore, barkeeper, NE cor "Washington 

and Dupont 
Goldberrick Solomon, furniture, 236 Pacific 
Golden Edward, laborer Empire Brewery, dwl 

94 Dupont 
Golden Thomas, messenger, TJ. S. Appraisers, 

Store, dwl W s Dupont bet Geary and 

O'Farrell 
Golder Louis, barkeeper with Martin & Horton, 

dwl NE cor Second and Howard 
Goldman Isaac, boots and shoes, SW cor Cali- 
fornia and Kearny 
Goldman Isaac A. importer dry goods, 86 Cali- 
fornia, dwl S s John nr Powell 
Goldman Jacob, butcher with M. Davis 
Goldman John, shoemaker, bds Philadelphia 

House 
Goldman Joseph, vegetable dealer, dwl NW cor 

Powell and Ellis 
Goldman Marx, clerk with M. Morgenstein, dwl 

180 Jackson 
Gold schmidt Israel, shoemaker, 220 Clay 



Goldschmidt (Xalhan) & Co. (Mr*. 11. Lamno) 
New Orleans Dry floods Store. 208 Clay 

Goldsicker Michael, butcher, dwl S s Sacra- 
mento bet Stockton and Powell, rear 

( kddsmith Aarmi. dry goods, (Eugene City, Ore- 
gon,) dwl )•'> Minna 

Goldsmith Abraham, book-keeper with Abrams 
& Brother. 8 Minna 

( ioldstnith Henry, merchant, bds 21 Minna 

Goldsmith J. rooms with Mrs. II. P. Rogers 

t loldsmith Jacob (S. L. Jacobs & Co.) resides 
New York 

Goldsmith Jacob (Jonathan G.) & Winnie (Jacob 
V.) Wing and Wing Saloon, SW cor Market 
and Stewart, dwl 8 s Harrison bet Beale 
and Fremont 

Goldsmith Jacob, hostler with II. B. Tichenor 
&Co. 

Goldsmith Louis, salesman with H. W. Stein & 
Co. dwl 8 Minna 

Goldsmith Moses, dwl 8 Minna 

Goldsmith Walter, dwl with Wm. H. Goldsmith 

Goldsmith Wm. E. engraver, 119 Montgomery, 
dwl W s Harris nr Brannan 

Goldsmith Wm. II. drayman, dwl Hyde bet Pa- 
cific and Broadway 

Goldstein A. bds St. Nicholas Hotel 

Goldstein A. S. stoves and tinware, 253 Dupont 

Goldstein Emanuel L. commission merchant, 
office with A. S. Rosenbaum & Co. dwl N s 
Mission bet First and Second 

Goldstein J. clerk, bds What Cheer House 

Goldstein S. stoves and tinware, 244 Pacific, bds 
Globe Hotel cor Dupont and Jackson 

Goldstone Louis, merchant, dwl N s Mission bet 
First and Second 

Goldstone Thomas, rooms 177 Dupont 

Goltz George H. mariner, dwl N s Union bet Du- 
pont and Kearny 

Gomez Vincent, dwl St. Francis Hotel 

Gonnermann John, cook, dwl Davis nr Bdwy 

Gonzales Antonio, dwl NE cor Washington and 
Kearny 

Gonzales Dominick, builder, dwl N s Tehama bet 
Third and Fourth 

Gonzales Francisco, porter with Daniel Gibb & 
Co. dwl S s Vallejo bet Sansome and Mont 

Gonzales Manuel, carpenter, dwl N s Pacific bet 
Hyde and Leavenworth 

Good Anna (widow) dwl cor Sacramento and 
Jones 

Goodall Charles, with Saucelito Water Co. dwl 
N s Tehama bet First and Second 

Goodall Chas. agent Saucelito Water and Steam 
Tug Co. dwl N s Tehama bet First and 
Second 

Goodchalk John F. A. seaman, dwl S s Green- 
wich bet Montgomery and Sansome 

Goodehild Edward, saloon, SE cor Stockton and 
Green, dwl W s Stockton bet Filbert and 
Greenwich 

Goodenough A. machinist Miner's Foundry 

Goodhue (John) & Lewis (Nathan) watchmakers 
and jewelers, 250 Dupont 

Goodman David (Straiser, Hart & Co.) dwl 63 
Merchant 

Goodman George (colored) house-cleaner, dwl E 
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Goodman c. Samuel, book-keeper with II. Levi 

\ Co. bda St Nicholas Hotel 
Goodman James P. (Hoyden & G.) dwl Page, 

Hayes Valley 

Goodman J. & M. importers dry goods, 84 Cali- 
ifornia. resides New York 

Goodman Jonas, with J. & M. Goodman, dwl 141 
Mission 

Goodman .1. T. printer, bda What Cheer House 

Goodman Max (J. & M. Goodman) dwl 141 Mis- 
sion 

Goodman M. Henschel, cigar-maker with J. E. 
Mitchell, lids Old Philadelphia House 

Goodman Simon, jobber and dealer in dry goods, 
SB cm- Sansome and California, dwl cor 
Greenwich and Stockton 

Goodman n ( Fro [crick) & Lindner (Marks) cloth- 
ing, 6!) Kearny 

Goodrich Charles F. produce dealer, 14 Clay, 
dwl 319 Stockton 

Goodrich Pwight. clerk, bds International Hotel 

Goodrich Ellen E. (widow) teacher with Mrs. M. 
B. Swedenstierna 

Goodrich George, clerk with C. W. Jones & Co. 
dwl 8 Stone 

Goodrich Jeremiah D. paper-hanger, 81 Dupont, 
dwl S s Sutler bet Powell and Mason 

Goodrich John II. blacksmith, bds with Henry 
Gasebolt 

Goodrich Robert F. wheelwright with H. Case- 
bolt & Co. dwl N s Everett bet Third and 
Fourth 

Goodrich Richard, miner, dwl N s Jessie bet 
Second and Third 

Goodrum George, real estate, dwl E s Brown bet 
Mission and Howard 

Goodsell D. C. M. ship-yard, dwl E s First bet 
Harrison and Bryant 

Goodsteiu Henry, clerk with H. Levitzky 

Goodsteine II. bds Benton House 

Goodwin A. bds What Cheer House 

GOODWIN (Charles II.) BEARD (George) 
& CHAPIN (Edward M.) Quincy Hall Mar- 
ket, SW cor Mission and First 

Goodwin George W. bds What Cheer House 

GOODWIN JAMES P. importer and manufac- 
turer furniture and bedding, 140 Washing- 
ton, bds with R. B. Woodward 

Gootfreund Isaac, peddler, 19 Kearny 

Gordon Eliza (widow) boarding, 40 Webb 

GORDON GEORGE, manager S. F. Sugar Re- 
finery, ollice 59 and 61 Sansome, dwl 25 
South Park 

Gordon George (colored) 117 Kearny 

Gordon George W. (colored) hair-dressing sa- 
loon, Tehama House, dwl 60 Minna, 

Gordon Harriet -Miss, comedienne, Maguire's 
Opera House 

Gordon Isabella F. Mrs. (colored) dressmaker, 
60 Mission 

GORDON (John) BROOKS (John W.) BACKUS 
(Uscur J.) it TAY (George II.) importers of 
Stoves, metals and hardware, SW cor Front 
and Wash, dwl Jessie bet First and Second 

Gordon John, dwl N s Broadway nr Powell 

Gordon John, rooms with Benjamin Freeman 

Gordon Samuel, laborer S. F. Gas Co. dwl W s 
Ecker near Folsom 

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Cordon Sheldon S. (Born & S.) Second Assistant 

Engineer S. F. Fire Dept, dwl 80 Mont 
CORDON THOMAS & CO. gents furnishing 

goods, SW cor Montgomery and Clay, dwl 

128 Bush 
Gordon William (colored) bootblack, 105 Mer 
Gore Benjamin B. Cashier for S. F. Sugar Re- 
finery, 59 and 61 Sansome, dwl S s liraunan 

between Third and Fourth 
Gorevan James, porter with John Parrott & Co. 

dwl E S Jane bet Minna and Natoma 
Gorfinkel S. Mrs. dry goods, 286 Dupont 
Gorham Daniel, restaurant, N s Broadway near 

Davis, dwl 326 Powell 
Gorham Wm. R. (ex- Sheriff,) dwl 326 Powell nr 

Broadway 
Gori Ottaviano, importer marble, 120 Pine, (L. R. 

Myers, Agent) resides Florence, Italy 
Gorman Bernard, coachman, bds Bush St House 
Gorman Catherine Mrs. dwl 271 Pacific near 

Powell 
Gorman George B. First Officer Steamer Senator, 

C. S. N. Co. 
Gorman John, stevedore, dwl E s Sansome bet 

Yallejo and Green 
Gorman John, drayman, dwl N s Vallejo near 

Mason 
Gorman John, seaman, dwl N s Second bet Na- 
toma and Howard 
Gorman Lawrence, workman with E. W. Bun- 
Gorman Patrick, express wagon, dwl Rassette 

Place near Sutter 
Gormely James, laborer with D. McLennan 
Gormely John, laborer, bds 94 Pacific 
Gbrrsen Christian, sailmaker, dwl Scotland bet 

Greenwich aud Filbert 
Goslinsky Elias, cigar-manufacturer, 110 Sacra- 
mento, dwl Es Stockton bet Clay and Wash 
Goslinsky Isaac, cigar-maker with Shaeffer & 

Sutliff, dwl 110 Sacramento 
Gostorfs L. B. commission merchant, 70 Battery 
Gotte Isidor, dwl with Thos. W. Brennan 
Gotze John, hand-cartman, rooms 75 Bush 
Gough Charles II. (Gough & Bro.) 98 Merchant, 

bds with Mrs. L. Curry 
Gough (I lorry 0.) & Brother (Charles H. Gough) 

contractors, 98 Merchant, dwl 112 Push 
Gough John T. steward, dwl 42 Bryant Place 
Cough Joseph J. waiter Alden's Restaurant 
Gough Richard J. Pioneer Livery Stable, NW 

cor California and Webb, dwl 182 Cal 
Cough Wm. T. ( Wise & G.) rooms 112 Bush 
Couillet Louis, baker with L. Lauthaunie 
Gould Abraham J. photographist with G. H. 

Johnson, dwl 71 Davis 
Gould Albion, porter with Oakley & Jackson, dwl 

N s Vallejo bet Dupont and Kearny 
Gould Alexander, stevedore, dwl N s Union bet 

Montgomery and Sansome 
Gould Alfred S. collector Alta California, dwl 

SW cor Mason and California 
Gould (Frank) & Kdgerly (II. F.) liquor saloon, 

5 Clay, dwl 10 Geary 
Gould Hannah E. Mrs. dressmaker, 10 Geary 
Gould James E. with ( ; raves & Williams, bds Me- 
tropolitan Hotel 
Gould John F. oysters, with J. Stapleton, dwl E s 

Prospect Place bet California and Pine 



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Gould William B. book-keeper with J. K. Prior, 

dwl N W oor Powell and Pine 
Gouley Robert, drayman, dwl N I Pao nr Hyde 
Gourdin Desire, sculptor, dwl 402 Stockton, rear 
Gourdoo Rene, laundry, dwl 200 Pacific, rear 
Goux .1. B. & Oo. dyers, 210 Clay 
Cove Andrew <i. wharfinger (.'lay Btreet Wharf, 

dwl 6 Clay 

Gove \. \\. capt. Bhip Torrent, pier 12 Stewart 
Gove John II. hay-press, dwl 8 a Clay bet Jones 
and Leavenworth 

Govett Robert (colored) bootblack, 1 '_'.'! Merchant 
Grace James, laborer, rooms with Thos. Toung 
Grace Patrick, Laborer, dwl Halls Alley 
Grace William, hackman with R. Kerrison, dwl 

SW oor Market and First 
Grader Francis J. (March Bros. & Co.) bung- 
maker and broom handles, SW cor Market 

and Beale, dwl 178 Mission 
Grady Dennis, stone mason, bds with Thomas 

Guerin 
Grady James, paver with Geo. W. Blasdell 
Grady James, salesman with Lockwood, Ewell 

& Oo. dwl 178 Clay 
Grady Thomas, tailor, dwl NE cor Dupont and 

Onion 
Graf'e W. express wagon, dwl SW cor Stockton 

and Green 
Grafher Marks, laundryman, City Laundry, Third 
Gregory George, wood-worker with George P. 

' Kimball & Co. 
Graham A. J. compositor Herald, dwlSE corner 

Montgomery and Broadway 
Graham Anthony, master smith, Fort Point, bds 

Fort Point 
Graham Bernard, gardener, dwl cor Turk and 

Van Ness Avenue 
Graham Charles, cook What Cheer House 
Graham George H. carpenter, bds Mech Hotel 
Graham Isaiah (colored) steward, dwl E s Union 

Place near Filbert 
Graham James, steward, dwl E s Powell near 

Jackson 
Graham James E. steward Steamer Antelope 
Graham John S. clerk, dwl 16 Virginia 
Graham Mary (widow) dwl E s Taylor bet Clay 

and .Sacramento 
Graham Michael, butcher with Dumphy & Ma- 
thews 
Graham Richard, boarding, N s Chambers near 

Front 
Graham, Thomas, carpenter, dwl with Richard 

Horton 
Graham Thomas, laborer, dwl SW cor Jessie and 

Annie 
Graham Thos. bds Brooks House 
Graham William, carpenter with Jas. O'Donnell 
GRAHAM WM. H. State Sealer Weights and 

Measures, office NW cor Front and Commer- 
cial, dwl S s Presidio Road nr Distillery 
Gramke ( Henry) k Meyer (Dietrich) groceries and 

liquors, X W cor Front and Pacific, dwl BW 

cor Clark and Davis 
Grandidier Pierre, dish-washer with Julie Moulin 
Grange Numa, accountant with Cox, Francis & 

Co. dwl S s Bush bet Dupont and Kearny 
Granice Rowena Miss, actress, dwl E s Dupont 

near Green 



Grant Adam (Eugene KeUy & Co.) bds 269 Stock 
(Irani Alfred, teamster wiili J. K. Greenougfa A Oo. 
Grant Barbara Mrs. dwl W i Lafayette nr Union 
Grant Charles B. stone yard, 8 s Folsom bel First 

and Fremont; dwl Ws Fremont bet Folsom 

and Harrison 

Grant Gilbert A. attorney-at-law, 24 Montgomery 

Block, dwl Bt Francis Hotel 
('.rant .lames, wines and lienors. SB cor Cal and 

Kearny, dwl SW cor Hush and Dupont 
Grant John (Eadk G.) dwl Bs Stevenson bet 

Third and Fourth 
Gran John, marble-yard. S s Market op Mont, 

dwl 8 s Towsend bet Second and Third 
Grant Joseph, dwl S b Ellis near Stockton 
Grant Mary M. (widow) !• Geary 

Grant William, shoemaker, bds Brooks House 
Grant Wm. B. boatman, Vallejo Wharf; dwl SW 

cor Vallejo and Davis 
Grant William M. porter with S. A. Wood 
Grantham J. M. Assistant Clearance Clerk C. H. 

bds with C. A. McLellan 
Grapell John, laborer, bds Oregon House, Stew't 
(IrasshoffF. carpenter and cabinet-maker, dwl 

3G8 Powell 
Grassi U. Rev., S. J. Assistant Pastor St. Igna- 
tius Church, Market nr Fourth 
Grassman Jean, dwl with Edward Marchand 
Grate Wm. (colored) laborer, bds S s Commer- 
cial bet Davis and Drumm 
Grates Louis, trimmer with Pollard & Co. 
G rattan Margaret (widow) boarding, 11 Minna 
Grattan William H. hardware, 136 Sacramento, 

dwl 188 Kearny 
Graves Augustus B. dwl W s Mason nr Vallejo 
Graves Benjamin, bds with Mrs M. Maldonado 
Graves (Edmund S.) & Smith ( Charles W.) cop- 
persmiths, 6 Clark, dwl 62 Natoma 
Graves Hiram T. (Eckfeldt & G.) dwl W s Mason 

near Vallejo 
GRAVES (James) & WILLIAMS (Henry F.) 
fruit and com merchants, 67, 69 and 71 
Merchant, dwl 298 Jackson 
Graves James, commission merchant, dwl SE cor 

Harrison and Fremont 
Graves Margaret A. (widow) dwl 144 Mission 
Graves R. X. bds What Cheer House 
Graves Solon S. compositor with Towne & Bacon, 

dwl S s Sacramento above Stockton 
Graves W. H. dwl NW cor Wash and San 
Gray A. M. painter, bds What Cheer House 
Gray Asaph, merchant, dwl 200 Pine 
Gray Bernard J. laborer U. S. B. Mint, dwl with 

Thomas Gray 
Gray Charles G. clerk, rooms 8 Geary 
Gray Edward P. salesman, 117 Montgomery, dwl 

with Nathaniel Gray 
Gray G. H. ( Gillespie & G.) dwl NW cor Clay 

and Prospect Place 
GRAY HENRY M. physician, NE cor Clay and 

Dupont, 
Gray Henrietta (widow) dwl E s Powell nr Jack 
Gray J. J. office 92 Bat, dwl Hotel International 
Gray Joel, carpenter, dwl E s Powell nr Bush 
Gray John (Fonda, G. & Jennings) dwlSs Folsom 

bet Second and Third 
Gray John, dwl N s Green bet Kearny and 
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Gray John, drayman with A. Hiller, dwl Quincy 

Place 
Gray John, blacksmith, dwl 13 Clementina 
Gray John, marker. SWoor Mmna ami First 
Gray John, mariner, hds 30 Clay 
Gray John, printer Echo dn Pacifique office, dwl 

with ("apt. Thos. Gray 
Gray John, teamster with Samuel J. Hopkins, 

dwl X a Folsom bet First and Second 
Gray John B. blacksmith, Pacific Foundry 
Gray Joseph II. mate, hds Oregon House, Stew't 
GRAY (Mathias) A HERWIG ( WtO/tam) piano- 
fortes and music, 163 Clay, dwl Clay near 

Mason 
Gray Michael, fuller. S. F. Woolen Factory, Black 

Point 
Gray Michael, laborer, dwl Francisco W Larkin 
GRAY NATHANIEL, undertaker. 153 Sac, dwl 

SW eor Powell and Sacramento 
GRAY R. B. & CO. importers and manufacturing 

jewelers. 100 Merchant 
Gray Thos. dwl X s Filbert, bet Taylor and Jones 
Gray Willet S. book-keeper Albion Foundry, dwl 

Dupont bet Clay ami Washington 
Gray William, butcher Eureka Market, dwl W s 

Second bet Xatoma and Howard 
Gray William J. printer, bds with Henrietta Gray 
Grean Charles, cooper. S. F. Sugar Refinery, cor 

Harrison and Price 
Greany Michael, teamster, S s Brannan bet Price 

and Harris 
Greaves Benjamin (Bunker, G. & Co.) dwl cor 

Pacific and Mason 
Greed Mary, domestic with X. Reynolds 
Greeley Robert F. associate editor Golden Era, 

dwl with Mrs. X. Banover 
Greely Edward, fireman, dwl S s Yallejo near 

Sansome, rear 
Greely Honors (widow) dwl S s Folsom bet 

Third and Ritch 
Greely James, stone-cutter, dwl 9-4 Dupont 
Green Abby L. Miss, teacher Protestant Orphan 

Asvlum 
Green AdamT. (Taaffe, McCahill & Co.)XW cor 

Front and Sacramento 
Green Alexander, clerk, bds 243 Stockton 
Green Alfred A. land office, 6 Montgomery Block, 

dwl near Ocean House 
Green Alonzo, with A. H. Todd, dwl S s Second 

bet Harrison and Bryant 
Green Anna (widow) dwl with Miss X. Patterson 
Green Asenath Mrs. dwl X s Greenwich near 

Dupont 
Green Augustus R. (Green Brothers) residence 

Yictoria, Y. I. 
Green D. M. compositor Bulletin, dwl SW cor 

Mason and Jackson 
Green Edward, boarding. S s Bdway nr Batten- 
Green Frederick (Samuel Price cfc Co.) dwl SE 

cor Washington and Powell 
GRKFX FREDERICK P. agent Green's Line 

Sacramento packets, 64 Front, dwl 30 Xa- 
toma 
Green George, seaman, bds with Alexander 

McDonald 
Green George W. Green's Market, XW corner 

Market and Montgomery, dwl S s Mission 

bet Fourth and Fifth 



Green Harding, driver for Mills <fc Evans 
Green Harris, tailor, 316 Stockton 
Green Harris J. clothing, dwl 354 Stockton, rear 
Green (Henry) k Borustein (Julius) wholesale 

wines and liquors. 38 Commercial, dwl S s 

Green bet Dupont and Kearny 
Green Henry, restaurant, dwl 154 California 
Green Jacob, dwl 228 Sacramento 
Green James, farmer, dwl Union House, Stewart 
GREEX BROTHERS (J. de Puuaye and Au- 
gustus F..) & CO. commission merchants, and 

agents Lloyds, 142 Front, dwl AY s I'.eale 

near Harrison 
Green John, laborer with Tubbs & Co. rope-walk, 

Potrero 
Green John, barkeeper with John Doyle, Love- 
joy's Hotel 
Green John, laborer S. F. Sugar Refinery, cor 

Harrison and Price 
Green John, 'longshoreman, dwl S s Yallejo nr 

Sansome, rear 
Green Joseph, cook, 59 First 
Green Lawrence (Edward T. Anthony k, Co.) dwl 

Pine bet Dupont and Stockton 
Green Lewis, mattress-maker with C. Schreiber, 

dwl S s Stevenson bet Second and Third 
Green Lucinda (widow) 6 Merchant 
Green Lyman F. ranch, Presidio Road nr Bell's 

Ranch 
Green Maria Mrs. (colored) dwl E s Broadway 

Place near Washington 
Green Mary (widow) dwl XW cor Union and 

Montgomery 
Green Mary J. (widow) lodgings, N s Pacific nr 

Battery 
Green M. Miss, teacher, boards with Mrs. S. J. 

Adams 
Green Nathan, teamster Steam Laundry, Lagoon 
Green Patrick, hostler, bds 34 Webb 
Green Richard, accountant, bds with William 

Cummings 
Green Samuel, baker. What Cheer House 
Green Sarah Jane Miss, dressmaker, dwl 242 

Kearny 
Green Thomas, proprietor Jackson Brewery. E s 

First bet Folsom and Howard 
Green W. H. contractor for raising buildings, bds 

Benton House 
Green William (Perkins & G.) 139 Jackson 
Green William, laborer, dwl SW cor Folsom 

and Main 
Green Wm. furniture and crockery. 272 Dupont 
Green Wm. rigger, bds Columbia House, Stewart 
Green William, seaman, bds 24 Sacramento 
Green Wm. A. dwl XE cor Market and Stockton 
Greenberg Charles, dwl X' s Broadway nr Mason 
Greenberg H. dwl 264 Pacific near Powell 
Greenberg Leopold, salesman with L. Krambach, 

dwl 377 Stockton 
Greenberg (Morris) & Smith (George E.) Eagle 

Brass Foundry. 45 Battery, dwl S 8 Har- 
rison bet Second and Third 
Greenburg Coney (Froomburg & Co.) dwl 79 

Commercial 
Greene Charles W. miner, dwl 169 California 
Greene Henry E. restaurant. 150 and 152 Clay 
Greene James, wool, 30 Clay, dwl Brooklyn Hotel 
Greene Richard W. book-keeper Alta Flour Mills 



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Greene [Samuel If.) Heath (Richard W.)h Allen 
( lh niij ll ) ■■Mm merchants and Imp 
tobacco, consulate Costa Etica and Guate- 
mala, l. ".7 Front, dwl 263 Sacramento 

Greene William, dwl Ashland Place bet Wood 
and Potter 

Greene William Jr. real estate, dwl Ashland PI 
be1 Wood and Potter 

( hreene William < ;. toll-collector, cor Mission and 
Fourth 

Greenebaum Herman (Greenebaum Bros. Sacra- 
mento) office 84 California, dwl 23 Tehama 

Greenebaum .1. bds Bt Nicholas Hotel 

Greenebaum Jacob, hook-keeper with A. Wasser- 

inann A* Co. dwl 228 Sacramento 

Greenebaum Morris, hook-keeper with P. Ber- 
win. bds 80 Natoma 

Greenewald Simon (Louis Sloss&Co. Sacramento) 
office SW cor California and Front, dwl 20 
Tehama 

Greenfield L. furn. wagon, bds Wh. Cheer House 

Greenham Frederick, porter Cal S. N. Co. dwl 
N s Union bet Kearny and Montgomery 

Greenham S. dwl 39 Montgomery 

Greenough {John It.) & Co. (Henry Dutton) hay 
and grain, junction Market and California, 
dwl N B Harlan Place nr Dupont 

Greentreo John D. millwright, dwl X s Green nr 
Kearny 

Greenwood Jas. agent Williams & Overs' Sew- 
ing Machines, dwl W s Montgomery bet 
Union and Filbert 

Greenwood John, captain schooner C. L. Place, 
bds Columbia House, Stewart 

Greenwood John, carpenter, dwl N s Ellis near 
Mason 

Greenwood Mary A. Mrs. dwl 237 Pacific 

Greenwood Munroe, telegraph-reporter, bds with 
Joseph Wood 

Greenwood Wm. M. merchant, office 61 Cali- 
fornia, bds Metropolitan Hotel 

Greer Mary Miss, laundress, 198 California, rear 

Greer Wm. doorkeeper Maguire's Opera House 

Greftbz Julian, watchmaker with Barrett & Sher- 
wood, dwl 159 Sacramento 

Gregans Philip W. seaman, dwl S s Stevenson 
bet Second and Ecker, rear 

Greger George, blacksmith with G. P. Kimball & 
Co. bds New England House 

Gregg Isaac N. coppersmith and sheet-iron 
worker, S s Pacific bet Drumm and Davis, 
dwl NE cor Union and Jones 

Grego M. bds cor Jackson and Davis 

Gregoire Louis, liquor saloon, 196 Pacific 

Gregoire Louis Jr. clerk with F. Biesta, dwl 129 
Montgomery 

Gregoise P. laborer Bensley Water Works 

Gregory F. P. carrier Bulletin, dwl S s Bush bet 
Dupont and Stockton 

Gregory Henry, bds Tehama House 

Gregory Lorenzo B. hatter with Fisher & Co. dwl 
50 Minna 

Gregory Paul, laborer with Bensley & Co. dwl S s 
Minna nr Jane 

Greif {John) & Snapper {Samuel) S. F. Baths, 

182 Wash, dwl NE cor Post and Dupont 
Greiff John, carpenter with Andrew Conrad, dwl 
N s Greenwich nr Dupont 



QBELLET (Chat.) t CO. (Jsadore Chambariere 
and John M. Byrne) liquors, 134 and L36 
Jackson, dwl N i day nr Taylor 
(irelley Virginia Mile. French milliner, 1 U 
Grellier ( s. ) a Co. (Frederick Mbnotti) Italian 
Soda Factory, S e Stevenson nr Third 

Grenade J. drayman with J. 11. Menu, dwl NTS 
cor Dupont and I I 

Grenao Francis, machinist, lids Mechanics" Hotel 

Qreninger Daniel, stoves and hardware. W a 

Third bet Minna ami Mis-ion 
Qrenuilleau Xmna, baker, dwl W a I'inckney PI 

near llroadway 

Grey Cyril v". attomey-at-law, room :; Xaglee's 

Bdg, dwl 8£ cor Eddy and Taylor 
Grey J. li. compositor Echo du Pacifique 
Grey John, drayman, bds What (hen House 
Grey Win. ( Boland & G.) dwl W a Second bet 

Natoma and Howard 
Gribben Win. boatman, Vallejo Wharf, dwl X s 

Vallejo bet Sansome and Montgomery 
Gridley Joseph (Seark & G.) BE corner Yerba 

Buena and Clay 
Griere Pierre, porter with Tallant & Wilde, dwl 

91 Battery 
Griffon A. M. dwl SF. cor Montgomery and Jack 
Griflen Lynch & Co. (John Robinson) fish, 83 

Davis, dwl N s Union nr Dupont 
Griffin Austin, physician, boards with Mrs. S. J. 

Adams 
Griffin Edw. workman Lone Mountain Cemetery 
Griffin G. W. bds Tremont House 
Griffin Hugh, laborer, boards Mechanics' Hotel, 

Market 
Griffin James, cook with Bryan & BlumenthaL 

dwl 127 Clay 
Griffin James A. physician, 125 Davis, dwl N s 

Pacific nr Front 
Griffin John, dwl N s Broadway nr Mason 
Griffin John, cook Page's Restaurant, dwl 148 

Commercial 
Griffin John, drayman, bds Branch Hotel 
Griffin John, groceries, XW corner Dupont and 

O'Farrell 
Griffin John, steward Branch Hotel 
Griffin John W. (A. P. Hotaling & Co.) boards 

Tremont House 
Griffin Maggie Miss, dwl NE cor Bdwyand Mont 
Griffin Michael B. salesman with A. L. Blumen- 

thal & Son, dwl 10 Green 
Griffin Patrick, tailor with Sweeny & Mahony, 

dwl 169 California 
Griffin Patrick, laborer, rooms with Wm. Kerr 
Griffin Patrick, laborer with George D. Xagle 
Griffin Patrick, laborer, dwl W s Ecker between 

Market and Stevenson 
Griffin Wm. pilot, office W s Front bet Bdwy and 

Vallejo, dwl N s Greenwich nr Powell 
Grilling Frederick, Bonded Warehouse XW cor 

Filbert and Battery, bds Oriental Hotel 
Griffing George Jones, at Frederick Griffing's 
Griffing Isaac, mason, dwl with John Drenan 
Griffith Alex, dwl 272 Stockton 
Griffith John, captain sehnonpr Chauncy Smith, 

dwl W s Bald m and Howard 

Griffith John W. Jones, Wooll & 

Sutherland, d< nr Leavenworth 

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Griffith Patrick, laborer, dwl S a Lick Alley Dear 

First 
Griffiths James, boiler-maker with George W. 

Coffee, dwl X B Stevenson bet First and 

Second 
Griffiths Milieu, captain steam-tug Columbia, 

dwl SW eor Harrison and Stanly Place 
Grigliette R. laborer Bensley Water "Works 
GRIMES GEO. T. commission merchant NW 

eor Front and Commercial, dwl '27 Bush 
Grimes James, laborer, dwl S s Green bet Powell 

and Stockton 
Grimes Michael, laborer with A. G. Ramsdell 
Grimes Patrick, blacksmith with Skelly & Me- 

Pharlan 
Grimke Henry, groceries and liquors, SW cor 

Davis and Clark 
Grimm Charles, Butchers' Home, Potrero, S 

Brannan St Bridge 
Grimm Frederick, hog-ranch, S s Folsom bet 

Johnston and Thome 
Grimwood Adolphus D. attoruey-at-law, office 

with James B. Townsend, bds with Charles 

Face 
Grinbaum Morris S. book-keeper with P. Ber- 

win & Brothers, bds 80 Natoma 
Grinuell John, teamster, dwl W s Mary bet 

Natoma and Minna 
Grinnell William, cigar-maker with Inslee & 

Joseph, bds 64 Dupont 
Grinsell Peter, blacksmith with Coffey &Risdon, 

dwl 25 Bush 
GRISAR FMIL, hides and wool, Rincon Dock, 

E s Spear nr Folsom, dwl 373 Powell 
Grisch Christian, laborer, dwl S s Mission bet 

'J' racy and Sparks 
Grische John, bds with George L. Waters 
Grisel Adolph, melter with H. Hentsch, dwl 

SW cor California and Sansome 
Grisel C. Mrs. furnished rooms, SW cor Califor- 
nia and Sansome 
Griswold Henry C. & Co. {Joseph Goldman) 

vegetables and fruit, 52 Washington Market, 

dwl E s Sansome nr California 
Griswold John C. deputy superintendent streets, 

City Hall, dwl cor Greenwich and Dupont 
Griswold Josiah, painter with R. S. Eells & Co. 
Griswold M. bds Benton House 
Groat R. Y. attorney-at-law, rooms 179 Pine 
Grob Trautman, draughtsman, 19 Montgomery, 

dwl S s Jessie bet Second and Third 
Groczinger Gottlob, commission merchant, SW 

cor California and Front, dwl N s Stevenson 

bet Third and Fourth 
Groff Henry, laborer, dwl W s Stockton nr Val- 

lejo, rear 
Grogan Alexander B. real estate agent, NW cor 

Sansome and Jackson 
Gromotka John, shoemaker, rooms 83 Bush 
Groom Henry, dwl 248 Clay 
Groom Lydia Mrs. dressmaker, 248 Clay 
Groomes Isaac, hair-dresser with N. A Godfrey, 

dwl 123 Commercial 
Gros A. ( WeUendorf & G.) 223 Dupont 
Gros A. Edouard, clerk, Yallejo op St. Fran- 
cis Church 
Gros George, laundry, dwl N s Green nr Powell, 

rear 



Grosh (Sm, mi i) & Rutherford (Thomas L.) Com- 
mercial Flour Mills. NE COT First and Na- 
toma. dwlS s Howard bet Fourth and Fifth 

Grosliclit Charles, dry goods, dwl W s Dupont 
bet Geary and I ll'arrcll 

Grosman Marks, painter, dwl W s Sonoma Place 
nr Union 

Grosmamga Joseph, shoemaker, bds 62 and 64 
Pacific 

Groso Constantino, blacksmith, S s Sutter bet 
Kearny and Montgomery 

Gross Elisha S. commission merchant, NW cor 
Clay and Front, dwl NW cor Washington 
and Taylor 

Gross Frank W. clerk with E. S. Gross, dwl NW 
cor Washington and Taylor 

Gross John, bakery, dwl N s Filbert nr Powell 

Gross Joseph, cigar-maker with I. K. White, dwl 
Berry 

Gross M. bds New England House 

Grosschupff William, book-keeper, 49 and 51 
Front, dwl with Edward Krnse 

Grosse Martin (Bulldti & G.) dwl S s Merchant 
bet Montgomery and Sansome 

Grosvenor J. actor, Maguire's Opera House 

Grotjan George W. book-keeper, 146 Washing- 
ton, dwl SE cor Lombard and Dupont 

Groutsch Catherine Mrs. dwl S s Pine between 
Kearny and Dupont 

Grove Franklin J. watchmaker, SW cor First and 
Stevenson 

Grove John, baker, bds 33 and 35 Clay 

GROVER & BAKER SEWING MACHINE 
COMPANY, 91 Montgomery, reside Boston, 
(R. G. Brown agent) 

Grover Wm. A. physician, dwl 323 Stockton 

Grovis Frederick, finisher, S. F. Woolen Factory, 
Black Point 

Groward Thomas J. dwl Plaza Hotel 

Grozinger Gottlob, commission merchant, SW 
cor California and Front, dwl N s Steven- 
son nr Fourth 

Grube John, cook, bds Franklin Hotel 

Gruber Ferdinand, naturalist, 113 Pine 

Gruendal A. machinist Pacific Foundry 

Gruenhagen J. F. miner, dwl W s Dupont near 
Green 

Gruenhagen Martin, salesman with Janson, 
Bond & Co. dwl E s Dupont nr Greenwich 

Grundel Jacob, locksmith, rnis American Hotel 

Grunenwald Anthony, tailor, N s Pacific nr Du- 
pont, dwl 272 Stockton 

Gruner Francis, dwl S s Vallejo bet Kearny and 
Dupont 

Grymes J. Edgar, clerk, dwl 186 Sacramento 

Gudopp Ringgolf, Lombard Warehouse, dwl cor 
Bush and Battery 

Guende Stephen, painter, dwl S s Green near 
Dupont 

Guerin Henry, basket-maker with Joseph Ottig- 
non, dwl Beldeu bet Pine and Bush 

Guerin (John) & Co. (Etienne Costercv 

Ludovic rottitr) imptrs French dry goods, 
105 Montgomery, resides Paris 

Guerin Louis, cap-maker, S s Jessie bet First and 
Eeker 

Guerin Michael, boots and shoes, NW cor Com. 
and Battery, dwl SE cor Third and Bryant 



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(in. riii Michael G. dw] 8 i Bryant nr Third 

Guerin P. market, 221 Pacific 

Guerin Thomas, laborer, dwl SE corner Vallejo 

and Hall's Alley 
Querinaud E. B. J. clerk with Julia Moulin 
Guffln .lames A. physician, XI''. oor Montgi ry 

and Butter 
Guginna Nicholas, coffee-stand, SE cor Miaaion 

and Stewart 

Guichney Jeanty, groceries ami liquors, S a Pa- 
cific nr Stockton 

Guido Santuz, steward, dwl Luning Alloy, Ns 
Vallejo nr Stockton 

Guilford John, sailmaker, Ws Stewart bet Mar- 
ket and Mission 

(Juillemin Jacques, laundry, E s Ritch bet Bran- 
nan and Bryant 

Guillot Jacques, tailor, 290 Dupont 

Gulieh Hermann K. engraver, dwl with Geo. M. 
Wood 

Gulliekson Severin, {Kh r zig & G. ) dwl 212 
Washington 

Gullixson {Henry R.)k Nelson {John G.) uphol- 
sterers and paper hangers, 94 Kearny, dwl 

5 s Jessie bet Second and Third 
Gumendez Eloi, waiter with J. H. Cordier & Co. 

129 Commercial 
Gumnier Frederick C. salesman with J. J. Le- 

count, dwl 2G9 Stockton 
Gummer Sarah (widow) boarding, 269 Stockton 
Gummow William, blacksmith with S. 0. Talbot 
Gundlach George, brewer, bds with Jacob Gund- 

larh 
GUNDLACH JACOB, Bavaria Brewery, dwl 

N s Vallejo nr Dupont 
Gundlach M. & Co. ( Geo. Wassman) boots and 

shoes, 88 Montgomery, dwl 17 Sutter 
Gunn Charles T. seaman, dwl with J. C. Gunn 
Gunn Felix, engineer, Miner's Foundry, dwl 24 

Minna 
Gunn James (colored) bootblack, 180 Clay, dwl 

with E. Quinn 
Gunn John, cooper, res Alameda 
Gunn John, dentist. 124 Montgomery, up-stairs 
Gunn John C. captain schooner Eagle, dwl S s 

Mission op Annie 
Gunn John M. laborer, dwl E s Sansome bet 

Vallejo and Green 
Gunn Robert, cooper, 153 California 
Gunn William, cooper, 150 Battery, dwl S s 

Union bet Kearny and Montgomery 
GUNNISON {Andrew J.) PARKER {Samuel H.) 

6 COWLES {Samuel) attorneys-at-law, 92 
Merchant, dwl Silver nr Third 

Gunther Joseph, groceries and liquors, NW cor 
Union and Dupont 

Guntrum J. B. butcher, SE cor Greenwich and 
Mason 

Gunn Thomas, laborer, Fort Point 

Gurnett Wm. J. cabinet-maker, dwl N s Natoma 
bet Second and Third 

Gurney David, oyster-stand, dwl S"W cor Mar- 
ket and First 

Gushee {Horace) & Elder {William) com. dairy 
produce, 139 Wash, dwl W s Montgomery 
bel Vallejo and Green 

Gushee Joseph, laborer with January Phaff 

Gusina Marco, fruit, 189 Dupont 



Gusi Pel t, cook Railroad House, t6 Commercial 
Gustor Charles, carpenter, dwl Pacific Place N 

of I'aeitie 
(Justus Carlo, tailor, nns with Henry Johnson 

Guthrie Claude, coffin-maker, i<;i Sacramento, 
dwl \V s Brooklyn Place 

GUTHBIB G. W. A CO. {Bobwi 0. i><,, r ) pub- 
lishers ami proprietors Herald, ami Deputy 

I'. S. Surveyor, 1 10 Montgomery, dwl \V s 

Jackson nr Stockton 
Guthrie Jonathan, carpenter, 101 Sacramento, 

dwl fi Brooklyn Place 
Gutt Christian, cakes and confectionery, 234J 

Dupont 
Gutte Isidor, salesman with Hardie k Rutenberg, 

dwl Natoma nr Second 
Guttenbash Adolph, second-hand furniture, 360 

Stockton 
Guttman Samuel, tailor, 209 Kearny 
Gutzeit {Henry) & Hemprich [Louie) barbers, 149 

Kearny 
Guy Abel, com. mcht and banker. Washington op 

P. 0. dwl N s Sutter nr Powell 
Guy Michael, marble-worker, 156 California, bds 

34 Webb 
Guyot Madame, dwl S s Broadway nr Mont 
Gyer Henry, laborer, dwl Geary nr Jones 
Gwinn John R. dwl 27 Government House 



Haake Charles, wood and coal, SE cor Harrison 

and Third 
Haake George H. C. cook, 86 Montgomery 
Haar John, storekeeper, Wimmer's Coffee Saloon, 

dwl cor Kearny and Broadway 
Haas A. {Samuel Haas & Co.) res North San 

Juan 
Haas D. {Samuel Haas & Co.) res Nevada 
Haas Samuel & Co. {II. Levy and A. and D. Haas) 

clothing, 122 Commercial, dwl N s Minna 

bet Third and Fourth 
Haas Solomon, dwl S s Geary nr Powell 
HAASE FREDERICK, groceries and liquors, 

NE cor Folsom and Beale 
Habeler Henry, cook Metropolitan Restaurant, 

202 Washington 
Habersham W. Warring, real estate agent, NE 

cor Montgomery and Washington, bds with 

Mrs. Louisa Campbell 
Hac Emile, hair-dresser with E. Boisse, dwl N s 

Sacramento nr Stockton 
Hachmann Henry {Brommer & H) bds with H. 

Brommer 
Hack Jacob, liquor saloon, 184 Pacific 
Hacke Henry, clerk with R. Phillips 
Hacker John, porter with E. DeRutte, 115 Batty 
Hackett Horatio A. carpenter, bds What Cheer 

House 
Hackett J. carpenter, nns with Benj. Freeman 
Hackett Jerry, hostler with John Gardner & Co. 
Hackett John J. surveyor, dwl S s Greenwich 

bet Mont and Sansome 
Hackett Patrick, laborer, dwl N s Pacific near 

Montgomery 
Hackh John, book-keeper with Fred Seiden- 

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Hadden , bds \Wth Mrs. ¥ra. F. Hyde 

Haddleson .lames, carpenter, dwl E s Stockton 

nr Green 
Hadeler Henry, laborer, bds Oregon House 
Hadeler Hermann, dwl NW cor Kearny and 

i leary 
Hadden Washington, blacksmith with C. Nutting 

bds N s Pine bet Sansomc and Montgomery 
Hadlock Win. waterman, bds Battery St. House 
Ilaelmlen Jacob, Gauger's Dept. Custom House, 

dwl Kassette Place nr Sutter 
naehnlen Lewis A. sculptor, 187 Montgomery 
Haeny William, exchange saloon, S s Market bet 

Second and Third 
Haffuer John, cabinet-maker with Aaron Doud, 

bds What Cheer House 
Hafmann John, machinist, dwl 91 Davis 
Hagan Barney, briokmaker, dwl 55 First 
Hagan Barney, longshoreman, dwl E s Mason nr 

Jackson 
Hagan Benjamin, book-keeper with Steinhart 

Bros, dwl Natoma bet Second and Third 
Hagan Bernard, laborer, dwl 82 Natoma 
Hagan Fanny, domestic with L. Kline 
Hagan James, dwl 37 Minna 
Hagan James, proprietor Metropolitan Gas 

Works, rear Maguire's Opera House 
Hagan John, marble-cutter with John Grant, 

dwl 304 Minna 
Hagan Patrick, dwl N s Pacific nr Powell, rear 
Hagan Robert, apothecary, 124 Sacramento, dwl 

107 Broadway 
Hagar George, office N W cor Battery and Cal 
Hagedorn Hermann C. draughtsman with Clark 

& Kenitzer, dwl 346 Powell 
Hagemann Frederick, boots and shoes, 170 Cali- 
fornia, dwl 90 Kearny 
Hagemann Maria, domestic with Jas. Classen 
Hagemann, Peter with George C. Johnson, 26 

Front, dwl 157 Jackson 
Hagemann William, gardener, dwl Harrison near 

Simmons 
Hagen Henry, segars and tobacco, SE cor Mont 

and Pine, bds Mason bet Bdwy and Vallejo 
Hagen Margaret E. Mrs. dwl W s Powell bet 

Clay and Washington 
EEagenkamp Adolph, tailor, 148 Washington 
HAGER JOHN S. Judge Fourth District Court, 

City Hall, dwl Union Hotel, Plaza 
Hagerman Thomas, dwl 258 Stockton 
Haggart Sarah, domestic with G. Muhlberg 
Haggerty Daniel, cooper, dwl 10 Natoma 
Eaggerty James, plasterer, bds 59 First 
Haggetl Thomas, mariner, dwl Ohio nr Brdwy 
HAGGTN JAKES B. attorney-at-law, rooms 1 

and 2 Court Block, dwl Jackson nr Taylor 
Haggin J. Joshua B. clerk with Col. George F. 

James, bds with Antonio Sanchez 
Hagthrop Edward, importer and manufacturer 

stoves and tin-ware, 124 Sansome, dwl S s 

Bush bet Mason and Taylor 
Halm August, gardener with B. Davison 
Halm Henry, musician, dwl W s Pollard Place 

nr Vallejo 
Hahn Henry, grocer, NE cor Clay and Wetmore 

Place, dwl Wetmore Place 
Hahn Jacob, real estate, dwl SW corner Mission 
and Jane 



Hahn John (M. Lazenberg & Co.) dwl W s Pow- 
ell nr Geary 
Hahn Wm. butcher, S s Broadway nr Mason 
Ilaline Augustus, clerk with A. J. Plate, dwlN s 
Eddy bet Powell and Mason 

] Taid John, paper-box manufacturer with Alex- 
ander & Lew, 82 Sacramento 

HAIGHT, FLETCHER M. k HENRY H. at- 
torneys-aVlaw, 174 Clay, dwlNEcor Mason 
and Pacific 

Haight Harrison, carpenter, dwl 1 Quinoy Place 

Haight Henry, Notary Public, 112 Montgomery, 
bds Metropolitan Hotel 

Haight Henry II. {F. M. & II. H. Haight) dwl 
NE cor Pacific and Mason 

Haight La Fayette, with Orrick Johnson, dwl 237 
Clay 

Haight Richard, attorney, dwl S s Jackson nr 
Taylor 

Ilailer ( Christian) & Co. (John Bruns) German 
Brewery, 81 Bush 

Haine Arthur, book-keeper Vulcan Iron Works 
Co. dwl SW cor Mission and Second 

HAINE JOSEPH, physician French Hospital, 
office 228 Washington 

Haines Mrs. (widow) ironer Chelsea Laundry 

Haines Joel, painter, dwl Winthrop House, Mis- 
sion 

Hainque Marthal, laborer Vulcan Foundry 

Hairras Eugene, harness-maker, S s Market bet 
Second and Third 

Haker William, salesman with Verdier & Kaind- 
ler. dwl N s Sutter nr Dupont 

Hale David W. (Janson, Bond & Co.) 95 Battery 

Hale F. clerk, bds What Cheer House 

Hale Frank W. dwl 132 Kearny 

Hale Hannah A. (widow) 216 Sacramento 

Hale Henry, dwl E s Taylor bet Sac and Cal 

Hale Henry M. [Bond & II) dwl 347 Powell 

Hale J. boiler-maker Union Foundry 

Hale J. T. bds What Cheer House 

Hale Mathew, proprietor Sansome St House, dwl 
NE cor Sansome and Calit'or 

Hale Nicholas, clerk with Geo. F. & Wm. H. 
Sharp, dwl cor Davis and Chambers 

Hale Thos. T. laundry, bds with Joseph Wood 

Hale Wm. John, carriage-maker with IT. Case- 
bolt & Co. dwl cor Market and (ieary 

Hale; Bartholomew, drayman with D. Dwyer 

HALEY ('HAS. M. clerk with Crowell & Crane, 
dwl Hotel International 

Haley H. lithographer with Britton k Co. dwl NE 
cor Commercial and Montgomery 

Haley James, wheelwright with H. Casebolt & 
Co. dwl Presidio Road 

Haley James, carpenter, bds Washington House 

Haley James, laborer Sugar Refinery, cor Harri- 
son and Price 

Haley James, laborer, dwl N s Folsom bet Sim- 
mons and Harris 

Haley James F. bedstead manufacturer, Market 
St. Water Works, dwl 25 Bush 

Haley Jeremiah, bootblack, SW cor Battery and 
Washington 

Haley Jeremiah, laborer, dwl E s Mason near 
Broadway 

1 laley John, cook, dwl N s Stevenson between 
Second and Ecker 



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Haley John, wood and coal, SK oor Kearny and 

Battery, dwl Etaasette Place near Sutter 
Haley John, packer with Death i Starr 
Haley John, waiter with Bryan &, Bhrmenthal, 

dwl Stevenson net First and Sacramento 
HALEY JOHN J. dwl Internationa] Botel, X I 

Jackson in't Montgomery and Kearny 
Haley Mary A. Miss, saleswoman witii Mrs. 

Irwin, 105 Montgomery 
Haley Michael, cook, dwl S s Stevenson bet 

KckiT and Second, rear 
Haley Michael, laborer, dwl S s Louisa bet Third 

and Fourth 
Haley Patrick, bricklayer, dwl S s Mission bet 

Second and Third 
Haley Robert, Port Warden, office 142 Front, 

dwl S s Green bet Dupont and Stockton 
Haley W. H. workman with J. <!. Clark & Co. 
Hall Abraham, calker, dwl S s Silver bet Third 

and Fourth 
Hall Asa. carpenter, bds Seymour House 
Hall A. \V, merchant, dwlN W cor Drumm and 

Clay 
Hall Chas. carpenter, rms 68 Montgomery 
Hall Chas. employment office, 124 Kearny, up- 
stairs 
Hall Edward, dwl S s Bush abv Mason 
HALL (Edward) & HIGGINS (Patrick) propri- 
etors Columbia House, S s Broadway near 

Davie 
nail Edward B. upholsterer with W. M. Hixon, 

rms 128 Dupont 
Hall Edward F. Jr. ( Clwrles W. Brooks & Co.) 

bds 269 Stockton 
nail Elbridge G. merchant, dwl W s Taylor bet 

Clay and Sacramento 
Hall Eldridge, clerk with Leony & Hirstel, dwl 

S s Pacific nr Stockton 
Hall Elisha, carpenter, dwl cor Bdwy and Jones 
Hall Ephraim, dwl SE cor Stone and Jackson 
Hall George [Lewis Albert & Co.) bds Jessie nr 

Second 
Hall George E. special policeman, dwl E s First 

nr Harrison 
Hall George H. machinist Pacific Foundry 
Hall George W. teamster for George Torrens, 

dwl cor Sutter and Clara 
Hall (II.) A Aitken (Charles) butchers, 4 Wash 
Hall Hamilton, bds with David Dwyer 
Hall Henry, dwl W s Second bet Xatoma and 

Howard 
HALL (Isaac M.) & BRIGHAM (CO.) produce, 

fruits, etc. 41, 42 and 43 Washi'gt'n Market, 

dwl X s Bryant bet Second and Third 
Hall James, dwl W s Mont bet Filbert and Union 
Hall James, saw-maker, dwl W s Baldwin Court 

bet Folsom and Howard 
Hall James (colored) porter stmr John L. Stevens, 

dwl N s Vallejo nr Mason 
Hall J. K. millwright, bds Revere House 
Hall John, bds Western House, Stewart 
Hall John, laborer, dwl N s Alta bet Montgom- 
ery and Sansome 
Hall John, printer, Christian Advocate office, 

dwl Broadway nr Davis 
Hall John, teamster, bds with Mrs. Catharine 

Williams 
Hall Joseph, furniture, 140 Mission 



HALL JOHN I'', stencil-plate cutter, 81 
Front and Sacramento 

Hall John s. engraver, dwl X s Howard bet 

Biles and Brown 
HALL (Joseph F.) A IIAWLKY {Ebeimer I;.) 

proptra city Laundry, nr 8 W corBtannan 

and Third, dwl X s Townscnd bet Third and 

Crooks 
Hall Josiah S. book-keeper with De Ro A El- 
dridge, bds Bineoo House 
Hall Margaret Mrs. dressmaker, W s Second bet 

Xatoma and Howard 
Hall Milton Jr. carpenter and builder, 21 Leides- 

dorff, dwl 128 Dupont 
Hall M. J. wood-worker with T. Ogg Shaw, dwl 

4 Central Place 
Hall 0. C. attorney-at-law, 135 Montgomery 
Hall Patrick, plumber with John Hudson 
Hall Paul P. coach-maker, dwl with E. H. B. 

Heath 
Hall Quincy A. carpenter. S s Summer nr Mont 
Hall (It A. colored) A Hall ( 11*. II.) Atheneum 

Saloon, 273 Washington 
Hall Richard & Co. ( Charles and A. J. Langley) 

wholesale drugs, 145 Clay, dwl SW cor Sec- 
ond and Silver 
Hall Richard M. Express Dept Wells Fargo & Co. 

dwl with Isaac M. Hall 
Hall Robert, seaman, bds Columbia House, 

Stewart 
Hall- Samuel M. roller U. S. B. Mint, dwl S s 

John nr Powell 
Hall S. C. bds What Cheer House 
Hall Thomas F. hatter, 65 Dupont, rear 
Hall T. Lemon, broker, dwl 38 First 
Hall W. H. molder, bds Seymour House 
Hall William, gas-fitter with Britton, Rey & 

O'Brien, bds Isthmus House, First 
Hall William, drayman with Gordon, Brooks, 

Backus & Tay 
Hall William, hand-cartman, XW cor Wash and 

Sansome, dwl XE cor Pacific and Kearny 
Hall Wm. D. L. drayman, rms 8 Brenham Place 
Hall Wm. H. (colored) Billiard Saloon, dwl E s 

Mason nr Vallejo 
Hall W. H. (E. X. & W. H. H.) dwl 273 Wash 
Hall Winslow, carpenter, dwl W s Stockton nr 

Pine 
Hallahan Florence, fruit-stand, X s First bet 

Minna and Xatoma 
Hallam John, laborer, rms S s Union bet Batty 

and Sansome 
HALLECK (H. W.) PEACHY (A. C) & BIL- 

LIXGS (Frederick) att'ys-at-law, 44 Mont 

Block, dwl SW cor Folsom and Second 
Halleron Thomas, blacksmith Y. I. Works, dwl 

X' s Jessie nr Ecker 
Hallett Atwood S. clerk with E. W. Moss, dwl 

X s Bush bet Kearny and Dupont 
Hallett Geo. H. Agent Contra Costa Laundry, 

office E s Davis nr Pacific, dwl 128 Bush 
Hallman Nathaniel, 4 St. Mary 
HALLIDIE A. S. & CO. (Thomas-G. Bradford) 

wire-rope manuf. 159 Battery, Works Xorth 

Beach 
HALLOCK J. Y. & CO. (H. C. Parker, Miles B. 

Carpenter and C. Christiansen) importers 

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Halloran Eugene, blacksmith Vulcan Foundry 
Hallorsn Thomas, blacksmith Vulcan Foundry 
Halloran Wm, plumber, 1 ><ls Benton House 

Hallowed Samuel, merchant, chvl 179 Pine 
Halls John, dwl 227 Dupont, rear 
Halpheu Alexander, dry goods, 197J Kearny 
Halpin James, porter with Conroy & O'Connor, 

dwl Xatoma nr First 
Halpin Thomas, laborer, rooms with M. Brannan 
Halpin Thomas, miner, NW cor Paeilicand Front 
Halsey Charles, attorney-at-law, NE cor Com- 
mercial and Montgomery, dwlSW cor Hyde 

and Greenwich 
Halsey Wm R. carpenter and builder, dwl NW 

cor Third and Harrison 
Halstead David, carpenter, dwl 275 "Wash, rear 
Hainan John, shipsmith with W. S. Phelps & 

Co. dwl N s Post bet Kearny and Dupont 
Hamann John D. porter with Rodgers, Meyer 

&Co. 
Hamblin Chas. C. with Nehemiah Palmer 
Hamblin Joshua, drayman with Moses Ellis & 

Co. dwl NE cor Third and Hunt 
Hambly Thomas C. attorney-at-law, NE cor 

Montgomery and California, dwl E s First 

bet Howard and Folsom 
Hamburg Augusts, furniture, G7 Kearny, dwl 

XW cor Push and Kearny 
Hamburg Valentine, upholsterer with J. Peirce 
Hamburger Bernard, impr staple and fancy dry 

goods, 90 California, dwl N s Mission near 

Third 
Hamburger Charles L. carpenter, dwl S s Jessie 

bet First and Anthony 
Hamel A. French School, N s Broadway bet Du- 
pont and Stockton 
Hamill William. Ass't Coiner TJ. S. Branch Mint, 

dwl S s Pacific nr Van Ness Avenue 
Hamilton Alfred (colored) cook, 295 Pacific 
Hamilton Caroline (widow, colored) dwl 282 

Jackson 
Hamilton Charles E. minstrel, Gilbert's Melodeon 
Hamilton (Charles F.) & Lovering (Reuben F.) 

photographic gallery, 111 Montgomery, dwl 

W s Third bet Bryant and Silver 
Hamilton J. bds What Cheer House 
Hamilton Jane Mrs. washing, dwl S s Stevenson 

bet Second and Baker 
Hamilton Joseph, saddler, dwl N s Folsom bet 

Third and Fourth 
Hamilton Margaret Miss, boarding, N s Brannan 

bet Third and Fourth 
Hamilton Robert, lather, dwl S s Minna bet 

Fifth and Simmons 
Hamilton W. II. actor, dwl 31 Montgomery 
Hamilton William, boatman, dwl E s Hodges PI 
Hamilton William H. (colored) cook, dwl S s 

Vallejo near Mason, rear 
Hamilton ( William J.) & White (Peter) carriage- 
makers, NB cor Spring and Summer 
Hamlay L. laborer Sugar Refinery, cor Harrison 

and Price 
Hamlin A. R. carpenter, bds with L. H. Nolte 
Ham A. N. bds What Cheer House 
Ham Edward A. compositor Evening Telegram, 

dwl SW cor Clay and Verba Buena 
Ham Henry H. clerk with A. F. Brown, dwl 

SW cor Clay and Yerba Buena 



Ham Israel II. produce commission, 30 Clay, dwl 

S s Howard bet First and Second 
Hamm I. T. accountant, dwl W s Clay Avenue 

near Clay 
Hammann J. H. (Htinsohn & H.) dwl NE cor 

Clay and Spofford 
Tlammcil Francis J. dwl W s Johnston nr Mission 
Hammell Louis A. salesman with M. Louis, dwl 

128 Commercial 
Hammer Charles, waiter with Schad & Schweiren, 

dwl 10] Merchant 
Hammer Edward IT. salesman with Thomas H. 

Selby & Co. dwl Vallejo near Dupont 
Hammer Melancthon 0. printer, bds 230 Clay 
Hammerer Frederick, baker, 202 Washington 
Ilammersehmidt John, shaving saloon, 23 Third 

bet Minna and Howard 
Hammersmith J. Mrs. dwl 174 Dupont 
Hammersmith John E. operator Vance's Gallery, 

dwl Dupont near California 
Hammon John (colored) laborer, dwl E s- Lafay- 
ette near Union 
Hammond Eben, carpenter, dwl W s Sansome 

bet Filbert and Union 
Hammond James, dark with W. & R, Hammond 
Hammond John, lumber, bds What Cheer House 
Hammond Lafayette. Cashier U. S. Branch Mint, 

dwl Folsom near Second 
Hammond Robert ( Wm. & R. Hammond) dwl 

146 Sacramento 
Hammond William, physician, bds Metropolitan 

Hotel 
Hammond William & Robert, cloths, cassimeres, 

etc., 146 Sacramento, and gents' furnishing 

goods, 162s Sacramento, dwl 12 Stevenson 
Hammond William, machinist, bds 59 First 
Hampshaw William H. liquors, 43 Commercial 
Hampton Robert, groceries, NW cor Clay and 

Mason, dwl SE cor Taylor and Valparaiso 
Hampton (Robert) & Lehmkuhl (Hermann) 

grocers, NE corner Minna and Fourth 
Hamsen Mina (widow) dwl S s Stevenson bet 

Ecker and Second 
llanaliery Michael, porter with N. R. Lowell, 

dwl S s Jessie bet Second and Third 
Hancock John, foreman Evening Bulletin, dwl 

325 Green 
Hancock N. bds Niantic Hotel 
Hancock S. dwl S s Mission bet Third and Fourth 
Hancock Samuel A. (colored) barber, dwl E s 

Dupont bet Post and Geary 
Hancock William (Prince & H.) dwl S s Jessie 

bet Third and Annie 
Hand C. clerk, bds Revere House 
Hand Charles V. treasurer Maguire's Opera 

House, dwl 144 Washington 
Hand Frank, hatter, 9 Quincy 
Hand Josiah, collecting clerk with Fred. Griffing 

Bonded Warehouse 
Hand Stephen, porter Cal. S. N. Co. dwl NE cor 

Front and Jackson 
Hand William, clerk, bds Revere House 
Hand W. M. clerk with A. L. Edwards & Co. 

dwl 81 Clay 
Handly Ellen, domestic with Wm. Langerman 
Handy John Rev. assistant pastor St. Francis 

Church, and assistant principal St. Thomas 

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I Imii'Iv {Ijirieri) k Arnold (/■' operage, 

N s Oregon nr Battery, dwl 26 Natoma 

Handy Patrick, laborer, dwl N i Filbert bet 
Kearny and Montgomery 

Handy William L. (NtWHian & 77.) dwl S 8 

Howard bet Third and Fourth 
Hanefln Jeremiah J. boarding, dwl W a Battery 

bet V a lie jo and I irecn 
Hancy Kdward, tin-man S. F. Gas Company, 

dwl W s Jane near Mission 
Haney James, drayman, dwl SW cor Pacific and 

Davis 
Haney Jeremiah, laborer, dwl N 8 Oregon near 

Davis 
Haney Thomas, contractor, dwlN s Brannan bet 

Price an I Harris 
Haney William, drayman, dwl N s Lombard bet 

Kearny and Montgomery 
HANEY WILLIAM W. proprietor Gem Saloon, 

NE cor Front and Sacramento, dwl L6 Minna 
Hanford Benjamin T. policeman, bds W s Powell 

nr Washington 
Hanforci John W. agent Turner & Cos varnishes, 

S s Market op Kearny 
Hang Vik ,t Co. (Chinese) merchants, 172 Sac 
Hanisoh Gottlieb, dressmaker, dwl S s O'Farrel 

bet Taylor and Jones 
Hanker Clans ( W. MiMmbrmk) & Co. bds with 

William Muhlenbrink 
Hankin Edward, seaman, dwl N¥ cor Stewart 

and Mission 
HANKS (Henry G.) & PACKARD (George L.) 

sign and ornamental painters, and dealers 

in paints and oil, 90 Clay, dwl SE corner 

Montgomery and California 
Hanlan J.C. 101 Merchant 
Hanley George W. laborer, dwl N s Sacramento 

bet Druram and East 
Hanley Mary Mrs. laundry, dwl 16 Merchant 
Hanley Michael, lather, bds with Peter Hanley 
Hanley Peter, lather, dwl S s Tyler bet Jones 

and Taylor 
Hanlon Clement, book-keeper Benton House 
Hanlon Daniel, ship-carpenter, dwl NE corner 

Minna and Jane 
HANLON FELIX J. proprietor Benton House, 

156 and 158 Commercial 
Hanlon Felix 0. What Cheer wood and coal 

yard, NE cor Second and Natoma 
Hanlon James, book-keeper Benton House 
Hanlon James, butcher, dwl SE cor Third and 

Minna 
Hanlon Roger, Liberty Market, SE corner Third 

and Minna 
Hanlon Valentine, drayman, dwl N s Union bet 

Kearny and Montgomery 
Hanlond I. S. collector, dwl 198 California, rear 
Hanly Thomas, carpenter and builder, dwl Polk 

Alley 
Hanly Wm. porter with Hellmann Bros. & Co. 

dwl 124 California 
Hanna Christina Miss, dwl with P. R. Hanna 
Hanna John, dwl N s Green abv Powell 
Hanna John, Deputy County Clerk, dwl S s 

Howard bet First and Second 
HANNA JOHN Jr. cement, plaster, and general 

merchandise, 57 Clay, dwl N s Green abv 

Powell 



Hanna Patrick R. shipwright, dwl Ss Howard 

bet First and Second 
Hanna Wm. P. elk with Britten, Bey A O'Brien 
Hannagan William, dwl Ws Sansome bet Green 

and Union 
Hannah Harriet Mrs. dwl N s Filbert nr Powell 
Hannan John, porter, dwl X s Filbert bet Mont- 
gomery and Sansome 
Hannan Margaret Mrs. 220 Kearny 
Hannan Michael, laborer Eureka Mills, bds with 

Martin Sullivan 
Hannen John, porter with R. E. Brewster & Co. 
Eannigan B. laborer with Geo. W. lilasdcll 
Hannigan Patrick, carpenter, N 8 Stevenson nr 

Bcker, dwl Jessie 
Hannigan Patrick, carpenter, dwl N 8 Jessie bet 

First and Anthony 
Hannon John, hostler with Baldwin «t Thomas 
Hanretty James. Boomerang Saloon, 191 Kearny 
Hans Jacob, cedar tub and pail manufacturer, NE 

cor Pacific and Powell 
Hanscom John 0. (Goddard, 77. & 7?.) dwl N 8 

Minna nr Second 
Hansen A. laborer Gold Refinery, cor Brannan 

and Harris 
Hansen A. G. blacksmith with T. Ogg Shaw, 

dwl Virginia Place 
Hansen Caroline, domestic Atlantic House, 62 

and 64 Pacific 
Hansen Charles A. brewer, dwl S s Green near 

Powell 
Hansen George D. teacher High School and 

teacher of languages, 148 Montgomery 
Hansen John, seaman, dwl S s Chambers near 

Battery 
Hansen (Louis) & Trapp (Frederick) harness- 
makers, NW cor Pine and Sansome 
Hansen Peter, drayman, dwl Moore's Place near 

Broadway 
Hansen T. dwl NW cor Pine and Sansome 
Hansen Thomas, stevedore, bds Oregon House, 

Stewart 
Hanson A. G. blacksmith with T. Ogg Shaw 
Hanson Alex. ( Winant & Co.) dwl N s Harrison 

bet Third and Fourth 
Hanson Charles, saloon, NW corner Pacific and 

Davis, dwl SW cor Vallejo and Davis 
Hanson Charles, ship-carpenter with Edward A. 

Anderson 
Hanson Christian, laborer Pioneer Flour Mills, 

Market 
Hanson John C. (Sayburan & 77.) bds with Aaron 

Robinson 
Hanson Stephen B. drayman with Hawley & Co. 

bds with Mrs. Mary J. Williams 
Hanson Thomas, barkeeper, dwl S s Broadway 

bet Front and Davis 
Hanssmann Henry (Von Muller & Co. Marysville) 

Consul for Prussia and Oldenberg, office 

SW cor Front and Cal, dwl Folsom nr Fourth 
Hap Sing (Chinese) washing, 120 Market 
Haraszthy Charles, dwl with A. S. Edwards 
Harbach Daniel L. milkman, Potrero Nuevo 
Harbeck Albert, cook with Bryan & Blumenthal, 

dwl Clay Street Market 
Harbor Thos. saloon, SW cor Dupont and Bdwy 
Harby Horace, street-broker, dwl S s Berry bet 

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Harden Benjamin, drayman with J. M. Wash- 
bum, X s Sutter cor Clara 
Harden Timothy F. drayman, dwl N s Cleary 

bet Bitch and Fourth 
Hardie (Diedrich) & Rutenberg {John H.) {and 

Emit Kirsten) importers dry goods, 6 Cus- 
tom House Block, dwl S s Bush bet Powell 

and Mason 
Hardigan James, laborer, dwl with Henry Kehoe 
Harding Jeannette Mrs. boarding, E s Third bet 

Mission and Jessie 
Harding (John) k Linekin {Ira W.) sail-makers, 

56 Front, dwl F s Quincv bet Pine and Clay 
HARDIXG SAMUEL C. Constable 2d Town- 
ship, 101 Merch, dwl S s Wash nr Powell 
Hardinan James II. granulator Gold Refinery, 

cor Harris and Brannan, dwl S s Hardie PI 
Hardwick Fben B. seaman, dwl with Capt. I. 

Hard wick 
Hardwick Israel, captain schooner J. K. F. Mans- 
field, dwl SE cor First and Tehama Place 
Hardwick Thomas, farmer, dwl with Capt. I. 

Hardwick 
Hardy Benj. J. physician, 14 and 16 Mont 
Hardy Elizabeth (widow) dwl E s Kearny bet 

Green and Vallejo 
Hardy James, blacksmith, dwl N s Greenwich 

bet Montgomery and Sansome 
Hare Alex, plasterer, dwl W s Hyde nr Bush 
Hare Chas. junk-dealer, W s Stewart op pier 3 
Hare Edward, Oregon Market, S s Jack nr Davis 
Hare George W. melter U. S. Branch Mint, bds 

with Mrs. H. P. Rogers 
Hare Patrick, salt-worker with Cary & Winegar 
Hare Thomas, pattern-maker Vulcan Foundry, 

dwl 8 s Francisco nr Dupont 
Harford Hiram A. ship-calker, bds with Mrs. 

Madeline Rodgers 
Harford John, laborer, dwl Ohio nr Broadway 
Hargadan Patrick, plasterer, dwl S s St. Marks 

Place bet Dupont and Stockton, rear 
Hargain Michael, bds 19 Jackson 
Hargett Godfrey, carpenter, dwl W s Kearny bet 

Union and Green 
Harjes Dietrich {Luhrsen & H.) bds with Fred'k 

Luhrsen 
Harjes Frederick, groceries and liquors, NW cor 

Union and Mason, dwl S s Union bet Mason 

and Taylor 
Harjes {Fred'k) & Co. {N. Boshen) groceries and 

liquors, NW cor Union and Mason 
Harkana M. inspector Custom House 
Harker John W. (Harker k Co. Murphy's, and 

H. A. Gagwin & Co. Placerville) 92 Front. 

dwl Green nr Leavenworth 
Harkin Barnett. fireman S. F. Gas Co. dwl N s 

Tehama nr Second 
Harkin Charles, teamster Fort Point, bds Fort 

Point 
Harkins Bernard, retortman S. F. Gas Co. 
Harkins Robert, brass-founder, dwl SE Brannan 

Street Bridge ' 

Harkness David, printer, dwl SW cor California 

and St. Marys Place 
Harkness John J. dwl New York Hotel 
Harlan Bridget, bds with Alexander Tilbot 
Harlan G. tailor, bds 62 and 64 Pacific 
Harley Ann Mrs. dwl W s Montgomery nr Bdwy 



Harley Charles, dealer rags, E s Davis bet Cali- 
fornia and Sacramento 
Harley F. C. driver ice-wagon, S s Broadway nr 

Front 
Harling John, seaman, bds 14 Tehama 
Harlock Margaret Mrs. midwife, dwl S s Hunt 

nr Third 
narloek Robert E. bricklayer, dwl S s Hunt nr 

Third 
Harlock Thomas, boiler-maker with Coffey & 

Risdon. dwl with R. E. Harlock 
Harlow George, with C. Meyer & Co. 
Harlow William, folder, Chelsea Laundry 
Ilarman Stephen, driver for John Gardner & Co. 
Harmon Henry, clerk with Dake & Wood, dwl 

N s Green nr Montgomery 
Harmon James, baker with Joseph Chadbourne 
Harmon Samuel H. (Heyvjood & H.) dwl Second, 

rear Wm. A. Palmer 
Harms Carl F. shoemaker, bds 62 and 64 Pacific 
Harms {Henry) & Browning (August) groceries 

and liquors, SW cor Folsom and Haywood 
Harms John, cook, dwl S s Washington bet 

Stockton and Powell 
Harms John {D. Bottcher & Co.) dwl SE cor 

Kearny and Union 
Harnden Frederick A. clerk bank, Wells, Fargo 

& Co. dwl room 28 Martin's Building, San- 
some nr California 
Harnden Wm. H. forwarding department, Wells, 

Fargo & Co. dwl room 28 Martin's Building, 

Sansome nr Washington 
Harnen Michael, with J. Cunningham, 57 Mer- 
chant, dwl O'Farrell 
Harney Patrick, tailor with Toy & Curran, dwl 

79 Montgomery 
Harney William, Dep. County Clerk, bds 185 

California 
Harper John, drayman, dwl S s Moulton Place 

nr Montgomery 
Harper John, rope-maker, dwl with Michael 

Welsh 
Harpford B. waiter with J. H. Cordier & Co. 129 

Commercial 
Harriague Steven, dwl NW cor Valparaiso and 

Mason 
Harrigan Cornelius, laborer, dwl Scott Place 
Harrigan Ilonora Miss, ironer, Chelsea Laundry 
Harrigan John, blacksmith with James Flintoff, 

dwl Hunt nr Third 
Harrigan Timothy, mason, bds with M. J. 

Kelcher 
Harrington Benjamin, stone-mason, dwl N s Sa- 
cramento bet Taylor and Mason 
Harrington Benj. drayman with Bray & Brother 
HARRINGTON CHESTER L. commission 

merchant, 64 Clay, resides^an Jose 
Harrington Daniel D. butcher, bds with Amos 

Baldwin 
Harrington David, mariner, bds with Wm. Cum- 

mings 
Harrington Dennis, harness-maker, bds 34 Webb 
Harrington Francis B. jeweler with Baldwin & 

Josephi, dwl Sacramento nr Mason 
Harrington Isaac, drayman, dwl 108 Sacramento 
Harrington Jeremiah, stone-cutter, dwl N s 

Stevenson bet Second and Ecker 
Harrington John, seaman, dwl W s St. Marys 



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Harrington John Rev. Assistant Pastor St. Marys 
Cathedral, dwl ESa Dupont nr Cathedral 

Harrington John J. a p p w n ttae Morning Call, 
<hvl B s T > 1 1 ] >f >t 1 1 nr Post 

Harrington [aerie Mrs. bda Plan Hotel 

Harrington Owen, laborer Bngsr Refinery, dwl 

B I Harrison bet Price and Harris 

Harrington Peter, ' l ongaha reman, dwl Ws Mont- 
gomery nr Broadway 

Harrington Timothy, butcher with Dumphy <t 

Mathews 

Harrington William. Machinist Union Foundry 

Harris . capt brig Ida D. Rogers, bds with 

Thomas Blackmore 

Harris Abraham, tailor. 132 Mission 

HARRIS A. H. accountant with Ohger, Wolf 
& Co. dwl W s Kearny bet Sacramento and 
Commercial 

Harris A. L. bds What Cheer House 

Harris A very T. book-keeper Tax Collector, dwl 
W s Stanley Place nr Harrison 

Harris Benjamin, gunsmith, dwl W s Kearny nr 
Union 

Harris David, clerk with J. M. Strobridge & Co. 
dwl SW cor Sansome and Commercial 

Harris David, waiter, 20 First 

Harris Donald, Winchester Market, dwl 88 
Kearny 

Harris E. bds St. Nicholas Hotel 

Harris Edwin, clerk with Wm. T. Coleman <fc Co. 
bds with J. Clement 

Harris Edwin R. stevedore, rooms 95 Pine 

Harris Elias, clothing, 109 Commercial 

Harris Ellen (widow) boarding, SE cor Sansome 
and Commercial 

Harris George, hair-cutting saloon, SW corner 
Drumm and Jackson 

Harris George, drayman with Wm. H. Rich- 
ards, dwl 168 Sansome 

Harris George A. drayman with Daniel Gibb & 
Co. dwl cor Larkin and Sacramento 

Harris George R. salesman with A. Austin & 
Co. dwl 133 Clay 

Harris George W. dentist, 132 Montgomery 

HARRIS H. & CO. assayers, 105 Sacramento, 
resides Marysville 

Harris Hannah (widow) dwl N s Jessie bet Se- 
cond and Third 

Harris Isaac, clothing, 127 Davis 

Harris (J. F) & Coy (Francis) commission pro- 
duce, 74 Merchant, residence Encinal, Ala- 
meda county 

Harris John, cloak-maker, dwls 99 Bdwy, rear 

Harris John, seaman, dwl 20 Stevenson 

Harris John N. with J. T. Jones, dwl 132 Cal 

Harris Joseph, tailor, 249 Clay 

Harris Joseph L.* (Rutherford, H. & Co.) dwl S 
e Minna bet Second and Third 

Harris Lewis. Mechanics' Coffee House, 20 First 

Harris Mark clothing, 180 Kearny 

Harris Marks, tailor, 98 Pacific 

Harris Marx, tailor, E s Virginia nr Jackson 

Harris Marx M. cap-maker, dwl 164 Commercial 

Harris Michael, tailor, dwl N s Union nr Mason, 
rear 

Harris MitcheU, tailor, dwl 249 Clay 

Harris Moses, hand-cartman, dwl S s Jessie bet 
First and Anthony 



Han-is Richard, clerk, bda What Cheer Hi 

Harris S. dry goods, 2.VI Stockton, dwl N Cal 
Harris Samuel, clothing, dwl W s First bet 

Howard and Tehama 
Harris Simon, waterman, dwl N s Stevenson nr 

Second 

Harris (Simon) & Coleman (E<ln-<ir<l) importers 

fancy goods, '•>'> California, dwl B a Howard 

nr Third 
Harris Stephen R. physician, bds Oriental Hotel 
Harris Bumpter, tailor with Betinet & Banks, 

dwl X s Broadway nr Kearny 
Harris Thomas, steward stop Golden Gate, dwl 

S a Washington bet Powell and Mason 
Harris Timothy, brass-finisher, dwl N s Clay bet 

Stockton and Powell 
Harris Wm. H. finisher, S. F. Woolen Factory 
Harris Wolff, cloak-maker. 363 Stockton 
Harrisa Benjamin (colored) gunsmith, EsLeides- 

dorff nr Commercial, dwl W s Kearny bet 

Union and Green 
Harriss Joseph, packer for Peter Smith, dwl 53 

Clay 
Harriss William, cooper, dwl NW cor Commer- 
cial and Davis 
Harrison Andrew, ship-carpenter, dwl with John 

McComb 
Harrison Augustus, miner, rooms 49 Bush 
Harrison Charles H. pilot, dwl S s Francisco nr 

Dupont 
Harrison George, Liberty Restaurant, N s Pacific 

near Kearny 
Harrison G. H. physician, dwl and office NW cor 

Broadway and Stockton 
Harrison H. D. (Falkner, Bell & Co.) res London 
Harrison Isabella Mrs. dry goods, 183 Kearny 
Harrison James S. merchant, dwl 183 Kearny 
Harrison James V. clerk, dwl S s Clary bet Ritch 

and Fourth 
HARRISON {John) & SMITH (William C.) 

"Boomerang,"' NW cor Dupont and Wash, 

dwl E s Mason bet Pacific and Broadway 
Harrison Peter, carriage-maker, dwl S s Third 

bet Folsom and Howard 
Harrison Ralph C. (Colton & H.) bds American 

Exchange 
Harrison Randolph, gauger Custom House, dwl 

N s Jackson bet Powell and Mason 
Harrison Wm. P. rooms with Gardner Elliot 
Harrison Wm. S. composition ornaments, NE cor 

Folsom and Third 
Harrold James, (R. E. Brewster & Co.) dwl N a 

Greenwich bet Dupont and Stockton 
Harrold John (Lyon & Go.) dwl 94 Jessie 
Harrop John, laundryman. dwl with A. W. Piper 
Harrop Samuel, boiler-maker with Coffey & 

Risdon 
Harry John, carpenter, 88 Pacific 
Hart John, drayman, S s O'Farrell nr Taylor 
Hart Henry, baker, dwl Broderick Engine House 
Hart Burnett,, tailor, dwl S s Post nr Taylor 
Hart Daniel, express wagon, dwl S s Broadway 

near Sansome 
Hart Frank, printer Golden Era, dwl 148 Com 
Hart Isabella Mrs. fancy goods, dwl with Aaron 

Morris 
Hart Jesse, bricklayer, rms NW cor Montgomery 

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Hart Jesse B. attorney-at-law, 101 Merchant, 

dwl COr First and FolSOXQ 
Hart John, blacksmith, dwl N s Bush bet Stock- 
tun and Dupont 
Hart John, fruit-stand, NW cor Second and Jessie 
Hart John, hostler with Miller & Hopkins 
Hart John, street-contractor, dwl S s .Sacramento 

bet Drnnini ami Bast 
Hart John [Murphy & II.) dwl rear Notre Dame 

Church 
Hart Louis, laborer, dwl 18 Sacramento 
Hart May Miss, dressmaker, bds with Jno. Cooney 
Hart Mary Mrs. dwl 335 Dupont 
Hart Mary (widow) res with J. D. Stevenson 
Hart Michael, mason, S. F. Gas Co. 
Hart Michael, wood and coal yard, dwlE s Pow- 
ell nr Pacific 
Hart Richard, steward with W. H. Blossom 
Hart Simon {Sirassen, II. dt Co.) dwl 63 Merchant 
Hart S. P. painter with J. R. Kelly, dwl NE cor 

California and Davis 
Hart Thomas, saloon, E s Front nr Pacific 
Hart Thomas, steward Plaza Hotel 
Hart Thomas, laborer Union Foundry 
Hart T. S. bds Western House, Stewart 
Hart William, laborer, dwl W s Yerba Buena 

bet California and Sacramento 
Harte B. compositor Golden Era 
Hartley Aliram, porter, dwl 4 Morse 
Hartlieb II. clerk with J. A. Bauer, 186 "Wash 
Hartnian Isaac, attorney, 172 Montgomery, dwl 

Union Hotel 
Hartman Jacob, molder, dwl E s Dupont bet 

Sutter and Post 
Hartmann Adolph, clerk with I. Hartmann, dwl 

75 Sutter 
Hartmann C. groceries, SW cor Dupont and St. 

Marks Place, {and Hildebrandt & H.) 
Hartmann Edouard, carpenter, dwl S s Green- 
wich near Mason 
Hartmann Frederick, clerk with J. Hartmann, 

dwl 75 Sutter 
Hartmann Henry, real estate, dwl S"W corner 

Mason and Lombard 
HARTMANN JACOB, imp hats and caps, 83 

Battery, dwl 75 Sutter 
Hartmann James, baker with Philip Bill 
Hartmann Michael, baker International Hotel 
Hartniann Wm. groceries, NW cor Kearny and 

Jackson 
Hartnatt Michael, re ortman S. F. Gas Co. bds 

witli Charles Moneypenny 
Hartnatt Morris, vegetables, 57 Jessie 
llartnett Daniel L. bds What Cheer Hotel 
Hartnett Jerry, laborer, dwl S s Greenwich near 

Powell 
Hartnett Michael, wood and coal, 100 Bush 
llartnett William II. nurse U. S. M. Hospital 
Ilarton Thomas, laborer, bds with George Roeben 
Hartshorn William, barkeeper, 116 Montgomery, 

bds Tremout House 
HARTSHORN {Benjamin M.) & CRARY {Oli- 
ver B.) coal-dealers, NE cor Front and Broad- 
way, dwl 209 Washington 
Hartung Chas. bottler with N. B. Jacobs & Co. 

dwl 111 Dupont 
Hartung Theodore, manufacturing jeweler, N s 
Sutter bet Montgomery and Sansome 



Hartung W. Mrs. midwife, 111 Dupont 

Uartwell Geo. baker with Wm. Horr 

Hart well Jeremiah (colored) porter with Smiley, 

Yerkes & Voizin 
Harte©] Chas. A. sign-painter with T. Robinson 
Harvard Edwin P. bds Brooks House 
Harvard F. E. bds What Cheer House 
1 larvey Charles, carpenter, dwl S s Greenwich 

bet Dupont and Kearny 
Harvey Charles, carpenter, dwl 8 First 
Harvey Edward JEL vocalist, dwl E s Prospect PI 
Harvey G. bds What Cheer House 
Harvey J. A. rooms with Thomas Taylor 
Harvey James C. paiuter, dwl Fremont Court nr 

Clay 
Harvey Julia B. Mrs. pianist, bds Brannan House 
Harvey Thomas, shipwright, dwl with George 

Doherty 
HARVEY W. H. Commissioner of Emigrants, 

21 U. S. Court Bdg 
Harvey Wm. H. compositor Times, dwl 212 

Washington 
Harwood J. G. painter with J. R. Kelly, dwl 28 

California 
Harwood Thomas, carpenter, dwl N s Green- 
wich bet Dupont and Kearny 
Harzer James, rooms 120 Bush 
HASBACH OTTO, Notary Public and C. H. 
broker, U. S. Court Bdg, Battery, dwl 151 
Stockton 
Haseltine Charles E. stevedore, Pier 3 Stewart 
Haseltine Hazen Jr. garden seeds and general 
merchandise, 38 Clay, dwl S s Bush bet 
Stockton and Powell 
Bashagan John, groceries and liquors, NW cor 

Broadway and Stockton 
Haskell Chas. L. harness-maker, 84 Kearny, dwl 

Plaza Hotel 
Haskell Geo. S. Canton Tea Store, 14 Mont, dwl 

S s Minna bet Third and Fourth 
Haskell John L. furnished rooms, 309 Stockton 
HAS lv ELL L. & CO. hides, wool, etc. 3 Davis, 

dwl Black Point 
Haskell Phineas, sash-maker, Market St. Mills, 

dwl Second nr Howard 
Haskell William, builder with S. A. Metcalf 
Haskell William, engineer, dwl 21 Sansome 
Haskell William, machinist Vulcan Foundry 
Haskell William A. carpenter, bds with Thomas 

Farmer 
Haskiu Charles A. clerk, dwl with C. S. Whit- 
ney 
Haskin Henry R. compositor Bulletin, dwl Har- 
lan Place, west end 
Haskin Jonathan, wharfinger Mission St. Wharf, 

dwl Mission bet Second and Third 
Haslar Frederick, paper box-maker with H. 

Manneck 
Haslem Henry, porter with J. De la Montanya, 

dwl W s Leavenworth bet Cal and Sac 
Hasmer Grauwell, dwl 12 John nr Powell 
Hassan Hiram, paper hanger, dwl Kearny bet 

Broadway and Pacific 
Hassel Henry, porter with Mrs. Amelia Nau- 

mann 
Hassen Eliza Mrs. fruit, 222 Pacific 
Hasset M. R. inspector Custom House, bds What 
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Frank A. clerk with Cobb ASinton, dwl | 

Stock or California 
Hasaolcl Christol, coppersmith, dwl Ss Mission 

bet Third and Fourth 
Hasson James 0. freight clerk C. S. N. Co. dwl 

X K cor Front and Jackson 
HassoD Thomas, wood and coal, 29 Sansome, 

dwl 17 Bryant Place 
SassOD William, blacksmith Vulcan Foundry, 

dwl K s Hubbard Of Howard 

Easte Henry, clerk, 149 California) bds with 

Win. Fell 
HASTE {John B)& KIRK (Christian) coal yard 

149 California, res Boston 
Hastings John, physician, 186 Washington 
Hastings John, bds with John Cannon, Black 

Point 
Hastings John, upholsterer with J. D. Coulter, 

dwl 129 Hush 
Hastings Nathaniel, builder, dwl Ss Bush bet 

Jones and Leavenworth 
Hastings S. A. fanner, office 94 Clay 
Hastings S. Clinton real estate agent, NW cor 

Montgomery and Merchant, res Benicia 
Hasty We sea-captain, dwl N s Bush near 

Stockton 
Haswell Edmund H. (Coffee & H.) dwl 39 Mont 
Has well John C. printer Evening Bulletin, dwl 

E s Calhoun bet Green and Union 
Hatch Albert, dwl SW cor Brumm and Wash 
Hatch Asa D. commission merchant, dwl N s 

Sutter bet Hyde and Larkin 
Hatch James, cabinet-maker with A. Brooks, bds 

Union House 
Hatch Laura A. (widow J dressmaker, SE cor 

Bush and Mont, dwl W s Stockton bet Clay 

and Washington 
Hatch Sauford, cook, Hillman's Temp. House 
Hatch (Theodore II.) & Brangon (Richard 31.) 

butter, eggs, etc. 44 Washington Market 

and 94 Mcht. dwl N s Sutter nr Larkin 
Hatch Wm. Henrv. cook at Montgomery House 
Hatch Wm. P. with Wm. H. P. Clark, dwl Clay 

below Davis 
Hatfelta Dorah Miss, laundress, dwl Card's Alley 

nr Stockton 
Hathaway A. L. book-keeper with Hathaway & 

Co. 
Hathaway B. W. physician, 148 Montgomery 
Hathaway Chas. B. stevedore, dwl S s Cards Al- 
ley nr Stockton 
Hathaway Chas. H. rms with Chas. H. Dexter 
Hathaway Charles W. dwl 148 Montgomery 
Hathaway (Edmund Y.) & Co. com. produce, 8 

Clay, and Rincon Point Warehouse, junction 

Harrison and Spear, dwl E s Central Place 

nr Pine 
Hathaway George B. mason, dwl NE cor Mis- 
sion and Beale 
Hathaway Luther B. box-maker with Hobbs, 

Gilinore & Co. dwl with E. H. B. Heath 
Hathorne Henry W. with McRuer £ Merrill 
Hatman George, milk-ranch, Presidio Road op 

Lagoon 
Hatzfelt John, tailor, What Cheer House, dwl 

122 Jackson 
Haubert Christof, importer hock wine, 116 Kear- 
ny, dwl NE cor Folsom and Fourth 



Hanbrecb William, waiter Martin's Restaurant 
Hauck J. F. watchmaker, !»h Pacific 

Hank </ Marquard (/>. FVofld*) li<|Uor 

saloon, 151 Clay, dwl SE eor Jackson and 

Montgomery 
Hauff Susan (widow) dwl E s Dupont bet Sutter 

ami l'"-i 
Haurmann John, machinist with Leopold P. Gar- 

cin. dwl cor Clay and Davis 
Haugherty James, tailor, :;u Montgomery 
Haughey Francis, teamster, rms with Wm. Kerr 
Haultzman .John, carpenter, rms with James 

Landers 
Hauser Casper (Schuster & II.) dwl Vallejo nr 

Dupont 
Hauser Charles, boots and shoes, 163 Wash 
Hauser David, hoots and shoes. 211 Dupont, dwl 

SW cor Dupont and Pacific 
Hauser George, cook with Schuster k Hauser 
Haussmann Adolph, commission merchant, dwl 

NW cor Union and Kearny 
Havelock Henry, compositor Alta California, dwl 

K s Montgomery bet Green and Vallejo 
HAVEN (Joshua P.) k JOHNSTON ( Wm. B.) 

insurance agents and proctors in admiralty, 

106 Montgomery, dwl 397 Powell 
HAVEN R. S. insurance agent. Underwriters 

Rooms, U. S. Court Building, Battery nr 

Wash, dwl S s Clay bet Mason and Taylor 
Haven Wm. S. book-keeper, Pacific Mail S. S. 

Co. dwl Virginia Block, Stockton 
Havens Henry T. (Bore & II.) dwl 6 Tehama 
Havens Wiekham S. accountant with Fordham & 

Jennings, dwl 319 Stockton 
HaverHenry, baker, bds 62 and 64 Pacific 
Ha we Joseph P. carpenter, bds Brannan House 
Hawes Charles M. carpenter, dwl Potrero, SE 

Brannan St. Bridge 
HAWKS HORACE, attorney-at-law, 174 Clay, 

res Redwood City 
Hawes Jane Mrs. dressmaker, dwl N s Clay bet 

Stockton and Powell 
Hawes Madison, printer, dwl NW cor Pine and 

Taylor 
Hawes Noves P. carrier Evening Telegram, dwl 

51 Bush 
Hawkins Arthur, molder Union Foundry 
Hawkins Arthur K. collector S. F. Gas Co. dwl 

79 Minna 
Hawkins Charles (colored) laborer, dwl 336 

Dupont 
Hawkins George, surveyor, dwl S s Lafayette nr 

Green 
Hawkins Henry, (colored) laborer U. S. B. Mint, 

dwl Harrison nr Fourth 
Hawkins James, machinist, dwl 77 Minna 
Hawkins James, Jr. machinist, bds 77 Minna 
Hawkins John P, saddler, dwl 162 Battery 
Hawkins Joseph, laborer, dwl W s Main bet 

Folsom and Harrison 
Hawkins James, machinist, Union Foundry 
HAWKINS JAMES W. Inspector Stamps, office 

U. S. Ct. Bdg, dwl N s Sacramento bet Du- 
pont and Stockton 
Hawkins Michael, machinist, Union Foundry, 

bds 77 Minna 
Hawkins Robert brass-founder with John C. 

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Hawkins W. saw-mills, bds What Cheer House 

Hawkins Win. draughtsman, bds 77 Minna 

Hawkins Win., machinist Union Foundry 

Hawkins Win. purifier S. F. Gas Co. 

Hawks George, butcher, dwl El Dorado Building 

Hawks Jabez D. with Castle & Freeborn, dwl N 
s Mission bet Third and Fourth 

Hawley Charles A. (Shiverick ft Hawley, Placer- 
ville) office SE cor California and Battery, 
dwl E s Second bet Folsom and Harrison 

HAWLEY CHARLES J. & CO. family groceries, 
S E cor Mission and Second 

Hawley David N. (Hawley & Co.) dwl Park 
Place bet Essex and Second 

Hawley Ebenezer R. (Sail <& H.) dwl W s 
Ritch bet Brannan and Townsend 

Hawley George T. {Hawley & Co.) dwl Howard 
nr Third 

Hawley Jacob C. clerk with C. J. Hawley & Co. 
dwl N W cor Post and Leavenworth 

Hawley Thomas {Davis & Co.) dwl 205 Clay 

Hawley ( Walter K ) & CO. {David K and Geo. 
T. Hawley) importers hardware, S E cor 
California and Battery, dwl Howard nr 
Third 

Haws Henry, dwl S s Berry nr Dupont 

Hawthorn Edward D. waterman, bds Seymour 
House 

Hawxhurst E. Miss, teacher Hyde Street School 

Hawxhurst Robert {Hawxhurst & Son) dwl N s 
Clay nr Powell 

Hawxhurst ( Walter) & Son {Robert Hawxhurst) 
importers wood and willow ware, 39 Sacra- 
mento, resides Pacheco • 

Haxe George butcher with Henry Mess, dwl 
El Dorado Building 

Hay Augusta, laundry, dwl 349 Dupont 

Hay John McH. clerk with J. Bryant Hill & Co. 
dwl N s Tehama nr Third 

Hay John McHardy, Jr. bds with John McHardy 
" Bay 

Hayden Grenville G. dentist, 118 Montgomery 

HAYDEN HENRY C. Agent Wheeler & Wil- 
son's Sewing Machines, S W cor Mont- 
gomery and Sacramento, dwl S s Howard 
nr Third 

Hayden Herbert, sewing machines, bds with 
Henry Hayden 

Hayden Ira, driver with Leopold Miller, dwl New 
England House 

Hayden M. butcher with Leopold Miller, dwl 
New England House 

HAYDEN {James G.) & GOODMAN {James P.) 
liquor saloon, N E cor Montgomery and 
Washington 

Hayden James H. with H. C. Hayden, cor Sac- 
ramento and Montgomery 

Hayden John J. hair-dresser with A. Fleres, dwl 
JO Green 

Hayden Lawrence, cook Metropolitan Hotel 

Hayden M. (widow) bds Brannan House 

Hayen Henry, groceries and liquors, S E cor 
Third and Sherwood Place 

Hayes Alexander, miller, bds at Mount Hope 

Hotel 

Hayes Charles D. book-keeper with Crosby & 

Mathewson, dwl Bush nr Stockton 
Hayes Daniel E. book-keeper Fulton Foundry 



Hayes D. E. carpenter, bds What Cheer House 
Hayes Edward F. carpenter, rms with WUliam 
Kennerson 

Hayes E. M. Mrs. dwl 25!) Stoekton 

Hayes E. Rock, jeweler with R. B. Gray & Co. 

Hayes George W. {Worthington k II.) dwl with 
Thomas J. Hayes 

Hayes (Henry) & Mead {Allen) milk depot, 161 
Kearny 

HAYES (James) & PRITCHARD {James A.) 
marble yard, 166 California, dwl S s Bush 
bet Dupont and Stockton 

Hayes James, laborer, dwl 11 Natoma 

Hayes James, laborer, rms Elassette IT nr Sutter 

Hayes James, stevedore, bds Columbia House, 
Stewart 

Hayes James J. hostler with John Gardner & 
Co. 

Hayes John, blacksmith, 105 Kearny, dwl Sut- 
ter bet Stockton and Powell 

Hayes John, laborer, dwl Ashburton Place nr 
Dupont 

Hayes John, laborer, bds with Timothy Hayes 

Hayes John, hostler with John Gardner & Co. 

Hayes Mary (widow) dwl with Wm. Kelly 

Hayes Mary, domestic with S. Harding 

Hayes Michael, real estate, dwl cor Grove and 
Van Ness Avenue 

Hayes Michael, seaman, dwl N E cor Lombard 
and Montgomery 

Hayes Patrick, laborer, dwl W s First bet 
Howard and Natoma 

Hayes Philip, groceries, N E cor Stockton and 
Union 

Hayes Robert, marble-cutter, 166 California, dwl 
W s Sonoma Place nr Union 

Hayes Thomas, San Francisco and Mission Rail- 
road, dwl cor Grove and Van Ness Avenue 

Hayes Thos. R. book-keeper with Main & Win- 
chester, rms 128 Dupont 

Hayes Thomas J. carriage-trimmer, dwl N E cor 
Stevenson and Ecker 

Hayes Timothy, laborer, dwl N s Minna bet 
Third and Fourth 

Hayes William (Stanly & II.) dwl N s Post bet 
Stockton and Powell 

HAYNES (Benjamin) & LAWTON (Orlando) 
imps crockery and glassware, 128Sansome, 
dwl 111 Montgomery 

Haynes Jacob, clerk with Wm. Baily 

Haynes Joel, painter with J. R. Kelly, dwl Mis- 
sion bet First and Second 

Haynes John W. teas, 37 California dwl with 
S. D. King 

Haynes Nahum, seaman, dwl E s Taylor bet 
Sacramento and California 

HAYNES THOMAS J. & CO. importers and 
com merchants, 37 California, dwl Metropol- 
itan Hotel 

Haynes Wm. P. seaman, dwl S s Natoma bet 
Jane and Third 

Hays Daniel & Go.(Bishop Sheldon) jiraymeu, 64 
Front 

Hays l'airiek, laborer, dwl 12 Clara 

Hayward IS. steam-paddy, dwl N s Minna bet 
Third and Fourth 

Hayward George, clerk with Sather & Church, 
dwl S W cor Clay and Battery 



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Hay ward I,ul her, Carpenter, <lwl W 8 Front bet 

Market and Pine 
Hayward M. newspaper-carrier, lids What Cheer 

II" 

Haywood Calvin, bds with Mrs. 0. Diez 

Haywood George B. with Alfred Six, dwl 25 
Bush 

Haywood S. P. dwl S s Folsom bet Ritch and 

Fourth 
Haywood Wm. mason, dwl W s Mary I 

tOOM and Minna 
Haywood William (colored) hand-cartrnan, 128 

SansoBte, dwl MiTes Court 

Hazard Daniel, freight-olerk California S. N. 
Co. Broadway Wharf) dwl with Mrs. F. T. 
Horner 

Hazard Patrick, 8 Washington, dwl Clementina 
nr .Simmons 

Hazard Philip F. dentist, dwl S s Ellis nr Stock 

Hazelquist (/,«»/*•) & Blander (John S.) groceries 
and liquors, 272 Jackson 

Hazeltine (B. P.) & Jones (J. II) ship brokers 
and commission merchants. BTW cor Front 
and Commercial, residence .Shasta 

Hazeltine llazen. grocer, dwl Ss Bush nr Powell 

Hazeltine William, broker, 144 Washington 

Hazleton Ann. domestic witli Q. A. Chase 

Head Samuel, painter, rooms Broderick Engine 
House 

Heagan H. H. Miss, teacher Mission St. Primary 
School 

Heal Caroline B. (widow) boarding, 180 Mission 

Heal Leon, bds ISO Mission 

Heald James, rooms 177 Dupont 

Healy biennis, paver, dwl cor Leav and Bdwy 

Healy James, carriage manufacturer with Case- 
bolt & Co. dwl with Dennis Healy 

Healy John, tailor, dwl F s Trinity nr Sutter 

Healy M. J. Mrs. rooms 112 Bush 

Healy Wm. laborer, dwl Broadway bet Leaven- 
worth and Hyde 

Heaney Edward, retortman S. F. Gas Co. 

Heaney Patrick, stoves and tinware, 61 Kearny 

Hearn John, carrier Bulletin, dwl S s Silver bet 
Third and Fourth 

Hearn John M. drayman, dwl W s First bet Te- 
hama and Howard 

Heath Alfred, stone-cutter Fort Point 

Heath Flauder H. B. box-maker with Hobbs, 
Gilmore & Co. dwl N s Jessie bet First and 
Anthony 

Heath Henry, mason, dwl 22 Trinity 

Heath Jemima Mrs. dwl W s Dupont nr Green- 
wich 

Heath Richard W. {Greene, H. & Allen) residence 
Oakland 

Heatley F. D. broker, SW cor Clay and Leides- 
dorfT, bds Union Club Rooms 

Heberling James, painter, rooms 75 Bush 

Hecht Abi, bds St. Nicholas Hotel 

HECHT BROTHERS {Isaac and Jacob H.) & 
CO. {Lewis Hecht) importers and jobbers 
clothing, boots, shoes and furnishing goods, 
82 Sacramento, dwl St. Nicholas Hotel 

Hecht Jacob H. (Hecht Bros. & Co.) dwl St. 
Nicholas Hotel 

Hecht Lewis (Hecht Brothers & Co.) residence 
Baltimore, Md. 



Hecht Louise Mrs. music teacher, dwl NE cor 

Vallcjo and Dupont 
Hedemann Henry, baker Irving Bakery, bds New 

England House 
Sedge William, machinist San Franciso Machine 

Works, bds 1 1 Minna 

Hedges George M. book-keeper with It. E. Rai- 
mond. dwl E s Kearny bet Green and Union 

b. H. commission merchant, 10 Commer- 
cial, dwl 266 Stockton nr Jackson 
3on (Chinese) washing. 42 Webb 

Hec Son (Chinese) washing, E s Dupont bet Clay 
and Commercial 

Her Wan (Chinese) butcher, 189 Sacramento 

Heegan Catherine Mrs. boarding. Broadway Ho- 
tel, dwl W s Mason nr Vallejo 

Hefflej ( William) A Bien (//.) Commercial 
Academy. 172 Washington 

Hefiner Charles with Beythien & Schenk, dwlS S 
Post bet Kearny and Dupont 

Charles, hair-dresser. 200 Washington 

Heidecker H. tinsmith, bds 62 and 64 Pacific 

Heidholi Henry, clerk with Louis Meyer, cor Fol- 
som and Fremont 

Heiert Frederick, box-maker, dwl NE cor Davis 
and California 

Heighe William H. clerk bank of Wells, Fargo 
&Co. 

Height Charles (colored) barber, dwl NE corner 
Washington and Stone 

Heile Bernard, bds Philadelphia House 

Heim Oscar, book-keeper with S. Rich & Brother, 
dwl Sutter bet Dupont and Kearny 

Heimburg (E. Wm.) & Co. (John Schroder) Em- 
pire House, SE cor Jackson and Drumm, 
and vinegar manufacturers, 37 Washington, 
dwl N s Folsom nr Second 

Heimburg (Henry) &, Holje (J. B.) liquor saloon, 
203 Pacific 

Hein G. B. cigar-maker, bds 62 and 64 Pacific 

Hein John, baker. 2.'!4 Jackson 

Hein John G. importer shoe-rmdings, 177 and 179 
Montgomery 

Hein Michael, shaving saloon, 294 Dupont 

Heinberg Abraham, merchant, dwl W s Anthony 
nr Mission 

Heineau Jacob, laborer, dwl 189 Pacific 

Heinemaun Michael, physician, NE cor Jackson 
and Montgomery, dwl W s Pacific bet Mont- 
gomery and Kearny 

Heinold John M. Union Bakery, 372 Stockton 

Heinrenci Ernest, jeweler with Theodore Halt- 
ing, bds German Hall 

Heins (Hermann) & Eden {John) groceries and 
liquors, NE cor Chambers and Battery 

Heinsenberger L. A. carpenter, dwl August 
Alley 

Heinsohn Carston H. groceries and liquors, 
SE cor Anthony and Jessie 

Heinsohn (Jacob) & Hammann (J H.) groce- 
ries, NE cor Clay and Spofford 

Heintz Valentine, cabinet-maker with J. Peirce 

Heinze Charles, locksmith with Auberlin & Co. 
bds Wm. Tell House 

Heise Wm. rooms 85 Kearny 

Heisen John, butcher with F. Keller 

Heissner F. carpenter, dwl N s Tehama bet Third 
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Heister A. C. compositor Herald, chvl 230 Clay 
Heitmann Nicholas, drayman, dwl N sSt. Marks 

Place nr Kearny 
Heitmollar Frederick, blacksmith, bds Eagle 

Hotel 
Heitzeberg P. (Bapp, H. & Co.) dwl SE cor 

Turk and Larkin 
Hei/.man John, watchmaker and jeweler, 72 

Commercial, dwl S s Bush bet Dupont and 

Kearny 
Heizman Lawrence, watchmaker with John 

Hcizmaun, dwl 72 Commercial 
Helbing Augustus, merchant, office 59 Sac 
Held Bernard, clerk, 250 Stockton 
Held Frederick, engineer Pioneer Flour Mills, 

Market 
Held George, barber with Ciprico & Ewald, dwl 

SB cor Bush ami Montgomery 
Held Henry, engineer with John Feile 
Held James, driver, bds with Leopold Miller 
Helgoth Henry, plasterer, dwl S s Everett bet 

Third and Fourth 
Helke Charles, saddler, E s Third bet Howard 

and Minna 
Heller C. L. book-keeper with J. Frank & Co. dwl 

SE cor Stockton and Filbert 
Heller Jonas (M. Heller cfc Bros.) res New York 
Heller Koppel, sausage-maker, dwl 243 Kearny 
Heller Martin (M. Heller & Bros.) dwl Geary nr 

Leary 
HELLER MOSES & BROTHERS, (Martin Hel- 
ler and Jonas Heller) importers fancy and 

dry goods, 88 Cal, dwl Geary nr Kearny 
Heller Win. (L. & M. Sachs & Co.) resides New 

York 
Helleuschmidt {Frederick) & Lawler (Joseph) 

butchers, Potrero, S Brannan St. Bridge 
Hellin Frederick, drayman with Booth & Co. dwl 

5 s Union bet Mason and Taylor 
Hellman Max, book-keeper with J. Seligman & 

Co. dwl Washington nr Dupont 
Hellmann Edward (Hellmann Bros. & Co.) res 

London 
Hellmann George (Hellmann Brothers & Co.) res 

Peru 
Hellmann Brothers (Richard, Edwardand George) 

6 Co. (Adolphus Ehrhorn) commission mer- 
chants, 122 and 124 California, dwl N s 
O'Farrell bet Dupont and Stockton 

Hellmers Andrew, barkeeper at Tittel Brothers 
Hellwegeu Henry, oysters, 140 Montgomery, dwl 

N IS cor Powell and Vallejo 
Helmers N. P. bds with Otto Bergenheim 
Helmers W. ship-carpenter, 02 and 64 Pacific 
Helmken John T. (Lakemann & H) dwl Ss Clay 

nr Taylor 
Helving Auguste, bds with M. Mayblum 
Helvvig Auguste, musician, dwl W s Trinity bet 

Sutter and Bush 
Hemenway Sylvester, commission merchant, 41 

Sacramento, dwl SE cor First and Folsom 
Hemenway Wm. P. carpenter, dwl N s Taylor 

one door S of Union 
Hemphill John 0. contractor, boards 62 and 64 

Pacific 
Hemphill Thomas S. clerk with Smiley, Yerkes 

& Voizin, dwl with Peter McKewen 
Hemprich Louis ( Gutzeit & //.) dwl 149 Kearny 

n 



Hempstead Charles H. Superintendent U. S. 
Branch Mint, office 147 Commercial, up- 
stairs, dwl S s Union bet Jones ami Taylor 
Hempstead David B. secretary Superintendent 
U. S. Branch Mint, dwl S s Union bet Jones 
and Taylor 
Hensch Isaac, carpenter, 62 and 64 Pacific 
Henarie D. V. B. clerk with E. Martin & Co. dwl 

E s Montgomery nr Broadway 
Henarie S. K. printer, bds with D. V. B. Henarie 
Hencken Carsten, groceries and liquors, Potrero, 

5 Brannan Street Bridge 
Hencken John, clerk with Lewis Luhden 
Hencken Martin, porter with Henry Brickwedal 

6 Co. dwl cor Pine and Sansome 
Hencken Win. H. groceries and liquors, NE cor 

Third and Perry 
HENDERSON FRANK, importer and jobber 

dry goods, 61 Sacramento, dwl 160 Sac 
Henderson Henry, ship-carpenter, bds Brooks' 

House 
Henderson John, wood and coal, Brenham Place 

(and C. T. Bartlelt & Co.) dwl Rosedale Cot- 
tage, cor Brown and Mission 
Henderson Joseph, seaman, bds Oregon House, 

Stewart 
Henderson Orrington L. carriage-maker with 

Albert Folsom, dwl 99 Pine 
Henderson Bros. (Samuel and Thomas H.) dry 

goods, 158 Sacramento and 8 Montgomery, 

dwl N s O'Farrell bet Dupont and Stockton 
Henderson Thomas H. (Henderson Bros.) dwl 

N s O'Farrell bet Dupont and Stockton 
HENDERSON ( Waller 0.) & BROWN (RicKd) 

proptrs Cochituate Baths, 57 Sansome, dwl 

N s Howard bet Second and Third 
Henderson Wm. barber Tremont House, dwl 36 

Trinity 
Henderson Wm. laborer, dwl SW corner Clay 

and East 
Henderson Wm. P. butcher with G. W. Green, 

dwl with Geo. W. Green 
Hendley Aaron C. (D. D. Shaituck & Co.) dwl E s 

Prospect Place bet Clay and Sacramento 
Hendren J. R. clerk Sugar Refinery, cor Harri- 
son and Price 
Hendricks Elizabeth Mrs. embroidery and fancy 

goods, 35 Montgomery 
Hendricks M. clerk, bds What Cheer House 
Hendricks Nathan, broom-maker with C. W. & 

G. W. Amies, bds What Cheer House 
Hendricks (Stillman) & Spalding (J. W.) 

butchers, SE cor Bush and Dupont 
Hendricks Wm. dwl N s Folsom bet Price and 

Harris 
Hendrickson Henry P. painter, 185 Montgomery 
Hendrie John W. (Lock wood & II.) dwl 176 Clay 
Hendy James, drayman with Rountree Brothers, 

dwl W s Stockton nr Green 
Henker Charlotte, domestic with Wm. Scholle 
Henley George W. farmer, dwl 155 Dupont 
Henley Peter, lather, dwl Tyler bet Jones and 

Taylor 
Henley Thomas J. farmer, office 155 Dupont 
Henn John B. cigar-maker with Shaefter & Sut- 

liff. dwl Pacific nr Kearny 
Hennell Frederick, dwl 168 Mission 
Hennessy Patrick J. laborer, bds 71 Pacific 



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SAN FRANCISCO [H] DIRECTORY. 



By Andrew, marble-worker with Peter 

Murphy 
Hennessy Patrick, laborer, dwl N ■ Francisco nr 

Duponl 
Hennessy Peter, carpenter, dwl l is Pronl 
Henning Otto, oil-bleacher and oooper, NE cor 

Chestnut and Taylor, dwl with .las. Bendy 

HEXKIKSKX BENJ.A. Alia Flour Mills, X 6 

Stevenson bet First and Bcker, dwl 88 Hear 
Hehriques Joseph, broker, dwl NEoor Washing- 
ton and Dupont 
Henry Alexander {Jacob Cohen & Co.) dwl SE 

cor Sansome and California 
Henry Augustus K. printer, Commercial office, 

dwl 99 Pine 
Henry Charles, vocalist, dwl 190 California 
Henry II. A. Rev. pastor Congregational Sherith 

Israel, dwl X s Green nr Mason 
Henry Isaac, dwl 15 Kearny 
Henry .lames, drayman, dwl corner Davis and 

Pacific 
Henry John, laborer with H. Van Valkenburgh, 

cor Lombard and Jones 
Henry John, clerk with Thomas "Wallace, boards 

S s Bush nr Montgomery 
Henry John, contractor, bds with P. Creighton 
Henry John M. dwl SW cor Bush and Mont 
Henry Lewis, miner, dwl 99 Tine 
Henry Melinda J. Miss, dwl 99 Pine 
Henry S. H. attorney-at-law, G8 Merchant 
Henry Simon, carpenter, dwl W s Oneida Place 
Henry Stewart K. compositor with P. Eastman, 

dwl E s Montgomery bet Jack and Bdwy 
Henry William, blacksmith, SW cor Second and 

Townsend 
Henry Wm. clerk, bds What Cheer House 
Henry William, shipping clerk with G. T. Grimes, 

dwl 28 Prospect Place 
Henry William, barkeeper Steckler's Exchange 
Henry Wm. W. broom-maker with C. W. ft G. 

W. Armes, dwl What Cheer House 
Hensch C. laborer Gold Refinery, cor Brannan 

and Harris 
Hensch John E. {Roster & Co.) dwl SE corner 

Third and Howard 
Henschel {H. L.) & Maurice {E.) ship and Cus- 
tom House brokers, U. S. Court Building nr 

Oregon, dwl S s How r ard nr Third 
Henshaw Joshua S. book-keeper with Fargo & 

Co. dwl XW cor Sansome and Washington 
Henshelwood Thomas, salesman with Kerby, 

Byrne & Co. dwl 6 Trainer's Row 
Hensing Otto, cigars and tobacco, 60 Kearny, 

dwl 379 Powell 
HENSLEY SAMUEL J. office Cal S. N. Co., NE 

cor Front and Jackson, res San Jose 
Hent Reuben W. clerk with J. D. Bristol, dwl 

125 Sacramento 
Henterkes John, last-maker, 114 Merchant 
HENTSCH HENRY, banker and assayer, and 

Consul Switzerland, 120 Montgomery, dwl 

SW corner Pine and Dupont 
Hentze Henry, music teacher, dwl 235 Kearny 
Henwood Joseph, barkeeper Commercial Hotel 
Henzenberger Joseph, clerk with Eppinger & Co. 

10 Union 
Hepburn Andrew, butcher with Geo. H. Dakin, 

dwl 154 California 



Hepburn II. I', attorney, room 1 NW cor Jack- 
son and Montgomery 

Hepburn J. 'ids Onion Club Rooms 

Heppe Ceo. (I. tailor, 163 Pacific, I >ds Washing- 
ton Hotel 

Heppner Anne (widow) dwl N s McLaren Fane 
near Mission 

Ilepwortli John M. policeman, dwl Auburn bet 
Jackson and Pacific 

Herald Clias. C. lids with . faiues A. Mo. 
Ilerader M. dwl X \V eor Kearny and Yallejo 
Heral Mark, drayman, dwl X s Faeitie nr Larkin 
Herbert Catharine' Mrs. saloon, N s Folsom bet 

Price and Harris 
Herbert Charles, mechanic, rms with F. S. Ross 
Herbert James, dwl 180 California 
Herbert X. slaughter-house, San Bruno Road 
llerbet John, dwl SW cor Pine and Kearny 
Herbst Marcus, cigar-manufacturer. 65 Faeitie 
Hercat Louis, basket-maker with V. Navlet, dwl 

W s Liedeedorff nr Commercial 
Hercberg Christopher, barkeeper, dwl SE cor 

Clay and Davis 
Heren Julia, domestic with Mrs. T. B. Parker 
Herford Augustus S. laborer with R. Merriman 
Heringer John C. foreman with R. B. Gray & Co. 

dwl 84 Post 
Heringhi B. jeweler, 187 Washington, dwl X s 

Minna bet Third and Fourth 
Heritadge {John) & Co. {liaymond Summers) 

wood and coal, 155 Bush 
Herked John, gunsmith, 44 Facific 
Herlin 0. W. clerk, dwl 36 Faeitie 
Herman D. B. physician, 273 Dupont 
Hermann Isaac, grocer, dwl SW cor Dupont and 

Sutter 
Hermann John, chicken ranch Old San Jose Road 

nr Mission Dolores 
Hermann Lucien, office Tehuantepec Co. NE cor 

Mont and Jackson, dwl 369 Powell 
Hermann S. importer, dwl E s Stockton bet Sut- 
ter and Post 
HERMANN SAMUEL, Notary Public, SW cor 

Mont and Meht, dwl W s Powell nr Wash 
Hermann William, clerk with Pioche & Bayerque 

dwl with S. Hermann 
Hermida Augustus, laborer, dwl N s Yallejo 

nr Kearny 
Hermier M. Mrs. nurse, dwl SE cor Yallejo and 

Powell 
Hermier P. lithographer, dwl W s Stockton nr 

Yallejo, rear 
Hern John, carrier Bulletin, dwl S s Silver bet 

Third and Fourth 
Hern John, seaman, bds 14 Second 
Hern Mary, domestic with L. Hermann 
Hern Patrick, butcher with John Barker 
Heme Jeremiah A. salesman with Davidson & 

Co. dwl 127 Kearny 
Herold Philip, blacksmith, E s Third bet Harri- 
son and Perry 
Herold Rudolph, professor of music, dwl 265 

Clay 
Heron David, cigar-manufacturer with I. K. 

White 
Heron John, book-keeper Alta California, dwl 

140 Sacramento 
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HERRENSE SCHMIDT EDWARD, Whitehall 

Exeh. (boarding) cor Spring and Summer 
HERRERA PRAN0I80O, editor El Eco del 

Paeitico, 12-4 Sacramento, dwl NW corner 

Second and Bryant 
Herrera Mary Mrs. Young Ladies Seminary, NW 

cor Second and Bryant 
Herrick Geo. E. architect, dwl with H. P. Her- 

rick 
Herrick George E. assistant engineer Bensley 

"Water Works, dwl E a Powell nr Wash 
Herrick Hazard P. builder, dwl 208 Powell 
Herrick Nelson R. machinist, dwl NE cor Fol- 

som and Ecker 
Herrick Wm. A. boat-builder, N s Clark bet 

Drumm and Davis 
HERRICK WM. F. secretary Savings and Loan 

Society, office 167 Clay, dwl S s Riley near 

Taylor 
Herrigan Andrew, laborer, dwl W s Powell near 

Vallejo 
Herrigan John, laborer, bds with Andrew Her- 
rigan 
Herring Thomas, cook Columbia House, Stewart 
Herring William J. clerk with J. Jacoby, dwl 

181 Clay 
Herrings Nellie Mrs- dressmaker, dwl 252 Kear 
Herrlich Augustus (Stallmann & II.) dwl Mis- 
sion be Price and Johnston 
Herrmann S. & Co. importers dry goods, 59 Sac, 

dwl E s Stockton bet Post and Sutter 
Hersee George (Briggs & H.) dwl Columbia 

House, Stewart 
Herskom Chas. shoemaker, bds Mechanics Hotel 
Hertel Charles A. E. Rev. pastor German Meth- 
odist Episcopal Church, Dupont, dwl N s 

Pine bet Stockton and Dupont 
Hertel George, shaving saloon, 9 Clay 
Herteman Eugene, restaurant, Sullivan Alley, 

and feed store SE cor Johnston and Brannan 
Herteng Conrad, tailor, 210 Montgomery 
Hertz Hermann, market, SE cor Stevenson and 

Ecker, dwl N s Stevenson nr Ecker 
Herwig William ( Gray & H.) dwl N s Harlan 

Place 
Herz Alexander, butcher with Henry Steckler 
Herzberg Julius, accountant, dwl S s Greenwich 

nr Taylor 
Herzberg S. M. fancy goods, 96 Sac, up-stairs 
Herzer {II.) & Nolting (Anton) New Orleans 

Brewery, SW cor St. Marks Place and Kear 
Herzfelder Herrmann, express wagon, dwl E s 

Dupont bet Sutter and Post 
Herzo John, NW cor Sacramento and East 
Herzog Christian, blacksmith, S s Broadway nr 

Stockton 
Hesekeal Meyer, merchant, bds with Mrs. M. E. 

Hagan 
Hesketh George, with Tubbs & Co. rope manu- 
factory, Potrero 
Hesketh Joseph, blacksmith, dwl S s Greenwich 

bet Montgomery and Sansome 
Heslep Augustus M. attorney-at-law, 161 Wash, 

dwl W s Jones nr Pine 
Heslep Editha W. Mrs. dwl 21 Natoma 
Heslep Philander, molder, Union Foundry 
HESLER WM. American Bakery, 223 Pacific 
Hess A. J. carpenter, dwl 8 Brenham Place 



Hess Charles, optician and glass-blower, 111 

Kearny 
Hess Charles, jobber dry goods, 82 Sacramento 
Hess F. Mrs. dwl SW cor Dupont and Green 
HESS FREDERICK & CO. (Theo. G. Koeliler and 

Aloys Brauer) editors and proprietors Cali- 
fornia Democrat, SE cor Mont and Sac, dwl 

SW cor Green and Dupont 
Hess George B. (Reed & II.) dwl 8 Brenham 

Place 
Hess Jacob, shoemaker, 220 Montgomery 
Hess John R. stone-cutter, dwl with Joseph S. 

Hess 
Hess Joseph S. drayman with P. M. S. S. Co. 

dwl E s Second bet Mission and Stevenson 
Hess L. dwl E s Stockton bet Sutter and Post 
Hesse James H. policeman. City Hall 
Hesse Sigmund, book-keeper with L. King & 

Brother, dwl Sutter nr Kearny 
Hesselbein Herman, waiter New England House 
Hesselberg H. bds New England House 
Hessen John, seaman, dwl Union House, Stewart 
Hessler Charles, clerk, dwl SW cor Second and 

Tehama 
Hester William, laborer, Alden's Restaurant 
Hetlin Richard, longshoreman, Davis nr Pacific 
Hettrick John, oysters, SE cor Montgomery and 

Merchant, dwl 2 Quincy Place 
Hetzil C. Mrs. dwl S s Vallejo near Mason 
Heuck Herman, cigars and tobacco, 68 Kearny 
Heuer George, clerk, bds with George Garkans 
Heuer Philip, groceries and liquors, NW corner 

Greenwich and Yansen, dwl N s Greenwich 

bet Taylor and Mason 
Heusch C. geologist, dwl with Mrs. Sarah Enscoe 
Heuss Adam, marble-cutter. with L. R. Myers, 

120 Pine 
Heuston Frederick G. salesman with C. Dahlman, 

dwl 105 Commercial 
Heuston John, laborer, bds Walton House 
Heuterkes John, last worker, 114 Merchant 
Hevener A. peddler, dwl N s Green nr Powell, 

rear 
Heverin Michael, Folsom granite, NE cor Battery 

and Broadway, dwl NE cor Bay and Kearny 
Hewer William, physician, 101 Merchant, dwl 

285 Dupont 
Hewes (David) & Safford (A. P. K.) contractors, 

N s Stevenson bet Third and Fourth 
Hewes M. 0. Miss, teacher High School, Powell 
Hewett Henry, clerk, bds with Mrs. H. Hewett, 

321 Stockton 
Hewett Henry, physician, dwl 321 Stockton 
Hewitt A. C. bds What Cheer House 
Hewitt Charles 11. mate P. M. S. S. Sonora, dwl 

E s First bet Folsom and Howard 
Hewston John Jr. (Kellogg H. & Co.) dwl L08 

Montgomery 
Hey John & Co. ( Christian Schult) groceries and 

liquors, NE cor Folsom and Brown 
Heyd Louis, machinist with Auberlen & Co. bds 

Philadelphia House 
Heydenfeldt Anna Mrs. adjuster U. S. Branch 

Mint, bds with Mrs. M. H. Yates 
Heydenfeldt Solomon (Shafters & H.) dwl Mont- 
gomery Block 
Heyer Albert, groceries and liquors, NW corner 

Third and Bryant 



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IIcvc Henry {Hopper <k £)bda with W. Hopper 
Heyfron Mathew, wood and coal, dwl B b Perry 

near Third 
Heyfron Patrick, bda with Mathew Heyfron 
Heyfron Peter, bdi with Mathew Heyfron 
Hey] George, butcher American Hotel 
Heyl William s. dwl 190 Sacramento 
Heyman Abraham, glazier, dwl H.'i Broadway 
Heyman Henry, clerk with S. Froomberg, dwl 

86 Oommercial 
Heyman Israel, tailor. 229 Pacific 
Heyman Morns, furniture, '.'8!) Dupont 
Heyn Ernest, merchant, dwl 8 b (May betLeaven- 

worth ami Hyde 
HEYNEMANN (Leonard D.) PICK (Morris) 
&, CO. importers dry floods, 89 and 91 Cali- 
fornia, resides Manchester, England 
Heywood Franklin, clerk with II cy wood & 

Harmon, pier 4 Stewart dwl 259 Kearny 
Heywood William B. with Heywood & Harmon, 
pier 4 Stewart, dwl cor Mary and Hinckley 
HEYWOOD (Zimra B.) & HARMON (Samuel 
H.) lumber, pier 4 Stewart, dwl 259 Kearny 
Hebbard P. carpenter, dwl with Geo. M. Woods 
Hibbard P. J. bda What Cheer House 
Hibbeta Jacob R. engineer Fountain Head 

Water Works, dwl 2 Belden's Block 
HIBERNIAN SAVINGS AND LOAN SO- 
CIETY, office NE cor Mont and Jackson 
Hichbourn Albert C. drayman, 54 Front, bds 

with Mrs. Mary J. Williams 
Hichbourn (John E) & Holme ■ (John B.) hay 
and grain, junction Market and Sacramento, 
dwl 66 Natoma 
Hicheus Edward, drayman with Wm. Newell & 

Co. dwl NE cor Harrison and Ritch 
Hickey Bridget, domestic with L. Mejaseon 
HIOKEY JAMES, wholesale wines and liquors, 
72 Jackson, dwl W s Stockton bet Lombard 
and Greenwich 
Hickey Nicholas, boiler-maker, dwl with T.Cullen 
Hickey Patrick J. merchant, dwl SE cor Mission 

and Jane 

Hickey Thomas, butcher with Edward Hare 
Hickey Thomas, laborer, dwl N a Vallejo bet 

Montgomery and Sansome 
Hickley Nicholas, printer, dwl 99 Pine 
Hickman Thomas, miner, dwl W s Stockton nr 

Post, rear 
Hickox George C. teller Sather & Church, dwl 

N s Ellis bet Stockton and Powell 
Hicks Henry, dwd 88 Bush 
Hicks Richard, dry goods, 145 Mission 
Hicks Richard J. bds 30 Clay 
Hicks Silas Jr. bds Oriental Hotel 
Hickson Henry, inspector Custom House, dwl 

N s Pacific near Hyde 
Hidalgo Manuel, laborer Yallejo Street Bonded 
Warehouse, dwl S s Cal bet Front and Battery 
Hiestand John C. maltster, dwl N s Brannan nr 

Third 
Hiester Amos C. printer, bds 230 Clay 
Higgenbotham James C. porter Battery St. 

Bonded Warehouse, dwl Benton House 
Higgins Catherine, domestic with H. Brown 
HIGGINS CHARLES S. superintendent Free- 
man & Co's Express, office NE cor Mont- 
gomery and Cal, dwl N s Folsom nr Third 



Higgins Daniel, dwl S 8 O'Famll near Powell 

Higgins Klisha, wood wharf, N\V eor Baal and 

Jackson, dwl N s Greenwich bet Stockton 

and Dupont 
Higgins George, bds What Cheer House 
Higgins George, confectioner with Peter Job 
Higgins George E. gold pens, bds with Henry 

K. Iligliton 
Higgins James S. mariner, dwl N s Greenwich 

near Dupont 
Higgins John, bds What Cheer House 
Higgins John, groceries, N b Pacific nr Powell, 

dwl 321 Powell 
Higgins John, carriage-blacksmith with H. Caae- 

bolt & Co. dwl Columbia Hotel 
Higgins John J. carriage-smith, dwl Winthrop 

House, Mission 
Higgins Mark W. gas-fitter, 200 Wash, dwl E s 

Powell bet Washington and Jackson 
Higgins Michael, workman with J. G. Clark & Co. 
Higgins Michael, laborer, dwl with Mrs. P. 

Higgins 
Higgins Michael, packer, 156 Battery 
Higgins P. (willow) dwl Chestnut N Lagoon 
Higgins Patrick (Hall & II.) dwl S s Broadway 

nr Davis 
Higgins Patsey, watchman U. S. Branch Mint 
Higgins R. M. clerk steamer Antelope, NE cor 

Front and Jackson 
Higgins Walter B. clerk with It C. Hayden, SW 

eor Montgomery and Sacramento 
Higgins William, laborer, dwl Salmon Place bet 

Pacific and Broad wav 
HIGGINS WILLIAM L. Notary Public, 162 

Mont. Mont Block, dwl 263 Sacramento 
Higgins Wm. M. apothecary in City and County 

Hospital, SW cor Stockton and Francisco 
Higgins Wm. M. Mrs. matron City and County 

Hospital, SW cor Stockton and Francisco 
Higgins Wilson, seaman, dwl W s Ritch bet Fol- 
som and Harrison 
Higginson Peter, laborer with Wm. H. Wood, 

Presidio Road ■ 
Higgs Henry, laborer, dwl W s Leavenworth nr 

Eddy 
Hight George V. office 50 California, dwl Howard 

nr Third 
Hightman Nicholas, drayman with John Yan 

Bergen & Co. dwl St. Marks PI near Dupont 
Highton Henry E. attorney, dwl N s Green bet 

Mason and Powell 
Highton E. R. land agent, bds with Henry E. 

Highton 
Hildebrand Alfred (colored) laborer, dwl S s 

Green nr Dupont, rear 
HUdebrand George W. teacher, SE cor Stockton 

and St. Marks Place 
Hildebrand Henry (Ellis & H.) dwl NW cor Sut- 
ter and Kearny 
Hildebrandt ( Carsten) & Knop (Elfert) grocers, 

NE cor Hinckley and Pinckney Place (and 

Wendt &K) 
Hildebrandt Claus (Stelling & Co.) dwl SW cor 

Harris and Bryant 
Hildebrandt (Fabien) & Hartmann ( Charles) gro- 
ceries and liquors, NW cor Third and Bran 
Hildebrandt George, varnisher with J. P. Good- 
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Hildebrandt John, furniture, 222 Kearny, dwl 

N s Pacific nr Dupont 
Hildebrandt Martin, liquor saloon, E s Fremont 

bet Mission and Howard 
HILDKBRANDT (Nicholas) & CO. {Bemry Knop) 

grocers, SW cor California and Kearny 
Hildreth Dexter, blacksmith, dwl S s Stevenson 

bet Third and Fourth 
Hildreth Dexter W. shipamith, Stewart op Pier 

11, dwl Baldwin's Court bet Fremont and 

Folsom 
Hildreth Luther, bds with Doctor "Wm. Ayres 
Hildreth Richard, barkeeper with Martin & Hor- 

ton, dwl S s Silver nr Third 
Hilken John, bowling alley, dwl 378 Powell 
Hill A. D. carpenter, bds What Cheer House 
Hill A. K. carpenter, dwl S s Cards Alley near 

Stockton 
Hill Benj. foreman H. B. Tichenor & Co. dwl cor 

Second and Townsend 
Hill Catharine (widow) groceries, E s Powell bet 

"Washington and Clay 
Hill Charles E. porter with McRuer & Merrill 
Hill E. P. compositor, Evening Telegram office 
Hill F. bds What Cheer House 
Hill Fordyee. tinsmith with J. W. Brittan 
Hill George II. drayman, bds 180 Mission 
Hill James, clerk with Gillespie & Gray 
Hill James R. rag packer, SW corner Druniin 

and Commercial 
HILL J. BRYANT & CO. (Leiois Lillie) fruit, 

produce and com. mchts, 63 and 65 Mcht, 

dwl cor Stockton and Ellis 
Hill John, Deputy Sheriff, City Hall, dwl S s 

Cards Alley nr Stockton 
Hill John, blacksmith, dwl S s Bryant bet Second 

and Third 
Hill John, cook. Revere House 
Hill Michael, laborer, dwl W s Morey Alley 
Hill Richmond, baker, dwl 64 Kearny 
Hill Samuel, steward Bank Exchange, dwl S s 

Sacramento bet Mason ami Taylor 
Hill Thomas (Fay, H. & Co.) dwl 55 Front 
Hiller Albert, coal depot, NE cor Battery and 

Pine, dwl 278 Powell 
Hiller Edward C. clerk with John W. Cherry 
Hiller John R. carriage-maker with Albert Fol- 
som, dwl N s Vallejo bet Mont and San 
Hiller Rudolph, compositor California Democrat, 

bds Wm. Tell House 
Hilliard Benj. F. Assistant Appraiser C. H. dwl 

N s Green bet Taylor and Mason ^ 
Hillmann William, laborer, Pioneer Flour Mills, 

Market 
Hills I. M. & Wm. H. barbers 27 Kearny 
Hills Win. H. (/. M. & W. H. H.) dwl 27 Kear 
Hillyer Monson C. Hour merchant, 14 Clay, dwl 

33 Xatoma 

Hilmau , merchant, dwl 233 Washington 

Hilman Ellen Miss, dwl Union Place 
Hilton Joshua, dwl Sansome St House 
Hilton Charles, dwl with J. W. Hilton 
Hilton George K. printer, dwl W s Powell bet 

Pine and Bush 
Hilton John W. (Day & K.) dwl W s Second bet 

Mission and Minna 
Hilton Joshua, hotel-keeper, dwl S s Sacramento 

nr Stockton 



Hilton Nathaniel G. ship-carpenter, dwl SW cor 

Mission and Second 
Himler Joseph, barber, bds 62 and 64 Pacific 
Himmelmann Andrew, broker. 175 Washington, 

dwl NW cor Powell and Bush 
Hinchey Michael A. dwl W s Dupont nr O'Farrell 
Hinchman J. A. Postmaster's Secretary, dwl 

Hotel International 
Hinck John H. clerk with Tiencken & Co. 
Hincken Carsten, grocer, SW cor Folsom and 

Simmons 
Hinckley Charles, carpenter, dwl 3 Clara 
Hinckley Charles E. druggist, SE cor Clay and 
. Kearny, dwl S s Howard bet Second and 
Third 
Hinckley Daniel, bds with Levi Burr 
HINCKLEY (Daniel B.) & CO. (William E. 
Worth and Wm. A. Field) proprietors Ful- 
ton Foundry, E s First bet Mission and Mar- 
ket, dwl Fourth nr Minna 
Hinckley George E. druggist, Pacific Clinical In- 
firmary, dwl S s Minna nr Third 
Hinckley H. workman with J. G. Clark & Co. 

bds Benton House 
Hinckley Patrick, laborer Pacific Foundry 
Hinckley Wm. C. real estate, dwl 1 Milton Place 
Hind Edward, bds with Mrs. Deborah Swift 
Hinders Henry, boot-maker, 90 Kearny, dwl N s 

California bet Montgomery and Kearny 
Hinds Ambrose, shipping-clerk with Flint, Pea- 
body & Co. dwl NW cor Front and Bdwy 
Hine N. M. billiard saloon, N s Market bet San- 
some and Montgomery 
Hines Valentine, cabinet-maker, dwl 1 St. Marys 
Hing Chong, washing, 234 Pacific 
Hing Tie & Co. (Chinese) merchants, 172 Dupont 
Hinman A. G. bds What Cheer House 
Hinman Henry G. baker, dwl SW cor Mission 

and Second 
Hinman Louis A. book-keeper with St. Losky, 

Levy & Co. dwl 132 Bush 
Hinsch John, mariner, bds 24 Sacramento 
Hinton Wm. M. (E. A. Rockwell & Go. and Eapp, 

Heitzeberg <& Co.) dwl E s Taylor nr Clay 
Hintz Augustus H. groceries and liquors, SW 

cor Market and Ecker 
Hintz Isaac, merchant tailor, 45 Sansome 
Ilintze Augustus, book-keeper, SE corner Market 

and First 
Hip Wo & Co. (Chinese) merchants, 173 Dupont 
Hirlcman Philip, butcher New York Market, dwl 

Natoma nr Second 
Hirley Charles, mason, dwl 4 Morse 
Hirley Daniel, teamster, bds with J. McPevitt 
Hiron Victor, pattern-maker Vulcan Foundry, 

dwl 25 Natoma 
HIRSCH ADOLPH, crockery and glassware, 

152 Kearny, dwl 185 Mission 
Hirsch Bemhard, agent Frederick Franck & Co. 
SW cor Cal and Front, dwl 223 Dupont 
Hirsch Leopold, dry goods, 276 Dupont 
Hirschman Moses, cigars and tobacco, 122 Sacra- 
mento, dwl 123 Sacramento 
Hirstel Edward H. (Leary & E.) dwl W side 

Sacramento nr Stockton 
Hisi John, laborer, bds 62 and 64 Pacific 
Hitchcock Abraham F. machinist with Grover & 
Baker, dwl cor Bitch and Harrison 



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Hitchcock Charlea E. wharfinger Greenwich 
Dock, dwl 8 B Harrison nr Third 

Hitchcock Charlea M. physician, 42 and 44 Bush, 
luls Metropolitan Hotel 

Hitchcock David, dwl W s Stewart bet M 
ami Howard 

HITCHCOCK GEORGE B. stationery, 107 San- 
some, dwl 252 Powell 

Hitchcock Wool ft Co. (Thomas P. Flint) butter, 
cheese, etc. 48 and 49 Washington .Market, 
dwl SW cor Kearny and Sutter 

Hitchinga Edw. W. upholsterer, dwl Ns Pine 
bet Dupont and Kearny 

Hittell John S. law-reporter Alta California, dwl 
NW cor Jackson and Stockton 

Hittell Theodore H. reporter Daily Times, dwl 
N 8 Folsom bet Third and Fourth 

IIIXOX WM. M. carpets, oil-cloths, paper-hanf;- 
inga, etc. and member Board Education, 
162 Clay. 

Hoadley James H. Assistant Surveyor and Engi- 
neer, bds with Milo Hoadley 

Iloadlcy Milo, Surveyor and Engineer, dwl S s 
Post bet Kearny and Dupont 

Hoadley Silas, ranch N of Cemetery near Lone 
Mountain 

Hoadley W. bds What Cheer House 

Hoag Charles P. operator Alta Telegraph Office, 
dwl Second nr Tehama 

Hoag George C. mariner, dwl N s Mission bet 
Third and Annie 

Hoag Horace, sign-painter, 42 First, bds What 
Cheer House 

Hoagland Wm. C. builder with L. R. Townsend, 
dwl S s Tehama nr Fourth 

Hoags William, American Exchange coach, 85 
Sansome 

Hoar Henry, blacksmith with James Glinden 

Hoay Horace, porter, dwl 16 St. Marys 

Hoban Charles F. compositor Alta California 

HOBART (Benjamin Jr.) & BROTHER (Joseph) 
importers and wholesale boots and shoes, 
6 California Block, dwl 1 Mercantile Library 
Building 

Hobart Joseph (Hobart & Brother) bds Oriental 

Hobbie Ross L. billiards, 162 Washington 

Hobbie Theodore B. barkeeper with Ross L. 
Hobbie, dwl 163 Washington 

HOBBS, f Caleb S.) GILMORE (Geo. W.) & CO. 
(Stephen D. Gilmore) S. F. Planing Mill and 
Box Factory, S s Market bet Beale and Main, 
dwl X s Jessie bet First and Anthony 

Hobe Adolphus A. drayman with A. B. South- 
worth, dwl S s Second bet Bryant and 
Harrison 

HOBE ( Geo. J.) ft WEIHE (C. Augustus) cigars. 
NE cor Washington and Dupont, dwl N s 
Vallejo W of Mason 

Hoberlin C. workman with J. G. Clark & Co. 

Hobson Abraham, shoes, dwl E s Prospect Place 
bet Sacramento and California 

Hobson Thomas, porter with T. Day, dwl corner 
Leavenworth and Yallejo 

Hoburg Wm. H. entrance clerk.etc. Naval Office, 
Custom House, 269 Washington 

Hochkofier Rudolph, acting Consul Chile, office 
XW cor California and Front, dwl Ws Haw- 
thorne nr Harrison 



Hocbgurtel Nicholas, Gurtel'e Hotel. 219 Kearny 
Hochkins Joseph, tinsmith, bds .".:: and .',:> Clay 
Hock Henry, barber, 61 Pacific 
Hocking Wm. blacksmith, i«ls Columbia Hotel 
Hoddie George, baker with Charles cherry 

August, Cigars and cutlery, 22 Conn: 

Hodgdon Charles, carpenter Miner's Foundry 

Hodgdon Joseph B. dwl X a California bet Jones 
and Leavenworth 

Hodge Charles, druggist with 'Geo. S. Dickey, 
dwl Howard nr Third 

Hodge John, drayman with R. S. Eells &Co. 

HODGE (John <;.) ft WOOD. (Frank S.) import- 
ing booksellers and stationers, 114 and 116 
Clay, dwl SE cor Howard and First 

Hodge Michael, porter, dwl with Francis Read, 
N s Union bet Montgomery and Kearny 

Hodgekins Edward, carpenter, bds with Mrs. 0. 
H. Rand 

Hodgen Augustin, shoemaker, bds with Patrick 
Burns 

HODGES E. H. attorney-at-law and proctor in 
admiralty, 144 Washington, rma No. 1 and 2 

Hodges Frederick, grocer, dwl 1 16 Dupont 

Hodges John, dwl E s Hodges Place nr Vallejo 

Hodges Samuel, pianoforte tuner with Gray & 
Herwig 

Hodges Willard, wholesale grocer, 41 Sac 

Hodges William, carpenter, bds King's Ex- 
change, First 

Hodgton Ann (widow) W s Spofford bet Clay 
and Washington 

Hodgins Augustus F. marble-polisher, 156 Cal 

Hodgkins James E. carpenter, bds What Cheer 
House 

Hodgkins Wm. bar, Metropolitan Hotel 

Hodgkins Leonard, gold-pen manufactory, SE 
cor Clay and Montgomery, dwl N s Vallejo 
bet Dupont and Kearny 

Hodnett J. laborer with J. G. Clark k Co. 

Hodson Charles, carpenter, dwl NW cor Ritch 
and Clary 

Hodson Georgia, artist, Maguire's Opera House, 
bds Hotel International 

Hoeberlein Hugo, rooms with Jacob Hoeberlein 

Hoeberlein Jacob, merchant, dwl XW corner 
Kearny and St. Marks Place 

Hoeg George C. captain bark Charles Devans, 
pier 1 Stewart, dwl Mission nr Third 

HOELSCHER (August) WIELAND (John) & 
CO. (Henry Myers) proprietors Philadelphia 
Brewery, W s Second bet Folsom and Te- 
hama 

Hoerchner H. Christian, barkeeper Hayes' Val- 
ley Sharp Shooting Hall 

HOESCH (Henry) ft CO. (Benjamin Iverger) cof- 
fee saloon and restaurant, 168 Clay 

Hoferkamp Hermann, grocer, NW cor Dupont 
and Pine 

HofT John Wm. carrier Bulletin, dwl Sutter bet 
Jones and Leavenwoth 

Hoff William C. real estate, dwl S s Center near 
Mission 

Hoffetrom F. miner, bds What Cheer House 

Hofnin (Isaac) & Rosenstock (Samuel) importers 
boots and shoes, 81 Battery, dwl St. Nicho- 
las Hotel 

Hoffman B. laborer, dwl N s Green nr Stockton 



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Hoffman Charles, dwl Etassette Place dx Sutter 
Hoffman Charles, draughtsman, «lwi with Mrs. 

Maria ("lark 
Hoffman Daniel (Huffman Brothers) res N York 
I [oilman 11. R W. with L. P. Fisher, dwl N s 

Everett bet Third and Fourth 
Hoffman John, dwl Nelson's Restaurant, 3 and 5 

Jackson 
Hoffman John, cigar-maker with Shaeffer & Sut- 

liff, dwl cor Dupont and Sutter 
Hoffman John, peddler, dwl N s Green near 

Powell, rear 
Hoffman Ogden, Judge U. S. District Court, 

office 19 U. S. Court Building 
Hoffman P.J. bds What Cheer House 
Hoffman Brothers ( William and Daniel) impor- 
ters and wholesale straw goods, office 136 

Montgomery, dwl 263 Sacramento 
Hoffman Wm. (Teubner & II.) dwl 129 Kearny 
Hoffman Christian, carpenter, dwl S s Post bet 

Dupont and Kearny 
Hoffman Francis, tailor, 140 Sacramento 
Hoffman S. dwl 254 Stockton 
Hoffman ( Victor) & Mooser ( William) architects, 

SW cor Montgomery and Jackson, dwl SE 

cor Jackson and Montgomery 
Hoffmire Wm. coppersmith with Graves & Smith, 

dwl F s Ycrba Buena nr Clay 
Hogaboon L. V. engineer steamship Pacific 
Hogan Charles, butcher, bds with H. Rosenberg 
Hogan Dennis, dwl N s Louisa bet Third and 

Fourth 
Hogan Eli, laborer, dwl W s Priest nr Clay 
Hogan Eugene, laborer, dwl 22 Davis 
Hogan George, drayman with Brennan & Co. 

dwl W s Mason bet Sutter and Post 
Hogan John, laborer, bds Boston Temperance 

House 
Hogan John, liquors, Jackson, dwl N s Oregon 

bet Front and Davis 
Hogan John, laborer, dwl 200 Pacific 
Hogan John, waiter with J. H. Cordier & Co. 129 

Commercial 
Hogan M. laborer Bensley Water Works 
Hogan Margaret, domestic with A. Hollub 
Hogan Margaret, domestic with Dwight (Vandall 
Hogan Mathew, laborer, dwl W s Leavenworth 

bet Green and Union 
Hogan Michael, book-keeper Daily Times, dwl 

NYV cor Clay and Jones 
Hogan Michael, laborer, bds with Eli Hogan 
Hogan Michael, seaman, dwl S s Green near 

Kearny 
Hogan Michael, laborer, dwl 22 Davis 
Hogan Patrick, painter, dwl 140 Mission 
Hogan P. J. builder, dwl E s Mason nr Green- 
wich 
Hogan Sarah Mrs. dressmaking and children's 

clothes, 320 Stockton 
Hogan Thomas, butcher, dwl Bdwy nr Larkin 
Hogan Thomas, dwl 140 Mission 
Hogan Thomas, seaman, bds 186 Simmons 
Hogan William H. chief-engineer stmp Columbia, 

dwl S s Beale bet Harrison and Bryant 
Hogan William H. carpenter, bds with Elijah 

Boobar 
Hogan W. J. salt-worker with Oakley & Jackson, 

bds Brooks House 



Hoge George (J. W. clerk with Hoge ft Wilson, 

dwl F s Kearny bet Broadway and Vallejo 
Hoge {Joseph P.) ft "Wilson (Samuel .1/".) attor- 

nevs-at-law. 3, I and 5 Montgomery Block, 

dwl 369 Stockton 
Hogeboom Lawrence V. engineer, dwl S s Union 

bet Montgomery and Kearny 
Hoger K. & Co. (C. Kraizenstein) groceries, 137 

Washington, dwl 14(j Bush 
Hoges Charles, hostler, dwl Bay State Row 
Hogg Walter, clerk, bds with M. O'Connor 
Hogin George B. clerk, bds Railroad House 
Hohenschield George, clerk with Geo. Hughes, 

cor Sansome and Clay 
Hohhama Caroline Mrs. 279 Dupont 
Hohndorf Henry, cabinet-maker, dwl Berry bet 

Mary Lane and Dupont 
Hoit G. H. compositor Golden Era 
Holahan E. ft M. Misses, millinery, 114 Kearny 
Holahan Margaret (Misses E. & M. II.) dwl 114 

Kearny 
Holbrook Charles E. student Pacific Medical Col- 
lege, Mission 
Holbroook Charles M. contractor and builder, 13 

Leidesdorff, dwl 36 Second 
Holbrook Edward, carrier Evening Gazette 
Holcombe Atkinson (Holcombe Brothers) dwl 

Hotel International 
Holcombe F. dwl N s Vallejo bet Montgomery 

and Sansome, rear 
Holcombe Brothers (Samuel E. and Atkinson) 

importers and jobbers boots and shoes, 98 

and 100 Commercial and NW cor Kearny 

and Washington, dwl 256 Stockton 
Holcombe Wm. B. clerk with J. T. Pennell, pier 

11 Stewart 
Holden Isaac D. clerk with Redington & Co. dwl 

E s Montgomery bet Pine and Bush 
Holden James B. book-keeper with R. H. Ben- 
nett & Co. dwl S s Pine bet Dupont and 

Stockton 
Holden John P. Davis St. Market, W s Davis nr 

Pacific, dwl N s Mission bet Hermann and 

Ridley 
Holden Martin, boot and shoe maker, 101 Pine, 

dwl N s Green bet Mason and Taylor 
Holden Wm. laborer, dwl E s Bannam Place nr 

Green 
Holden Wm. W. teacher Hyde St. School, bds 

with Dr. E. White 
Holderness S. (S. & S. 31. II.) commission mer- 
chants, NW corner Front and Commercial, 

residence Mexico 
Holderness S. M. (S. & S. M. H.) dwl NW cor 

Sansome and Washington 
Holiday John M. clerk with Flynn & Pease, bds 

65 Bdwy 
Holis John, shoemaker, dwl N^s Pacific nr 

Powell, rear 'N. 

Holitsky Minna (widow) midwife, 110 Kearny 
Holitsky Wm. waiter, dwl llo Kearny ^s^ 
Holje Henry, Steamboat Exchange, S W cot 
Jackson and East, dwl SW cor Davis and 
Jackson 
Holje J. B. (Iltimburg & II.) dwl 203 Pacific 
Holje Martin, clerk with Hildebrandt ft Co. 
Holladay Benjamin, stock dealer, SFcor Sac and 
Leidesdorff, dwl N s Powell nr Union 



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HOLLA HAY (SanwA W.) k GARY [James C.) 
attorneys-at-law, XW cot Mont and Mercht, 
dwl Bryant nr Third 

Holladay Samuel W. (If. & Cory) City Attorney, 
dwi x s Bryanl bet Second and Third 

Hollan .lames, waiter Mctrojx ilit.in I Intel 
Holland Andrew, teasel-setter, San Francisco 

Woolen Factory, Black Pt. 
Holland C. bargeman Custom House 
Holland F. laborer with Ceo. W. l'.lasdell 
Holland Henry, branch Golden Gate Brewery, 

B 8 Bdwy bet Kearny and Dupont 
Holland .lames fisherman, dwl Dnunin hot Clay 

and Washington 
Holland James longshoreman, dwl SE cor Ore- 

gon and Front 
Holland James, pressman Alta California 
Holland John, fruits, S s Howard nr Third 
Holland John R. saloon, SE cor Vallejo and 

Front 
Holland Joseph, Howard Saloon, 99 Merchant, 

dwl John nr Powell 
Holland Michael, brick-mason, Fort Point, bds 

Fort Point 
Holland P. printer, bds What Cheer House 
Holland Patrick, Atheneum Hall, dwl W 8 Tay 

bet Clay and Sac 
Holland Timothy, drayman, dwl W 8 Mason bet 

Clay and Wash 
Holleubeck J. C. provisions and salt, 119 Front, 

dwl SE cor Chesnut and Taylor 
Holliday John, fruit-stand, 4 Third 
Hollin Joseph, saloon, bds with Jas. C. Flood 
H oiling Wm. clerk with Bradshaw &Co. dwl cor 

Mason and Filbert 
Hollinshead Jeremiah D. carpenter and builder, 

dwl N s Howard bet Brown and Ellen 
Hollinshead Wm. carpenter, dwl with J. D. Hol- 
linshead 
Holloway , carpenter, bds King's Exchange, 

First 
Hollub A. (Hollub & Isaacs, Shasta) office 71 

California dwl Powell nr Vallejo 
Hollyhan Richard, laborer, dwl E s Lafayette nr 

Union 
Holm (Henry) & Madsen (James) house and sign 

painters, 103 Pine 
Holm Thomas, groceries, SE cor Stockton and 

Sutter 
Holman Edw'd, 'longshoreman, dwl Hall's Alley 
HOLM AN F. A. visiting surgeon City and County 

Hospital, office 226 Wash, dwl 269 Stockton 
Holman Thos. bottler with N. B. Jacobs & Co. 

dwl NW cor Stock and Sacramento 
Holmberg Geo. wood-yard, Cunningham's Wharf, 

dwl W s Mont bet Union and Green 
Holmes Aaron, bee-dealer, dwl W s Mason nr 

Sutter 
Holmes Ahira, Principal Evening School 
Holmes C. A. bds Wliat Cheer House 
Holmes Chas. S. book-keeper with J. A. Coolidge, 

dwl 323 Stockton 
Holmes Cornelius, contractor and builder, dwl 

S s Union 1 door E of Jones 
Holmes E. A. rms 256* Stockton 
Holmes Edward, molder Union Foundry, bds 

with Mrs. M. A. Ellert 
Holmes Jno. 'longshoreman, dwl Davis nr Pacific 



Holmes Ellis H. professor High School, dwl W 8 

Prospect Place m i Slay 

Holmes Freeland, merchandize broker, 43 Cali- 
fornia 
Holmes John li. hay and grain, 6(3 Natoma 
Holmes H. bds What Cheer House 
Holmes Richard, bds with Mrs. Maria Green 

Holmes Richard T. sale-man with It. s. Bella 
& Co. dwl 229 Stockton 

Holmes Sarah I), dressmaker, bds 13 Minna 

Thos. drayman with T. Ogg Shaw, bds 

3 EScker 
Hoist John, butcher with Joseph Spohn, dwl 17 

Jackson 
Holt J. Henry, gas-fitter with T. Day, rms NE 

cor Bush and Montgomery 
Holt Sylva nus W. oysters, \'E cor Commercial 

and Front, dwl Franklin House 
Holt Thos. dwl with Jas. F. Blethen 
Holt Thos. H. (Barslow & II.) bds 243 Stockton 
Holt Z. broker, 100 Mercht 
Holtmeier Henry, clerk, NE cor Stockton and 

Broadway 
Holtz W r . (Venkerk Co.) dwl NW cor Howard 

and Third 
Holtz Christof, cigars, dwl W s Ecker bet Mis- 
sion and Jessie 
Holz G. mercht, SE cor Battery and Commercial 
Holz Louis, book-keeper with Joseph Isaac, dwl 

St. Nicholas Hotel 
Holze Morris, hand-cart man, dwl 79 Commercial 
Holzheiser Peter, dwl with Jacob Wissing 
Homburg Valentine, upholsterer, dwl S s Berry 

nr Dupont 
Homer Charles, dwl NW cor Bdwy and Taylor 
Homer E. T. (widow) dwl NW cor Stockton and 

Clay 
Homes Margaret Madam, furnished rooms, 229 

Clay 
Hon Mon, carver and painter, NE cor Dupont 

and Sacramento 
Hong Hing, laundry, S s Bdwy nr Dupont 
Hong Tune, Chinese mercht, 174 Sacramento 
Honrihen Jeremiah, teamster, Fort Point 
Housley Joseph W. copper-smith, dwl 183 Mis- 
sion 
HOOGS ( Octavian) MADISON (John H.) & CO. 

(Thomas D. Morris) agents and collectors, 

ilO Montgomery, dwl NW cor Ellis and 

Powell 
Hook Ann Mrs. dwl N s Dupont nr Francisco 
Hooke William H. (Amos, Phinney & Co.) dwl 

149 Mission 
Hooper Edward, clerk with Alsop & Co. dwl E s 

Taylor bet Jackson and Montgomery 
Hooper Frank P. & John A. lumber. NW corner 

California and Drumm, dwl cor Bryant 

Place and Bush 
Hooper, Henry 0. clerk with Taylor & Smith 
Hooper John A. (Frank P. & John A. II.) dwl 

SE cor Bush and Sansome 
Hooper William Levy, secretary Commissioners 

Funded Debt 1851, 100 Merchant, dwl E s 

Jackson near Taylor 
Hooper William, cook What Cheer House 
Hooper Wm. T. carpenter, bds Brooks House 
Hoopes Abram, with E. Wright Linsley, 55 Mer- 
chant, dwl E s Stockton bet Sac and Clay 



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Hop Kee & Co. (Chinese) merchants, 171 Dupont, 

and warehouse 179 Commercial 
Hopkins Catherine Mrs. with A. Merrill 
Hopkins C. T. {McLean & Fowtm) dwl W s Tay- 
lor bet Lombard and Greenwich 
Hopkins Edward, ship-carpenter, dwl Ws Spear 

near Folsom 
Hopkins Bdward, waterman, "W s Third bet Mar- 
ket and Mission 
Hopkins E. G. painter, dwl S s Boyd bet Harris 

and Price 
Hopkins George, blacksmith with George P. Kim- 
ball & Co. dwl 41 Minna 
Hopkins George W. painter, dwl Auburn bet 

Jackson and Pacific 
Hopkins Jesse P. newspaper-carrier, dwl S s 

Clara bet Ritch and Fourth 
Hopkins John, glass-blower, dwl N s Com bet 

Davis and Drumm 
Hopkins John L. house and land agent, SE cor 

Stockton and Greenwich 
Hopkins L. P. carpenter, 18 Com, dwl S s Bush 

bet Kearny and Montgomery 
Hopkins Mary Mrs. dwl S W cor Jessie and Annie 
Hopkins Michael, laborer, dwl W s Jane bet 

Mission and Minna 
Hdpkins N P. {Miller & H.) N W cor Kearny and 

Pine 
Hopkins Nathan P. livery, bds 109 Sacramento 
Hopkins R. C. Keeper Archives U. S. Surveyor 

General, dwl Metropolitan Hotel 
Hopkins Samuel C. salesman with J. H. Coglull 

& Co. bds Hotel International 
Hopkins Samuel J. lumber, 40 Washington, dwl 

N s Folsom bet First and Second 
Hopkins S. C. dwl NE corner Sacramento and 

Leidesdorff 
Hopkins Sterling A. dwl S s Cal bet Dupont and 

Stockton 
Hopkins S. U. merchandise book-keeper C. H. 

dwl 174 Dupont 
Hopkins Thomas, wool-worker, bds Mission St. 

House 
Hopkins T. R. {Kennedy & H.) dwl Gold nr San 
Hopkins "Wirt, clerk with Hutchings & Rosen- 

tield, dwl cor Third and Minna 
Hop Lee (Chinese) washing, 51 First 
Hoppe Louis C. importer, W s San nr Pacific 
Hoppe Lucy (widow) dwls 279 Dupont 
Hopper ( G. II.) & Faulkner {P. F.) liquor saloon, 

SE cor Pacific and Davis 
Hopper John, laborer, Tubbs & Co. rope-walk, 

Potrero 
Hopper Thomas, cabinet-maker, dwl S s Pacific 

near Montgomery 
Hopper ( Wm.) & Heye {Henry) groceries and 

liquors, NW cor Green and Kearny 
Hopping Thomas X. carpenter. 45 Battery 
HOPPS ( Charles) & KANARY {David) house, 

Sign and ornamental painters, 62 Sansome, 

dwl NE cor Geary and Mason 
Hop Sing (Chinese) washing, 10 Commercial 
HORAN J. C. & CO. {G. W. Cleveland) imps and 

jobbers wines and liquors. 95 Front 
Horan John, hostler. Ms 34 Webb 
Horan Mary Miss, laundress, dwl N s Card's Al- 
ley near Stockton 
Horan P. T. blacksmith Union Foundry 



Horber John, watches and jewelry, 38 Mont 
Hore Henry, blacksmith, rooms 101 Kearny 
llore Morris, laborer, bds with Wm. F. Kelly 
Horgan B. bids what Cheer House 
Horlocks E. Mrs. dwl S s Union bet Dupont and 

Kearny 
Horlor J. bag-maker, bds What Cheer House 
Horlor John E. spinner, S. F. Woolen Factory, 

Black Point 
Horwege Jacob, captain schooner Alexander, dwl 

SE cor Folsom and Main 
Horn Barney {Kerr <fc H.) dwl Price nr Folsom 
HORN B. C. & Co. importers and jobbers cigars 

and tobacco, SW cor Clay and Front, resi- 
dence Oakland 
Horn Jennie Miss, milliner, 13 Government 

House, NW cor Washington and Sansome 
Horn Philip, stevedore, dwl 12 Clementina 
Horn William, stevedore, bds Columbia House, 

Stewart 
Home Barney, butcher, dwl corner Bryant and 

Decatur 
Hornen Michael, porter, dwl S s O'Farrell near 

Mason 
Horner Robert H. captain, bds with Mrs. T. B. 

Parker 
Horner William, gardener, dwl SW cor Sparks 

and Valencia 
Horning A. F. {Buhrmeister & Co.) dwl SW cor 

Davis and Commercial 
Horning Richard {Buhrmeister & H.) dwl SW 

cor Mission and Beale 
Horning Franklin C. proprietor Eagle Hotel SW 

cor Folsom and Beale 
Horr Richard, baker, bds What Cheer House 
HORR WM. Steamship Bread and Cracker 

Bakery. W s Battery bet Pacific and Bdwy, 

dwl 250 Vallejo 
Horrigan M. laborer Bensley Water Works 
Horstman Henry, cabinet-maker with J. Peirce, 

dwl E s Virginia nr Jackson 
Horstman John ( C. Nobmann & Co.) dwl NW 

cor Busli and Powell 
Horetty A. J. bds Plaza Hotel 
Horswill Frederick, special policeman, dwl N s 

Washington nr Powell 
Hort Samuel ( C. Adolphe Low & Co.) dwl S s 

Bush bet Stockton and Powell 
Horton Alexander, with Lockwood, Ewell & Co. 
Horton Daniel, carpenter, W s Kearny bet Post 

and Geary 
Horton George, carpenter with John Clark 
Horton George, carpenter, dwl N s Green bet 

Montgomery and Sansome 
Horton Henry, seaman, dwl N s Pacific nr Front 
Horton Richard, policeman City Hall, dwl NW 

cor Second and Jessie 
Horton Thomas R. {Martin & H.) dwl 108 Dupont 
Horton William, gardener, dwl rear Wm. Brindle 
Hosatte J. B. groceries, 278 Dupont 
Hosford William, dwl SW cor Green and Taylor 
Hosley William, at Hutchinson's milk-ranch, 

Presidio Road near Presidio House 
Hosmer Charles {Loud, H. & Co.) dwl 274 Powell 
Hosmer Grenville, compositor Golden P>a, dwl 

S s Jackson above Powell 
Hosmer M. H. Mrs. teacher Spring Valley School, 

dwl S s Jackson above Powell 



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H08SEFROS8 GEORGE II. Sop. Stro 

Highways, office City Hall, dwl SW cor 
ci:iv and Kearny 

HOTAL1XC {Anson /'.) & CO. (John W. Griffin) 

importers and dealer! in wines and liquors, 

and cigars, NK cor Sansome and Jackson, 

dwl 8H f»>r Jackson and Sansome 
Hottendorf Peter, dork, bds with T. II. Weber 
lloulilin P. compositor Le Phare, dwl N s Val- 

lejo near Dupont 
Houck James M. foreman with Barton k, Brother, 

46 Sacramento, dwl with E. T. Steen 
Houck Stephen, laborer, dwl N s Natoma bet 

Jane and Third 
Hough D. E. fruit, 7 Washington Market, resides 

Oakland 
Hough James F. book-keeper with E. H. Parker, 

dwl with C. J. Farran 
Houghnv Frank, teamster with C. H. Eastman, 

dwl NW cor Battery and Vallejo 
HOUGHTALTNG ABRAM I. photographer, 

1 1 1 Montgomery, dwl SW cor Mission and 

Second 
Hourcade J. billiard saloon, 285 Dupont 
Hourigan James, marble-worker with John Grant, 

bds with Timothy Dunn 
Houseley Joseph W. dwl NW cor Drumm and 

Jackson 
Houseman James S. ship-carpenter, dwl S 8 Fol- 

som bet Main and Beale 
Houser Conrad, beer saloon, Specht's Building, 

99 Broadway 
Houseworth Thomas {Lawrence & H.) residence 

New York 
Housmann Herman, barkeeper with Benedict 

Then, dwl S s Bdwy bet Dupont and Stock 
HOUSTON ALBERT H. contractor, 124 Mont- 
gomery, up-stairs, dwl W s Rincon Place 

bet Harrison and Bryant 
Houston Frank, fireman, dwl NW corner Mason 

and Green 
Houston John, clerk, dwl with John Glover 
Houston R. T. & Co. (colored) tailors, 117 Mcht 
Houston Samuel, St. Francis Hotel 
Houston Wm. J. compositor Spirit of the Times, 

dwl Bush near Kearny 
Hovey George, blacksmith with Geo. P. Kimball 

& Co. dwl 204 Stockton 
Hovey John N. contractor and builder, W s 

Third bet Tehama and Howard 
Hovey John R. brick-layer, dwl 25 Bush 
Howard Benjamin C. {Pool & H.) dwl S 8 Mis- 
sion bet Fourth and Fifth 
Howard Caleb D. W. dwl St. Marks Place near 

Stockton 
Howard Charles (colored) whitewashes SE cor 

Clay and Kearny, dwl Virginia Place 
Howard Charles A. special policeman Maguire's 

Opera House, dwl 6 St. Marys 
Howard Charles Webb (Blackman, H. & Co.) 

dwl NE cor Montgomery and Jackson 
Howard Daniel S. (Renton & H) dwl N s Silver 

bet Second and Third 
Howard David, leather-dresser with D. C. 

McGlynn 
Howard Edward H. book-keeper with Conroy & 

O'Connor, dwl 53 Montgomery 
Howard Elizabeth (widow) dwl 243 Washington 



Howard Edward (colored) bootblack, dwl Pacific 

near Stockton 
Howard Emma Mi I Hlbert's Melodeon 

Howard Brwin, molder Vulcan Foundry 

Howard Kannv Miss, "actress, dwl 190 California 
Howard Frank H. student Pacific Med. College, 

Mission near Third 
Howard George, mariner, bds with G. Boebeo 
Howard George, drayman, dwl E s Salina Place 
HOWARD GEORGE II. real estate, and agent 

W. D. M. Howard, deceased, office 137 

Montgomery, dwl S s Bush near Taylor 
Howard Henry, bdfl What Cheer House 
Howard H. 0. wharfinger Commercial Wharf, 

dwl 131 Montgomery 
Howard Irving, moider, dwl N s Silver between 

Second and Third 
Howard J. workman with Coffey & Risdon 
Howard James, workman with Cofran & Fell, 

dwl 8 s Mission bet Second and Third 
Howard James G. attorney-at-law. 148 Clay 
Howard John, coachman with Dr. Thos. Bennett 
Howard John, printer, dwl 248 Clay 
Howard John W. hostler with Baldwin & Thomas, 

dwl 301 Dupont 
Howard Mary (widow) boarding and lodging, 

NW cor Beale and Mission 
Howard Michael E. clerk with D. E. Hough, dwl 

Tremont House 
Howard Morris, real estate, dwl 180 Jackson 
Howard Richard, laborer with William Horr 
Howard S. L. (widow) dwl 71 Jackson 
HOWARD VOLNEY E. attorney-at-law, 124 

Montgomery 
Howard W. D. M. estate of, office 135 Mont- 
gomery, G. H. Howard, agent 
Howard William, gas-fitter, 167 Montgomery 
Howard Wm. dwl 258 Stockton 
Howe Charles E. B. ticket agent, dwl NW cor 

Mason and Geary 
Howe E. B. quartz-miner, dwl N s Howard bet 

Third and Fourth 
Howe George W. compositor Morning Call, dwl 

E s Montgomery above Vallejo 
Howe R. F. salesman, bds What Cheer House 
HOWE (William) & CO. wholesale and retail 

grocers, NE cor Clay and Sansome, dwl S s 

Bush bet Mason and Taylor 
HOWELL EDWARD S. importer and agent 

Eastern manufacturers hardware, etc., 46 

Battery, up-stairs, dwl E s Hawthorne near 

Folsom 
HoweU Lewis V. H. (Reynolds & H.) dwl E s 

Wood bet Mission and Market 
Howell Thomas, tinsmith, dwl 123 Pine, rear 
Howes Edward K. (Ehim & H) dwl 280 Clay 
HOWES GEORGE & CO. (Jabez Howes) com- 
mission merchants, 155 San, dwl 280 Clay 
Howes Henry, weighman, dwl cor Jolinston and 

Mission 
Howes Jabez (Geo. Howes & Go.) dwl 280 Clay 
Howes {John) & Winant (J. J.) commission 

produce, 142 Clay 
Howes R. F. salesman with J. H. Coulter, W s 

Leavenworth nr Pacific 
Howes (Samuel P.) & Co. ( Geo. A. Lloyd) photo- 
graphist, 182 Washington, dwl S s Lombard 

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Howett John, ship-carpenter, dvvl 46 Wash 
Howgat Geo. dwl 8 b Pacific nr Kearny, rear 
How-land J. saw mills, bds What Cheer House 
Howland John, cook, dwl SW cor Front and 

Jackson 
Howland Stephen, engineer, boards with John 

R oincr 
Howland, ( Wm. H.) Angell {Horace B.) & King 

(Ervin T.) proprietors Miner's Foundry, E s 

First bet Howard and Folsoni 
Howlett (John) & Co. ( Wm.B. Jour den) feed, coal 

and wood, NW cor Pacific nr Powell 
Hows (Fred'k) & Buckmann (Henry) groceries 

and liquors, NW cor Jessie and First 
Hoy Alex, stoves and tinware, 221 Jackson, dwl 

W s Leavenworth N Pacific 
Hoy Thomas, hostler with Wm. M. White 
Hoyer C. dwl S s Clementina between First and 

Second 
Ho3 T er Cornelius, porter U. S. Branch Mint, dwl 

N s St. Marks PI bet Stockton and Dupont 
Hoyles Ellen, domestic with A. Kline 
Hoyt Calvin D. Market Street Water Works and 

wood-yard, S s Market bet Second and Third 
Hoyt Cyrus D. foreman with John Gardner & Co. 
Hoyt John, elk with John C. Hoyt, bds Oriental 
Hovt John, dwl 53 Montgomery 
HOYT JOHN C. agent Underwriters, and U. S. 

Inspector Hulls, NE cor Battery and Wash, 

bds Oriental Hotel 
Huant Mme. dressmaker, dwl N s Green near 

Stockton 
Huant Paulin. barkeeper Union Hotel, Plaza, 

dwl 10 Green 
Huard Alex, physician, office NE cor Wash and 

Dupont, dwl NE cor Jackson and Powell 
Hubash Joseph, manufacturing jeweler, 193 

Clay, dwl Post bet Stockton and Dupont 
Hubbard Dimon (Hubbard & Co.) dwl 3 Milton 

Place 
Hubbard Henry B. dwl with Mrs. A. Parker 
HUBBARD (Horace P.) & CO. (Dimon Hubbard) 

stoves and tinware, 111 Washington, and 

117 San some, dwl N s Howard bet First 

and Second 
Hubbard John, dwl Greenwich cor Jones 
Hubbard (John) & Co. (Joseph B. Valliant) dairy, 

cor Stewart and Folsoin 
Hubbard John C. painter, dwl N s Tehama PI 
Hubbard John N. coppersmith, dwl cor Green- 
wich and Jones 
Hubbard N. B. (Viadero & H) dwl 175 Sansome 
Hubbard Phineas, stair-budder with Smith & 

Freeman 
Hubbard Rodolphus. book-keeper, 155 Sacra- 
mento, bds with N. Gray 
Hubbard Samuel, clerk Pacific Mail S. S. Co. dwl 

cor California and Powell 
Hubbard Wm. B. carpenter, dwl cor Greenwich 

and Jones 
Huber Catherine Mrs. dwl W s Mary Lane bet 

Bush and Sutter 
Huber Edward A. saddler with C. H. Mead, dwl 

SW cor Front and Jackson 
Huber Francis X. barkeeper.SW cor Montgomery 

and Sacramento, bds 19 Sutter 
Huber Sophia Miss, dwl W s Mary Lane bet 

Bush and Sutter 



Hubert C. B. tailor, dwl 298 Stockton, rear 
Hubert Numa, atty-at-law, L06 Montgomery 

Iluhlcr James N. blacksmith, dwl S s Broadway 

nr Stockton, rear 
Huchez Paul A. book -keeper with F. Henderson, 

dwl S s Ellis bet Powell and Mason 
Huck Valentine, barber with J. Eammerschmiil 
HUCKS {John, J.) A LAMBERT (Wm.) manuf 

patent axle grease, N s Natoma bet Jane 

and Third, dwl S s Minna nr Jane 
Huddart R. Townsend Rev. Dr. dwl with Mrs. 

Sarah Enscoe 
HUDSON C. & CO. (Henry Hudson and Thomas 

McFarlcmd) importers and jobbers boots and 

shoes, 57 Front, res New York 
HUDSON DAYID, produce commission, 6 Clay, 

dwl Charlton farm. San Bruno Road 
Hudson George, attorney-at-law. NE cor Mont 

and Clay, dwl W s Anthony nr Mission 
Hudson George A. with C. Hudson & Co. dwl 

SW cor Brannan and Second 
Hudson George B. salesman, 87 Sansome, bds 

American Exchange 
Hudson Henry, barkeeper, Sazerac Exchange, 

215 Clay 
Hudson Henry (C. Hudson & Co.) res New York 
Hudson Henry C. mustard and spice manufac- 
tory, Chace's MUls, SW cor Market and 

Beale and SE cor Front and Pine 
Hudson Henry S. book-keeper with Dan'l Gibb 

& Co. res Oakland 
Hudson James, clerk with J. Alexander & Co. 

dwl 74 Commercial 
Hudson John, plumber, 33 Webb 
Hudson Mathew H. clerk, 87 Sansome, boards 

with Phineas Hudson 
Hudson Nelson, with C. Hudson & Co. dwl E s 

Powell bet Jackson and Pacific 
Hudson Phineas, ship-carpenter, dwl N s Minna 

bet Third and Fourth 
Hudson Phoenix Jr. clerk, 176 Montgomery 
Hudson Samuel, drayman, dwl 11 Washington 
Hudson Wm. H. captain P. M. S. S. Panama, 

dwl Oriental Hotel 
Huefner Wm. reporter California Democrat, dwl 

S s Bush nr Mason 
Huenert Auguste, cigar manufacturer and im- 
porter, 229 Dupont 
Huerlin 0. W. collector S. F. Gas Co. 
Huern Prosper, architect and civd engineer, 

NW cor Sacramento and Kearny, dwl S s 

Stevenson bet Third and Fourth 
Hueting Julie (widow) dwl NW corner Quincy 

and Pine 
Huff Oliver B. clerk with T. H. Stevens, dwl W s 

Clay Avenue nr Clay 
Huff Win. newspaper-carrier, dwl S s Sutter bet 

. Jones and Leavenworth 
Huffman T. bds What Cheer House 
Hufschmidt F. upholsterer with A. Constine, dwl 

N s Beaver nr Bush 
Hug Charles, soap manufactory, cor Market and 

Fourth 
Hug Joseph, liquor saloon, SE corner Clay and 

Montgomery, dwl N s Howard bet Third 

and Fourth 
Hugg Henry, broker, 38 Sacramento, dwl with 

W. M. Huntoon 



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Sugan George, cook Alden's Restaurant 
Hugh H. butcher, bds 89 and M Pacific 
Hughes Abraham, 'Longshoreman, dwi ffs La- 
fayette nr ( liven 
Hughes Arthur, laborer, dwl SE cor Broadway 

and Sansome 
Hughes Charles <!. Alta power-presa, 124 Sac, 

dwl S s Clementina bet First and Second 
Hughes Charles .1. attorney-at-law, 1 7 r> Clay 
Hughes Edward, at Gold Reiiuery, cor Brannan 

and Harris 
Hughes Edward A. with J. R. Hughes, 147 

Montgomery 
Hughes P. bds What Cheer House 
Hughes Francis, laborer Fori Point 
Hughes George, fruits, etc. N\V cor Sansome and 

Clay, dwl E s Simmons nr Folsom 
Hughes Hugh, harness-maker with J. C. John- 
sun ,v Co, dwl 130 Sunsome 
Hughes Henry, commission merchant, NW cor 
Clay and Front, dwl NW cor Kearny and 
Lombard 
Hughes James, laborer, bds Susquehanna House 
Hughes James, livery stable, dwl N s Clemen- 
tina I iet First and Second 
Hughes James, boarding, 5 Ecker 
Hughes James, waiter Oriental Hotel 
HUGHES JAMES W. liquor saloon, 6 Clay 
Hughes John, laborer Sugar Refinery, cor Har- 
rison and Price 
Hughes John B. laborer, dwl S s Mission bet 

Price and Johnston 
Hughes John G. (Burning, Donnelly & Co.) resi- 
dence New York 
Hughes John R. boots and shoes, 147 Mont 
HUGHES MATHEW E. agent and manf Phe- 
lan's billiard tables, 180 and 182 Mont, 
dwl N s Mission bet Third and Fourth 
Hughes 0. carpenter, bds What Cheer House 
Hughes Mary, domestic with James S. Higgins 
HUGHES P. A. & CO. ship-brokers and gen- 
eral agents, U. S. Court Building nr Oregon, 
dwl X s Bush abv Mason 
Hughes Richard, laborer, dwl 161 Jessie 
Hughes Thomas, silversmith with W. K. Van- 

derslice, bds Summer St. House 
Hughes Thomas A. dwl N s Bush nr Mason 
Hughton Lydia Mrs. 8 Spofford 
Huibschele Joseph, laborer, rooms 85 Kearny 
Hulbert H. P. captain steamer Peytona, S s How- 
ard bet Third and Fourth 
Huley Anthony, bds Staten Island House 
Hulin Norman A. carpenter, dwl NW cor Sacra- 
mento and Kearny 
Hull Benjamin, driver, Wells, Fargo & Co. 
Hull D. tinsmith, bds What Cheer House 
Hull Edward (Hull & Lohman, Sacramento) 
office NW cor Front and Commercial, dwl 
N s Howard bet Third and Fourth 
Hidl George S. book-keeper with Thos. H. Selby 

&Co. 
Hull Mitchell, rooms with Mrs. Eliza Johnson 
Hull M. J. wood-worker with T. Ogg Shaw 
Hull William E. {Rudesill & Co.) dwl SE Bran- 
nan St Bridge, Potrero 
Hulse Joseph, dwl with James R. Jacobs 
Hulsman Henry ( Von Gldhn & Co.) dwl SWcor 
Trinity and Bush 



Humbert Augustus, dwl 2:;»; Washington 
Humbert •'. J. paper-hanger, L25 California 
Hummerberg Charles, conk. 64 Montgomery 
HummitzBcb Win. laborer Pioneer Flour Mills, 

Market 
Humphrey A. B., S s Mission bet Simmons and 

Fifth 
Humphrey Leavitt, book-keeper with Raymond 

k Co. dwl S s Perry nr Third 
Humphreys A. X. porter with J. H. Coghill & 

Co. dwl SW cor Front and Commercial 

Humphreys J. Major, bds Oriental Hotel 
Humphreys Julius, produce merchant, dwl E s 

Prospect Place nr Pine 

Humphreys Wm. P. surveyor, rms 8 Brenham 
Place 

Humphries John, cook for Carson & Downing 

Humphries L. A. Miss, teacher Hyde St School 

Hundeser Charles A. L. porter with D R. Pro- 
vost & Co. 81 Washington 

Hung Lee (Chinese) 45 Jackson 

Hung Son (Chinese) butcher, 187 Sacramento 

Hung Sun, (Chinese) washing, 21 Kearny 

Huns Hung (Chinese) washing, W s Battery bet 
Green and Union 

Hunt Amos 0. calker, dwl with S. R. Hnnt 

Hunt Ann J. (widow) lodgings New York Ho- 
tel, and teacher dancing Assembly Hall, 
NW cor Post and Kearny 

Hunt Bartholomew, dwl E s Brooks bet Geary 
and Market 

Hunt Charles, calker, dwl with S. R. Hunt 

Hunt C. L. Miss, teacher Denman School 

HUNT CHARLES A. & CO. flour and grain, 
67 Clay, dwl 7 Hardie Place 

Hunt Cornelia (widow) adjuster U. S. Branch 
Mint, bds with M. H. Yates 

Hunt Daniel 0. (Taplin & H) dwl rear Mission 
Dolores Church 

Hunt David W. windmill-maker, 24 Second 

Hunt Edward, teller M. Brumagim & Co. dwl 
with J. Hunt 

Hunt Edwin, clerk with Park & White, bds 23 
Minna 

Hunt Edwin 0. windmill-maker, 24 Second 

Hunt F. W. bds What Cheer House 

Hunt George. Deputy County Assessor, City 
Hall, dwl cor Powell and California 

Hunt Henry 0. clerk with City and County Au- 
ditor, dwl cor Powell and California 

Hunt J. bds What Cheer House 

Hunt J. at Charles' Ranch, Presidio Road, op 
Presidio House 

Hunt James, clerk with Lewis Gibson 

Hunt James S. calker, dwl E s First bet Folsom 
and Howard 

HUNT J. D. & CO. (J. Lewis Hunt) agricul- 
tural implements and hardware, 85 Wash- 
ington, residence New York 

HUNT J. LEWIS (J. D. Hunt & Co.) dwl W s 
Powell abv Jackson 

Hunt John, law-student with Pidey & Smith, 
dwl N s Union bet Stockton and Dupont 

Hunt John, hatter, dwl N s Union nr Stockton 

Hunt John, carpenter, rms 36 Trinity 

Hunt John D. commission merchant, dwl S s 
Jackson nr Powell 

Hunt Michael, laborer with G. D. Nagle 



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HUNT JONATHAN, City and County Tax Col- 
lector, office City Hall, dwl NW cor Powell 

and California 
Hunt Patrick (J. Gardner & Co.) dwl N s Pine bet 

Dupout and Kenrny 
Hunt Samuel R. calker, dwl S s Harrison bet 

Beale and Main 
Hunt S. M. Miss, teacher Hyde St School 
Huntemann Christoph A. collector, dwl Presidio 

Road E of Lagoon 
HUNTER C. C. commission merchant, SW cor 

Clay and Davis, dwl Market abv Mongomery 
Hunter David, carpenter, 79 Sutter 
Hunter David, plasterer, boards with Robert A. 

Hunter 
Hunter David, cook Eagle Hotel 
Hunter David H. (H. Wheelock & Co.) dwl N s 

Sacramento bet Dupont and Stockton 
Hunter George, dwl SW cor Sansome and Alta 
Hunter Gilbert, broker, dwl S s Filbert near 

Mason 
Hunter Hannah R. resides with J. M. Gardner 
Hunter James, bitters manuf, N s Market bet 

Sansome and Battery 
Hunter James, carrier Herald 
Hunter James, Gangers Dept. C. H. dwl NE cor 

Hodges Place and Vallejo 
Hunter John, builder, NW cor Bush and Milton 

Place 
Hunter John, seaman, dwl with James A. Wright 
Hunter John, joiner, bds 5 Belden's Block 
Hunter John, baker, with Patrick Regan 
Hunter Lewis C. clerk with Scott, Curtis & Co. 

dwl NE cor Jackson and Virginia 
Hunter Robert A. plasterer, dwl S s Post near 

Powell 
Hunter Sarah (widow, colored) dwl with Mrs. 

E. Thomas 
Hunter William (colored) servant with Dr. J. H. 

Jossclyn 
Hunter William Henry, liquor saloon, NW cor 

Third and Folsom 
Huntington Calvert, boatman, dwl 106 Com 
Huntington Thomas, captain, 108 Washington 
Huntoon Willjam M. com. merchant, dwl E s 

Second bet Howard and Tehama 
Huntsman George H. salesman with Davidson 

& Co. dwl 151 Kearny 
Huppert Thomas, workman with J. G. Clark & Co. 
Hurbst Charles, carriage-maker with S. F. Ross 
Hurd Franklin B. machinist, dwl SE cor Main 

and Market 
Hurd M. J. pressman with Towne & Bacon, dwl 

14 Sansome 
Hurd William P. clerk, dwl 144 Washington 
Hurlburt (Hiram) & Dodge ( Wm. J.) hog-ranch, 

W s Lark in near Tyler 
Hurlburt James, carriage-trimmer with G. P. 

Kimball & Co. dwl cor Tyler and Larkin 
Hurlbutt James M. saddler, dwl W a Larkin nr 

Turk 
Hurley Charles, shoemaker with P. F. Dunn, 

dwl 88 Battery 
Hurley Charles M. boot-maker, dwl 6 Minna 
Hurley Daniel, laborer, bds with Terence Riley 
Hurley James, butcher, dwl 6 Minna 
Hurley Jas. driver with Martensteiu & Munson 
Hurley M. bds Benton House 



Hurley Michael, laborer S. F. Sugar Refinery, 

dwl X s Fourth bet Howard and Folsom 
Hurley Patrick, laborer, dwl N s Jessie bet First 

and Ecker 
Hurley Patrick, carpenter, dwl Gough bet Pacific 

and Broadway 
Hurley Samuel, bag-maker, NE cor Second and 

Tehama 
Hurley Thomas, seaman, dwl with Moses Marsh 
Hum G. gardener, bds 62 and 64 Pacific 
Husing Albert, clerk with Henry Husing & Co. 
Husing Henry, steward with C. H. Brickwedel 
Husing Henry & Co. (John D. Husing) groceries 

and liquors, SW cor Howard and Second 
Husing John D. (Hvnry Husing d; Co.) dwl SW 

cor Howard and Second 
Husing Rathye, clerk with Bernard F. Corneps 
Husmann Heiurieh, tailor, W s Second between 

Natoma and Howard 
Hussey F. F. teamster, bds Brooks House 
Hussey Frank, minstrel, dwl Stout's Alley near 

Washington 
Hussey George Mrs. milliner, 267 Dupont 
Hussey Henry, sawyer with Aaron Robinson 
Hussey Joseph, tailor, 167 California 
Hussey Simon, laborer, dwl W s Montgomery 

bet Union and Filbert 
Hussey Valentine, stone-cutter with Eben & A. 

Bassett, dwl 179 Mission 
Hussman Arnold, groceries and liquors, SW cor 

Second and Jessie 
Huston Paul, carpenter, dwl N a Pacific W of 

Leavenworth 
Hutchings Edward, drayman, dwl Broadway 

Wood Yard, Broadway near Stockton 
Hutchings (James At.) & Rosentield (Anthony) 

booksellers and publishers Califorma Maga- 
zine, 146 Mont, dwl N a Pine near Larkin 
Hutchings Lem. drayman, dwl Bdwy nr Stockton 
Hutchings L. W. milkman. Call's ranch, Presidio 

Road op Presidio House 
Hutchinson A. J. k D. milk-ranch, N 8 Preaidio 

Road near Presidio House 
Hutchinson Christopher & William H. carpenters, 

N s Pine nr Sansome, dwl Ritch nr Folsom 
Hutchinson Daniel, (A. J. & I). Hutchinson) 

Presidio Road 
Hutchinson E. F. Mrs. dwl N s Folsom between 

Third and Fourth 
Hutchinson Hannah Maria Mrs. dressmaker, 44 

Sansome * 

Hutchinson James, with William D. Richardson 
Hutchinson James S. cashier Sather & Church, 

residence Alameda 
Hutchinson John, carpenter, bds with T. McAlpin 
Hutchinson John, cook, bds Columbia H. Stewart 
Hutchinson L. A. engraver, dwl NE cor Vallejo 

and Dupont 
Hutchinson Thos. dwl NE cor Battery and Pacific 
Hutchinson Thomas, tinner, 80 Jackson, boards 

Queen City Hotel 
Hutchinson Wdliam ( C. & Wm. H.) dwl Ritch 

near Folsom 
Huter G. porter with L. & E. Wertheimer, NW 

cor Battery and Sacramento 
Huth Charles, shoemaker, dwl NW cor Dupont 

and Vallejo 
Hutin John, groceries, SE cor Cal and Dupont 



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Hut ton Henry, butcher, 8 a Greenwich nr Mason 
1 1 ut i< >n Henry, miner, dwi N T a Valparaiso 

Hutton ii. s. reporter, dwi N s Green W of 

Leavenworth 
Button James, drsymaa with E. ("j. Matthews & 

en. dwi B s Green above Larkin 
Hutton John, drayman with B. Q-. Mathews & Co. 

dwi s 8 Broadway bel Jones and Taylor 
Sutton John (colored) bootblack, 82 Sansoms 
Hutton T. J. (colored) bds with Joseph Bell 
Hutton Warner, clerk with R. Gibbons, dwi 

Greenwich near Mason 
Huxley Charles, ganger, dwi S s Greenwich bet 

Stockton and Dupont 
Huxley J. Mead. State (lander's Office, NW cor 

Front and Com. dwi with Mrs. E. Smith 
Hyams George J. S. & Co. auction and clothing, 

X - Commercial near Sansorne 
Hyams Leopold, physician. 79 Montgomery, dwi 

I avenue near Clay 
HYATT CALEB, architect, NW corner Market 

and Montgomery 
Hyatt FJislia. drayman Vulcan Foundry, dwi W 

s Bitter near Harrison 
Hyde C. C. dentist, 203 Washington 
Hyde George, attorney-at-law, dwi S s Post bet 

Montgomery and Kearny 
Hyde Henry C. clerk with Saunders & Campbell, 

dwi 254 Powell 
Hyde Isaac, hook-keeper, What Cheer House 
HYDE JAMES T. physician, SW cor Front and 

Pacific, dwi NW cor Sansorne and Wash 
Hyde J. K. bds What Cheer House 
Hyde John B. carriage-painter with H. Casebolt 

& Co. dwi S s Post bet Mont and Kearny 
Hyde J. P. actor, Maguire's Opera House 
Hyde Maria Mrs. boarding, dwi S s Broadway 

near Sansorne 
Hyde Michael, carrier Evening Gazette 
Hyde Michael, Boston Temperance House, S s 

Stevenson near Second 
Hyde Theodore R. bds with Mrs. Wm. F. Hyde 
Hyde William C. clerk with Crosby & Dibblee, 

dwi 2 54 Powell 
Hyde William F. Mrs. (widow) dwi 254 Powell 
Hyde William H. carpenter, dwi Es Mission bet 

Tracy and Sparks 
Hyland Henry J. rooms 132 Bush 
Hyland John, blacksmith, dwi S s Harrison bet 

Second and Third 
Hyland Patrick, accountant at Brooklyn Hotel 
Hyman Moses, book-keeper with M. Heller & 

Bros, bds Steckler's Exchange 
Hymau Nathan J. clerk with Joseph Bros, dwi 

149 Montgomery 
HYMAN P. C. & CO. merchandise brokers, NW 

cor California and Front, dwi Hawthorne 

bet Folsom and Harrison 



Ickelhetjter Herman, special policeman, and 

paintet, dwi 1G7 Jessie 
Ide Edward, drayman, dwi 13 Washington 
Ide John, rooms with Jacob A. Smith 
Ide John J. blacksmith, E s San bet Pacific and 

Broadway 



[kin Frederick, broker, 50 Front 

lis John <;. stoves and tinware, 176 Wash 

lis M. lids Benton House 

II. with Kellogg, Hewston & Co. 
Use William A. assayer, dwi S s Silver between 

Third and Fourth 
Iltomus John, baker with Geo. Ehmann 
Indians Louis, cigars and tobacco, NE cor Com 

and Sansorne, dwi W s Mason bet Chestnut 

and Lombard 
Inberg Edward H. seamen's boarding, 6 Com 
Inderstroth Julius C. groceries and liquors, S s 

I'r derick bet First and Second 
Ing Andrew D. clerk with Joseph Boston, dwi 

174 Dupont 
Ingalls John, seaman, boards Columbia House, 

Stewart, 
Ingalls Morgan L. cabinet-maker, bds Isthmus 

House, First 
Ingargiola Lawrence, fruits, dwi N S Powell 

nr Green 
Inge Samuel W. lawyer, dwi N s Clementina bet 

First and Second 
Ingeberegston John, cook, bds with George 

Roeben 
Ingersoll Wm. S. bds Tremont House 
Ingleman Valentine, barber, 63 Montgomery 
Ingles (M. L.) & Gazlay (David M.) Metropolitan 

Restaurant, 202 Washington 
Ingraham Adoniram J. clerk, dwi with Samuel 

B. Reed 
Ingraham Richard, mate ferryboat Contra Costa 
Ingraham William, liquor saloon, 33 and 35 

Clay, dwi N s Vallejo nr Mason 
Inman Isaiah, carpenter, dwi W s Beale bet 

Mission and Howard 
Innes Samuel, tinsmith with Johnston & Reay, 

bds Columbia Hotel 
Inslee (George W.) & Joseph (Michael J.) cigar 

manufacturers, 86 Montgomery 
Inslee John H. (Irvin k I.) dwi S s Pine bet 

Montgomery and Kearny 
Inwood Geo. carpenter, dwi W s Powell nr Union 
Iredale A. S. merchant, dwi S s Mission between 

Simmons and Fifth 
Irelan Samuel, calker, dwi W s Main bet Folsom 

and Harrison 
Irelan William, shipwright, NW cor Folsom and 

Spear, dwi W s Main bet Folsom and Harri- 
son, rear 
Ireland Louis F. book-keeper with Isaac S. Jo- 

sephi, dwi SE cor Sacramento and Stockton 
Irons Amos, teamster with Place & Fountain 
Irons William, engineer, bds with Nathaniel C. 

Lane 
Irvin A. W. jeweler with R. B. Gray & Co. 
Irvin Brown, ship-master, dwi N s Vallejo bet 

Sansorne and Battery 
Irvin Dennis, cook What Cheer Hotel 
Irvin Francis, cough candy manufacturer, dwi 

NE cor Washington and Davis 
Irvin James, hog-ranch, N s Folsom bet Johnston 

and Thome 
Irvine (James) & Co. (John Lyons) wholesale 

grocers, 58 Front 
Irvine W. bds Metropolitan Hotel 
Irvine Walter & Co. dry goods, 20 Montgomery 
Irvine William, with J. Johnson, 156 Sac 



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Irving David, tailor, dwl N s Post nr Mason 
Irving Henry P. attorney-at-law, 166 Clay, dwl 

El Dorado Building 
Irving James W. oterk with S. P. Taylor, dwl 

Green mar Montgomery 
Irving Samuel, salesman with Janson, Bond & 

Co., dwl 95 Battery 
Irwin Ann E.Mrs, children's clothing, 105 Mont, 

dwl 296 Stockton 
Irwin (George H.) & Inslee {John H.) imps 

cigars and leaf tobacco, 51 Commercial, dwl 

296 Stockton 
Irwin .lames, manager Pacific Club Rooms, 161 

Com, dwl Folsom bet Wood and Thome 
Irwin Samuel, steamboat fireman, dwl W s Hay- 
wood bet Folsom and Louisa 
Irwin W. EL ( Weir ft /.) dwl 8 Kearny 
Irwin William H. physician, E s Third near 

Howard 
Isaac Bernard, peddler, dwl S s Stevenson bet 

Second and Ecker, rear 
Isaac J. bds St. Nicholas Hotel 
ISAAC JOSEPH, stationery, 131 Sansome, dwl 

NE cor Fourth and Howard 
Isaac Marcus, waterman, dwl S s Dupont Alley 
Isaac William, job wagon, dwl N s St Marks PI 

near Kearny 
Isaacs A. clothing, 203 Kearny 
Isaacs Benjamin, book-keeper with A-Shim & 

Brother, dwl SW cor Hartman Place and 

Lombard 
Isaacs Henr} r I. liquor saloon, SE cor Battery and 

Sacramento 
Isaacs Isaac M. watchman What Cheer House 
Isaacs Jacob, clerk, dwl S s Stevenson bet Second 

and Ecker 
Isaacs Samuel Mrs. dwl E s Virginia nr Jackson 
Isaacs Wolf, job wagon, dwl 19 Kearny 
Isador Isaac, peddler fruit, dwl N s Hinckley 

bet Dupont and Kearny 
Isbester W. bds What Cheer House 
Isenring Charles, clerk with Geo. W. Clark, dwl 

Sophie Terrace, Pine 
Israel Harry, purser, bds Hotel International 
Israel Jacob, tailor, dwl 234 Clay 
Israel Julius, cigar-maker, 65 Pacific 
Isson Samuel, jeweler, 201 Pacific 
Ityen Charles, groceries, SE cor Bush and San, 

dwl E s Sansome bet Bush and Market (and 

Mr uke dc Co.) 
Ivancovich Giovanni, fruit, W s Kearny between 

Bush and Pine 
I verger Benjamin (Hoesch& Co.) dwl 168 Clay 
Ivers Richard, office Vulcan Iron Works, dwl 

with J. Peel 
Ives Geo. I. accountant, bds with Elisha E Jen- 
nings 
Ivey William, porter Sam'l Price & Co. dwl S s 

Sherwood Place, near Third 
Ivich Mark, barkeeper with M. Martins 



Jackman A. H. bds What Cheer House 
Jackson Alex, clerk, bds with Wm. E. Jackson 
Jackson Alexander, seaman, dwl with Patrick 
Linehau 



Jackson Andrew, foreman with Fisher & Co. dwl 

E a Mont bet Vallejo and Green 
Jackson Archibald (colored) laborer, dwl Ss Fil- 
bert bet Taylor and Jones 
Jackson Charles ( Oakley & J.) dwl N s Vallejo 

bet Dupont and Stockton 
Jackson Clement, bds Western House, Stewart 
Jackson Eliza Mrs. dwl S s Stevenson bet Third 

and Fourth 
Jackson Elizabeth, bds with Mrs. M. Fox 
Jackson Henry, barber, dwl 4 Bay State Row 
Jackson Henry (colored) steward, dwl Fella Al- 
ley nr Powell 
Jackson J. app. boiler-maker Vulcan Foundry 
Jackson Jacob, boot and shoe maker, SW cor 

Cal and Kearny, rms Bdwy 
Jackson Jas. steamboat-man, dwl NE cor Front 

and Oregon 
Jackson James bar keeper, bds at Manhattan 

House, cor Front and Bdwy 
Jackson J. E. bds with Wm. G. Bibb 
Jackson John (colored) washing, 224 Pacific 

rear 
Jackson K. Mrs. dwl NE cor Bush and Sansome 
Jackson M. hand-cartman, dwl NW cor Drumin 

and Jackson 
Jackson Mary Mrs. furnished rooms, dwl cor Sac 

and Brooklyn 
Jackson Robert, saloon, 124 Davis nr Pacific 
Jackson Thomas S. machinist, dwl 10 St. Mary 
Jackson Warrow (colored) dwl S s Jessie bet 

First and Anthony 
Jackson Wm. (colored) cook for Brazil & Mc- 
Carthy, 211 Kearny 
Jackson Wm. G. clerk, bds with Mrs. E. Jackson 
Jackson Wm. T. (colored) drayman, dwl Vir- 
ginia nr Washington 
Jacobi S. clerk, 254 Stockton 
Jacobs A. carpenter, bds What Cheer House 
Jacobs A. & Co. ( Wolf Eeinsch) hats and caps, 81 

Montgomery 
Jacobs Abraham, salesman with Simon & Bohm 
Jacobs Albert [Pratt & Co.) 46 Wash, dwl What 

Cheer House 
Jacobs Aram, tailor, E s Front nr Bdwy 
Jacobs J. furniture wagon, dwl August Alley 
Jacobs Jacob, clothing, 78 Commmercial 
Jacobs Jas. R. inspector C. House, dwl S s Green 

nr Dupont 
Jacobs Joseph, tailor, 325 Dupont 
Jacobs L. elk, bds What Cheer House 
Jacobs Louis, elk with Abraham Levy, dwl 73 

Commmercial 
Jacobs Marx, furniture, SE cor Market and 

Second 
Jacobs Michael, boot-maker, NW cor Second and 

Jessie 
JACOBS N. B. & CO. ( W. T. Reynolds) native 
wines, NE cor Commercial and Sansome, 
dwl Brannan House 
Jacobs N. M. clothing, dwl S s Bdwy nr Mason 
Jacobs Samuel, drayman, dwl W s Oak nr Mason 
Jacobs Samuel, hand-cartman, dwl E s Mont bet 

Pine and Cal 
JACOBS S. L. ft CO. (Jacob Goldsmith) import- 
ers dry-goods and clothing, 74 Cal, dwl cor 
Sac and Taylor 
Jacobs Solomon, money-broker, rms 207 Dupont 



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Jacobs Solomon, dry goods, M Kearny 

Jacobs Solomon, drayman with L un<l B. Wert- 

neimer, dwl Si Geary bet Mason and Taylor 
Jaoobaen Peter, groceries, liquors and boarding, 

W i liaaon nr Lombard 
Jaoobaobn Raphael, dwl SsPostbet Dupontand 

Stockton 
Jaoobson Christian, seaman, bds l-lt Mission 
Jacobaon Ferdinand, scgar-maker, dwl SW cor 

Pott and Dupont 

Jaoobson J. W. distiller with Wm. Bailey, dwl 
N 8 Brannan nr Tliird 

Jacoby Jacob, dry-goods, 181 Clay, dwl 175 
Commercial 

Jacoby Jacob, tailor, dwl S s Harlan Place nr 
Dupont 

Jacoby Louis, native wines, dwl with Gabriel 
Berger 

Jacoby Philo, compositor Gleaner, dwl 134 Mont 

Jacomanse Antonio, porter with Alexander E. 
Sabatie, dwl 12!) Sansome 

Jaoquelin E II. Express departm't Wells, Fargo 
& Co. 

Jacques Joseph (colored) bootblack, 119 Mercht, 
dwl Pacific nr Stock 

Jacquott Constant, restaurant, dwl W s Kearny 
bet Bdwy and Vallejo. rear 

Jaeck Adam, butcher, dwl S s Bdwy nr Sansome 

Jaft'e Jacob, cloaks and mantillas, 141 Sac 

Jaffe Louis, wood and coal, S s Sutter bet Mont 
and Kearny 

Jahn Gustav, barkeeper, dwl S s Market bet 
Second and Third 

Jahn Henry {Fox & J.) dwl N s Sutter bet 
Kearny and Dupont 

Jakeman Joseph, butcher with J. P. Holden 

Jalu Francois, baker, 181 California 

James Chas. A. clerk Tremont House 

James Geo. F. att'y-at-law, rear City Hall, dwl 
Union Hotel 

James J. J. fancy goods, 86 Sac, up-stairs 

James Stephen, tin-smith, 113 Kearny 

James Theophilus, carriage-maker with J. Gard- 
ner ft L'o. dwl SE cor Ritch and Folsom 

James Thomas, baker, dwl N s Market bet Du- 
pont and Kearny 

James Wm. dwl S s Lombard nr Mason 

Jameson C. C. Jr. bds Benton House 

Jameson F. A. newspaper-carrier, dwl S s Val- 
lejo bet Sansome and Mont 

Jameson Henry A. (Fisher & J.) dwl NE cor 
Sansome and Pine 

Jameson Jno. express wagon, dwl S s O'Farrell 
bet Powell and Mason 

Jamison C. C. clerk, dwl 8 Brenham Place 

Jamison Jno. miner, dwl 35 Clay 

Jamison Win. porter with Rouutree Bros, dwl 
115 Clay 

Janes C. M. Mrs. shirt-maker and machine-sew- 
ing, 35 Montgomery, dwl Virginia Place 

Janes Henry B. attorney-at-law, 166 Clay, dwl 

I Virginia Place 

JANES {Horace P.) LAKE {Delos) & BOYD 
{James T. ) attorneys-at-law, rms8, 9, 10 and 

II Wells' Building, dwl 20 South Park 
Janes J. L. salesman with A. M. Oilman & Co. 

dwl Virginia Place 



Janes Wm. C. drayman with Wegener & Shoen- 
liar, dwl Fremont nr Harrison 

Janin Edward, clerk with Johnson ft Hose 

JAXsoX (C ./.) BOND (Ohae. W.) ft 00. [Al- 
bert Aliller & David W. Hale) imps and job- 
bers dry goods, 95 Battery, residence New 
York 

Janson Martin John, shoemaker, dwl W s Bel- 
den bet Bush and Pine 

Jantzeu Frederick, variety store, 146 Battery, and 
crockery, 67 Kearny 

Jantzen John H. clerk, 146 Battery, bds 67 
Kearny 

Janus Oscar ( Wenz &J.) dwl SE cor Dolores and 
Center 

Janus Wm. liquor saloon, NE cor Dolores and 
Center 

Jaquemot L. carpenter, dwl S s Post bet Taylor 
and Jones 

Jaques Thomas laborer, Tubbs& Co.'srope man- 
ufactory 

Jaquith Wm. stevedore, dwl NE cor Stevenson 
and Ecker 

JARBOE JOHN R. attorney-at-law, office with 
Shattuck, Spencer & Reichert 

Jardon Mine, dwl E s Adelle Alley nr Jackson 

Jargens John H. porter, rooms SW cor Sansome 
and Pine 

Jarrett 'Mhomas, liquor saloon, 43 Jackson 

Jarvis Thomas, seaman, dwl National House 

Jasper Sampson, captain sloop Sycamore, bds 
Columbia House, Stewart 

Jaudin E. flour and commission merchant, 113 
Front 

Jawrne Jean Maria, carpenter, 19 Kearny 

Jean Pierre, waiter at 120 Washington 

Jeaneau Peter, butcher with Bryan & Blumen- 
thal, dwl 127 Clay 

Jeannin Auguste, shoemaker, SE cor Sansome 
and Halleck 

Jefferis Edward G. compositor Evening Tele- 
gram, dwl 7 Waverley Place 

Jefferson Royal L. (A. C. Bunker & Co.) bds 
with Wm. Taber 

Jeffress John T. sugar-refiner S. F. Sugar Re- 
finery, dwl S s Brown bet Folsom and 
Howard 

Jeffrey Robert H. stevedore, N s Stevenson bet 
Third and Fourth 

Jeffrey W. H. servant Benjamin Holliday 

Jeffreys Patrick, laborer, dwl E s Baldwin Court 
bet Folsom and Howard 

Jeffreys Robert, seaman, bds 146 Mission 

Jeffries Joshua, agent, dwl Bartol Place 

Jefts James M. dwl NE cor Filbert and Leaven- 
worth 

Jefts Stillman S. with J. M. Cushing & Co. dwl 
E s Leavenworth N Filbert 

Jehl Abraham, Jefferson Market, 279 Dupont, 
dwl VV s Broadway bet Dupont and Stock 

Jehu Nathaniel L. policeman, dwl S s Green nr 
Kearny 

Jellings Edward, liquors, NE eor Sansome and 
Halleck, dwl 94 Sacramento 

Jellings James, bds Sansome St. House 

Jenkins Enas, dwl E s Taylor nr Washington 

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Jenkins Ignasius S. merchant, dwl E s Kearny 

bet Green and Union 
Jenkins John, dry goods, 284 Dupont 
Jenkins John (colored) cook, <hvl S s Vallejo nr 

Mason, rear 
Jenkins Lydia Mrs. (widow) with Charles D. 

Carter 
Jenkins Patrick, laborer, dwl S s Sansoine bet ! 

Green and Vallejo 
Jenkins Reuben F. captain schooner Merlin, dwl 

with Ambrose Merritt 
Jenkins Simeon, carpenter, rooms K s Saline PI 
Jenkins Wm. dwl XE cor Vallejo and Dupont 
Jenkins William, waiter Page's Restaurant 
Jenkins William, dwl with Charles D. Carter 
Jenner William A. dwl rear Mission Dolores ' 

Church 
Jenning Edward, rooms 39 Montgomery 
Jennings Charles B. clerk with Fordham & Jen- 
nings, 'ids with P. A. Jennings 
Jennings David, merchant, dwl S s Jackson ur 

Taylor 
Jennings Blisha E. tailor with Wood Brothers, 

dwl cor Green and Stockton 
Jennings J. 0. clerk, dwl 144 Washington 
Jennings (OUoer />'.) A' Brewster {Benjamin) 

importers clothing, 72 Battery, dwl X s Es- 
sex Place nr Essex 
Jennings Robert, driver for John Gardner A Co. 
Jennings Thomas {Fonda, Gray A J.) dwl W s 

Stockton bet Clay and Washington 
Jensen T. Cornelius, cooper, W s Second bet 

Natoma and Howard 
Jenstermacher M. cabinet-maker, dwl W s Du- 

pont bet Geary and O'Farrell 
Jerowski Morris, chess and cloakmaker. dwl 

•247 Clay 
Jessie J. R. carpenter, bds 89 Bush 
Jessup Albert K. hardware and crockery, 75 

Davis, dwl Railroad House 
Jessup Andrew J. foreman with Wm. H. Bovee 

& Co. dwl E s Kearny bet Green and Vallejo 
Jessup W. Henry, carpenter, dwl SE cor Fol- 

som and Brown 
JESSUP RICHARD M. vice-president Califor- 
nia S. X'. Co. office XE cor Front and Jack- 
sun, dwl 21'2 Washington 
Jetterlink Albert, turner with Smith & Freeman 
Jewett Ambrose P. broker, 44 Minna 
Jewett George, dwl NW cor Union and Robbing 

Place 
Jewett Jarvis. carrier Bulletin, dwl N s Minna 

bet Third and Fourth 
Jewett Lucy Mrs. dwl X'E cor Vallejo and Dupont 
Jewett Thomas, clerk. G U. S. Court Building, 

dwl X' s Union bet Kearny and Dupont 
Jewett William S. portrait-painter, 1GG Clay, dwl 

218 Stockton 
Jillard John Mrs. boarding, 19 Jackson 
Jimeno Porririo, salesman with A. Austin & Co. 

dwl 185 California 
Joachin J. C. music-teacher, rooms 232 Sac 
Job Peter, restaurant and ice cream saloon, 

21 1 Washington 
Jobit Francis, billiard saloon, 1G1 Commercial 

dwl Mansion House 
Jobson Charles F. (Ayers & Co.) dwl SE cor 

Commercial and Sansome 



Jobson David, dwl St. Francis Hotel 
Joel Albert M. book-keeper with J. & M. Good- 
man, dwl Green nr Powell 
Joft're Gabriel, teacher Spanish and French, dwl 

Dupont in' Broadway 
Jofl're Javier, dwl S s Broadway bet Kearny and 

Dupont 
Joffirin Joseph. French bootblack, 145 Com 
Johanning Louis, merchant, E s Price bet Fol- 

som and Howard 
Johanning Louis Jr. bds with Louis Johanning 
Johanson Julian, seaman, bds G Sacramento 
John Louis, laborer, dwl W s Virginia nr Pacific 
Johns Edward, with G. W. Bell, 148 California 
Johns G. bds What Cheer lb 
Johns Thomas D. merchant, dwl with Ms. S. J.r 

Adams 
Johns Wm. mis with James H. Hardman 
Julius Wm. M. book-keeper, dwl Bardie Tlace 

nr Kearny 
Johnson Aaron (Cornfield, Pierson & Co.) dwlW 

s Mason bet Bush and Sutter 
Johnson Abraham, liquor saloon, N s Sacra- 
mento bet Drumm and Fast 
Johnson Abraham, fireman Tehama House 
Johnson Afaram, tailor, dwl X s Stevenson bet 

Second and Kcker 
Johnson Albert, watchman with Hobbs, Gilmore 

& Co. bds with G. W. Gilmore 
Johnson Amasa P. photographist with G. H. 

Johnson, dwl 185 Clay 
Johnson Andrew, teamster, dwl E s Leavenworth 

nr California 
Johnson Bridget (widow) dwl E s Mason near 

Green 
Johnson C. Sugar Refinery, cor Harrison and 

Price 
Johnson Charles E. boarding. 280 Stockton 
Johnson Christian, seaman, nns with Alexander 

Wilson 
Johnson Daniel broker, 35 Front, bds California 

Hotel 
Johnson Daniel, molder, Union Foundry 
Johnson David H. Rev. pastor Olive Branch 
Baptist Church. S s Mission bet Second and 
Third, bds with R. Merriman 
Johnson E. shoemaker, bds What Cheer House 
Johnson Ebner, seaman, bds Union House, 

Stewart 
Johnson Ebon, milk-ranch, Ss Presidio Road 

nr Presidio House 
Johnson Edward (col'd) whitewashes 171 Cal 
Johnson Klihu. attoruey-at-law. office with J. B. 

Hart 
Johnson Eliza (widow) dwl E s Central Place 

nr Pine 
Johnson Elizabeth (widow) Scotland N s Filbert 

nr Mason 
Johnson Francis, barkeeper, 54 First 
Johnson Frederick, foreman Oriental Hotel 
Jol nson George, bds Western House. Stewart 
JOHNSON GEORGE C. & CO. ( Geo. W. Gibbs 
■ Robert C. Johnson) importers iron and 
steel, 3G and 38 Bat ery, and Consul of Nor- 
way and Sweden, dwl 19 South Park 
Johnson Geo. H. photographic gallery, 185 Clay 
Johnson George H. laborer, dwl W s Drumm bet 
Clay and Washington 



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Johnson George W. first mate stmp John L 
Stephens, dwl Ea Kir.-i bel Premont and 

Harrison 

Melodeon, nna nw 

oor Kearny and I 
Johnson Sarriel L. Miss, adjuster U. S. B. Mint 
JoilNsoX BENE? (deoeasedj importer drugs, 

146 Washington, dwl 280 Stockton 
Johnson Eenry, teaoherof dancing, NW corner 

clay and Dupont 
Johnson Benry, Bpecial policeman, dwl N s Val- 

lcjo nr Duponl 
Johnson Henry (colored) hand-cartman. dwl 280 

.'lay 
Johnson Henry R. accountant, dwl 189 Kearny 
on Jacob, fruit-dealer, dwl 92 Montgomery 
Johnson Jacob 0. saddle and harness-maker, L30 

Sansome, bds with John M. Johnson 
m James, tinsmith, bds with Win. Douglas 
Johnson James, with Geo. Ramage, dwl with 

Samuel P. Stoddard 
Johnson (James) & Martin ( Alexander) groceries 

and liquors, NW cor First and Tehama 
Johnson James (colored) laborer, dwl NE cor 

Washington and Stone 
JOHNSON JAMES B. hat and bonnet block- 
maker. 56 First 
Johnson Jane Mrs. (colored) dwl 327 Stockton 
Johnson Jane E. Mrs. nurse Protestant Orphan 

A sylum 
Johnson J. C. carpenter, bds Brooks House 
JOHNSON J. C. & CO. {John M. Johnson) im- 
porters harness, saddlery, etc. 130 Sansome, 

dwl S s Washington nr Mason 
Johnson Jefferson, miner, bds with Alexander 

Telbot 
Johnson Jeremiah, fruit, dwl 122 Jackson 
Johnson John, laborer with |R. Merriman, dwl 

Mission bet Second and Third 
Johnson John, peddler, dwl 75 Davis 
Johnson John, cook, dwl E s Vincent bet Green 

and Union 
Johnson John, importer millinery goods, 156 Sac 
Johnson John (colored) cook, dwl N s Yallejo nr 

Mason, rear 
Johnson John M. (J. C. Joh)ison & Co.) dwl S a 

Washington nr Mason 
Johnson John S. dwl S s Union nr Mason 
Johnson Joseph, molder, Union Foundry 
Johnson Joseph M. coal, Oregon nr Batteiy, dwl 

Yerba Buena nr Clay 
Johnson Louisa Mrs. coffee saloon, S s Bush nr 

Montgomery 
Johnson Mary Ann, domestic with H. Dutton 
Johnson N. bds What Cheer House 
Johnson Olivia B. (widow) dwl X s Stevenson 

bet Second and Eeker 
JOnXSON ORRICK. livery and sale stable, 106 

Kearny, dwl 237 Clay 
Johnson Peter, dwl W s Drumm bet Clay and 

Washington 
Johnson Peter, foreman Griffing's Bonded Ware- 
house, dwlSE cor Fourth and Minna 
Johnson Peter, cooper with Cutting & Co. 
Johnson Peter, special policeman, dwl NE cor 

Jackson and Davis 
Johnson Peter, coffee-stand, XW cor Washing- 
ton and East 



Johnson Richard, clerk, dwl with Win. McCoh* 

Johnson Robert (colored) dwl S s Yallejo W 
Dupont 

Johnson Robert, gardener with G. W. Beaver 

Johnson Robert 0. {George 0. Johnson & Co.) 
dwl with George C. John-' 

Johnson II. P. painter, rms SE cor Bush and 
Kearny 

Johnson R. P. attorney-at-law, dwl with Capt. 
;. Barclay 

Johnson s. laborer with George W. Blasdell 

Johnson Samuel, Laborer, dwl E s Brooks bet 
Geary and Market 

Johnson Samuel M. clerk with Walter & Tomp- 
kins, dwl 211 Clay 

Johnson Samuel S. {Charles Clayton & Co.) res 
Santa Clara 

Johnson Sarah Mrs. furnished rooms, 211 Clay 

Johnson {Sidney L.) & Rose {Julius A") attorneys] 
ai-law, 131 Montgomery, dwl Ss Turk nr 
Mason 

Johnson Simeon S. joiner, dwl Anne near 
Mason bet Eddy and Ellis 

Johnson S. M. weigher and measurer, Custom 
House, dwl with James R. Jacobs 

Johnson Smith, merchant, dwl 133 Bush 

Johnson Swantre Gustavus, steward Oriental 
1 Lotel 

Johnson Theopolis, carpenter, dwl N s Sutter nr 
Leavenworth 

JOHNSON THOMAS, Market St. Market, NE 
cor Market and Dupont. dwl Hayes Valley 

JOHXSOX T. RODGERS, manufacturer rega- 
lias and military articles, XE cor Bush and 
Kearny, and Grand .Secretary Grand Lodge 
I. 0. O. F. dwl cor Grove and Yan Ness 
Avenue 

Johnson Wm. (colored) cook, Xelson's Restau- 
rant, 3 and 5 Jackson 

Johnson Wm. waiter, dwl 4 Morse 

Johnson William, What Cheer Market, XW cor 
Third and Bryant, bds with James Wilson 

Johnson Wm. EL newspaper-carrier, dwl XW 
cor Greenwich and Montgomery 

Johnston George Pen, dwl U. S. Court Bdg 

Johnston Henry J. dwl cor Florence and Yallejo 

Johnston {James) &Reay {Alfred W.J plumbers, 
stoves and tinware, 41 Battery, dwl Mission 
near Third 

Johnston Jas. W. daguerreotypist, 166 Kearny, 
dwl Mission nr Price 

JOHNSTON {John) & CO. lumber, SW cor Mar- 
ket and Stewart and pier 18 Stewart, dwl S s 
Silver bet Second and Third 

Johnston John H. grocer, dwl 404 Stockton 

Johnston Margaret Mrs. dwl SW cor Filbert and 
Yarenne 

Johnston Sarah, domestic with Jonathan Kitt- 
redge 

Johnston Thomas J. architect, dwl 207 Stockton 

Johnston Wm. B. [Haven & J.) and Supervisor 9th 
District, dwl with W. F. Babcock 

JOICE ERASTUS Y. notary public. XE corner 
Battery and Wash, dwl 205 Stockton 

Joice John, dwl XW cor Drumm and Clay 

Joice Martin, Sugar Refinery, cor Harrison and 
Price 

Joinct Yictor, machinist, W s Lcid nr Clay 



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Jolibois John, dwl 400 Stockton, rear 
JOLLIFPE WM. H. pilot, office cor Vallejo and 

Davis, dwl S S Union bet Mont and Kearny 
Jolly Richard, baker with Bryan & Blumenthal, 

dwl S s lidwy bet Mont and Kearny 

Jonas Bernhard, peddler, dwl 87 Bush, rear 

Jonas [saac A. watchmaker, 43 Pacific 

Jones Augustus D. (Weed&J.) dwl Tremont 

House 

Jones Caroline, bds with Mrs. J. Frothingharn 

Jones Catherine (widow) lodgings, Fuller near 
Webb 

Jones (Clias. C.)k Rendall {Cornelius) purchas- 
ing and forwarding, 91 Front, dwl with C. 
V. Grey 

Jones Charles F. machinist Pacific Foundry, dwl 
with Gardener Elliot 

JONES C. W. ,v C< ). ( W. If. Stevens) commission 
merchants, 40 Commercial, dwl E s Powell 
bet Bush and Sutter 

Jones David, butcher, 398 Stockton 

JoneS" David, butcher, dwl S s Union bet Powell 
and Mason 

Jones David, clerk, bds What Cheer House 

JONES, (I lucid) WQOLL (John) & SUTHER- 
LAND (Edwin) carvers, gilders and picture 
framers, 182 Mont, dwl 121 Pine 

Jones David P>. lumber merchant, dwl E s Pol- 
lard Place nr Vallejo 

Jones Edward, with James Meloy 

Jones Edward, assayer, dwl E s Powellnr Green 

Jones Edward, atty-at-law, dwl S s Howard bet 
Fourth and Fifth 

Jones Edward, bootmaker, bds Columbia House, 
Stewart 

Jones Edward, real-estate agent, NW cor Mont 
and Mereh. dwl Howard nr Fifth 

JONES, (Elias 11.) TOBIN (21. E.) & CO. (Jas. 
Pvllrnan and Chas. Newton) importers laces, 
hosiery, fancy goods, etc. NE cor Sansome 
and Sacramento, dwl 271 Stockton 

Jones Ellen, domestic with P. Creighton 

Jones Evan, silver-ore smelter, bds Montgomery 

House 

Jones Evan E. porter with Moses Ellis & Co. 

dwl Kearny nr Union 
JOXES FRANKLIN L. house, sign and orna- 
mental painter, Lrcnham Fl, dwl 82 Jack 
Jones Pred'k, mariner, bds with Edw. Anderson 
Jones Fred. W. machinist Miner's Foundry, dwl 

W s Fourth bet Howard and Mission 
Jones G. C. lids Metropolitan Hotel 
Jones George, lumberman, dwl 111 Kearny 
Jones George E. barkeeper Golden Age, dwl N s 

Howard bet First and Second 
Jones Gideon C. (Trudt, J. & Arrington) boards 

Metropolitan 
Jones G. L. laborer, bds with T. Yanstan 
Jones G. W". clerk with C. Morrill, boards What 

Cheer House 
Jones Harrison, saddler and harness-maker, 84 

Kearny, dwl 10-4 Dupont 
Jones 11. C. '"Is What Cheer House 
Jones Henry W, lamps, 23 Second 
Jones J. dwl S s Jackson nr Powell 
Jones James, porter with C. Adolph Low & Co. 

dwl S s Riley bet Taylor and Jones 
JONES JAMES T. wine sample rooms, 132 Cal 



Jones J. H. (Hazeltine cfc J.) dwl Virginia Block 
Jones John, shoemaker, NW COT Sansome and 
Pacific, dwl Vallejo Del Mont and Sansome 

Jones John (colored) steward steamer I 

dwl S s Greenwich bet Taylor and Jones 
Jones John, boarding, 143 Mission 
John, rooms lis Montgomery 
Jones John C. book-keeper, dwl 15] Bush 
Jones John C. waiter, dwl N s Bdwy nr Davis 
Jones John R. blacksmith with Thos. Godkin 

Jones Joseph, bricklayer, dwl Ss Greenwich bet 

Taylor and Jones 
Jones Joseph A. clerk with C. Morrill, dwl S s 

Pine nr Montgomery 
Jones Joseph R. brick-mason, Fort Point 
Jones Joshua L. SE cor Davis and "Washington 
Jones M. clerk, bds What Cheer House 
Jones Mark, packer with Deeth & Starr, boards 

Staten Island House 
Jones Martha (widow) furnished rooms, Stockton 

bet Wash and Jack, and 1.3-1 California 
Jones Mary, bds with Mrs. J. Frothingharn 
Jones M. 0. (Randell &J.) bds 185 California 
Jones Patrick, ship-carpenter, dwl with Mrs. 

Catherine Jones 
Jones Peter, calker, dwl W s Main bet Folsom 

and Harrison 
Jones R. physician, dwl SE cor Pacific and Stock 
Jones R. J. ship-dealer, bds Revere House 
Jones Samuel D. clerk with A. Kohler, dwl 110 

Sansome 
Jones Samuel D. shoe and leather, dwl S s Sac 

bet Powell and Stockton 
Jones Samuel W. ship-carpenter, 62 and 64 Pac 
JONES [Simon L.) ct BENDIXEN (Geo. L. J.), 

(and Win. L. Iiundell) auctioneers and coni-- 

missiou merchants, 01 anil 63 California, dwl 

E s Fremont bet Folsom and Harrison 
Jones Thomas, carpenter, dwl N s California bet 

Powell and Mason 
Jones (Thomas A.) & Co. (7. J. K. Mayer) patent 

leather and harness-manufactory, S s Bean- 
nan bet Simmons and Fifth 
Jones Thomas W. laborer, dwl W s Virginia 

nr Jackson 
Jones Win. Carey, atty-at-law. 53 Montgomery 

Block, dwl St. Francis Hotel 
Jones W. E. bds Benton House 
Jones Wm. E. printer, dwl with James Landers 
Jones Wm. H. tinsmith, SW corner Folsom and 

Third 
Jones W. M. entrance and clearing clerk Custom 

House, dwl with A. P. Crittenden 
Jones Wm. S. butcher, dwl 8 Brenham Place 
Jonston James, Half Moon Bay, dwl St. Francis 

Hotel 
Joost Fabius (Joost Bros.) dwl SW cor Third and 

Howard 
Joost Brothers (Tonjes and Fabius) grocers, SW 

cor Third and Howard 
Joost Hermann, book-keeper with Henry Holje 
Jordan A. P. (Davis & J.) residence Santa Cruz 
Jordan Augnste, jeweler with P. L. Mathez, dwl 

14 Vallejo 
Jordan Catharine Mrs. bakery, NE cor Trinity 

and Sutter 
Jordan Charles G. carpenter, dwl NE cor Trinity 

and Sutter 



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Jordan Dennis, builder, dwl X* St. Murks Tlaco, 

bet Duponl and Stockton 
Jordan Grace Mrs. (widow) <lwl X s Mission or 

Third 
Jordan James, barber with CipricoA Bwald, dwl 

with Mrs. F. T. Borner 
Jordan John, oooper, dwl with T. 0. Leonard 
Jordan John, watchmaker with M. Jordan, dwl 

161 Montgomery 
Jordan Judith (widow) dwl W s Stockton near 

Lombard 

Jordan Morris, watchmaker and jeweler, 165 

Mont, dwl 177 Washington 
.Ionian Nelson, teamster, bds Brooks House 
Jordan Rudolf («7! Frank ft c<>.) dwl Second op 

South Park 

Jordan Thomas L. cooper with P. Molloy, dwl 

!•'. s Fourth near Harrison 
Jordan Wm. B. baker, dwl S s Clementina bet 

Pirsl and Second 
Jordan Wm. S. dwl S s Puss' Court 
Jordes Caroline Mrs. dressmaker, 189 Pacific 
Jordon John, cooper Sugar Refinery, cor Harri- 
son and Price 
Jorgensen Jacob E. stoves, tinware and plumb- 
ing, .")7 Montgomery 
Jorres George, carpenter, rear Manure's Opera 

Souse, dwl X s St. Charles nr Kearny 
Jorres H. carpenter, dwl S s Union nr Powell 
Jorres "Wm. builder, dwl E s Stock nr Lombard 
Joseph Alfred H. clerk with Casebolt & Co. dwl 

Kearny near Union 
Joseph P. A. Mrs. dwl W s Kearny nr Filbert 
Joseph Gutierr, cigar-maker, dwl S s Jackson nr 

Washington 
Joseph Isaac, merchant, dwl with J. Bornstein 
Joseph J. B. J. {Joseph Bros.) dwl 149 Mont 
Joseph Brothers {Lionel B. and J. B. J.) impor's 

watches, diamonds, jewelry, etc. 149 Mont 
Joseph Michael J. {Inslee & J.) dwl 86 Mont 
Joseph Peter (colored) steward, bds with Wm. 

Roper 
Joseph Robert, broker, dwl W s Mason nr Jack 
Joseph Samuel, dwl S s Berry nr Dupont 
Joseph Sarah N. (widow) private school, 163 

Mission 
JOSEPH! ISAAC S. imp watches, jewelry, etc. 

177 Washington, dwl 273A Powell 
Josephi Robert (Baldwin ft J.) dwl Mason nr Jack 
Josselyn G. M. ft Co. (Geo. 0. FairchUd) ship- 
chandler. X s Market op Stewart, dwl N s 
Folsom bet First and Second 
Josselvn Harriet Mrs. bds with Chester J. Snow 
JOSSELYN JOSEPH H. physician Electropathie 

Institute. 179 Washington 
Jotrossinske Utro (RosenLaum & Co.) dwl 268 

Dupont 
Joun T. G. elk with A. Kohler, bds Niantic Hotel 
Jourdain Leon. 22 Cantons Restaurant, 168 Cal 
Jourden Win. B. (Ifowklt k Co.) dwl Clementina 

bet First and Second 
Joux Caroline (widow) dwl Polk Lane 
Joy Hartford, laborer, dwl W s Taylor bet Union 

and Green 
Joy Robert B. dwl E s Powell near Pacific 
Joy Win. H. cook at Franklin House 
Joyce Joseph, sailmaker, dwl N s Pacific near 
Kearny 



tfarton, dwl 8 b Mission !»•! Price and 

Harris 

Joyce Michael, laborer, dwl s e Ellis nr Leaven- 
worth 

Juanson August, baker at lis Montgomery 

Judah {Benjamin W.) A Sidney {Paul) hair- 
dressers, NBoor Hush and Montgomery, dwl 
s s Greenwich bet Duponl and Stockton 

Judd B. ' >. compositor with F. Eastman, dwl 8 a 

Union bet Mont and Calhoun 
Judd William, ship-carpenter, bds Brooks 

Judde August, Beaman, lids with Geo. Rochei) 
Judevine Albert, broom-maker with C W. & G. 

W. Amies, lids What Cheer t£oU86 
Judson ('has. 0. with S. F. Chemical Works, dwl 

with .las. Judson 
JUD80N EGBERT (S. F. Chemical Worki GV) 

and member Board Education, office 64 

Front, dwl First Avenue or Center 
Judson .lames, dwl First Avenue nr Sparks 

Jugar Cornelius, blacksmith, bds Seymour Souse 

Jugnet Antone, saddler. 56 Kearny 

.Julien P. compositor Echo du Pacifique, dwl cor 

Sansome and Brooklyn 
Julier T. saloon. 233 Jackson 
Julitz Hermann, Gambrinus Saloon, 2 17 Dupont 
Jullion John B. blacksmith, 111 Kearny 
Jump Wm. cook Columbia Hotel 
Jungcurt Theodore, druggist, 323 Dupant 
Junge John C. blacksmith shuttermaker, N 

s Jackson bet Kearny and Montgomery, dwl 

F s Powell bet Pine and Bush 
Jungennan J. L. (Adolphus & J.) druggist, dwl 

96 Bush 
Jurgens Henry {Nolle & Co.) bds with K. X'olte 
Jury John, polisher with 1'. A. Giannini, dwl 174 

' Clay 
Just Pierre, shoemaker with J. B. Bertrand, 79 

Washington 
Justh E. assayer with Duncan, Sherman & Co. 

and Alsop & Co. 
Justh Johu, bds Western House, Stewart 



IS. 

Kaemxp, Charles, laborer, dwl SE cor nyde and 

Geary 
Kaeding C. V. B. (Liddk k K.) 112 Wash 
Kaelitz l T . Mrs. (widow) music-teacher, Ss Mar- 
ket bet Third and Fourth 
Kafka Johu, physician, SW cor Pine and Kearny 
Kafka Joseph, liquors. S s Sutter bet Dupont and 

Kearny 
Kafka Leopold T. carriage-trimmer, 84 Kearny, 

dwl SW cor Pine and Kearny 
Kagan John, hostler, bds 34 Webb 
Kagle Francis A. tailor, W s First bet Xatoma 

and Minna 
Kahl Clans, barkeeper S. F. Club Rooms, 138 

Kearny 
Kahleberg Theodore, brass-smith, bds William 

Tell House 
KAHMAX JOHN G. grocer, NW cor Kearny 

and Post, dwl E s Dupont bet Broadway 

and Vallejo 
Kahn Abraham, butcher with Joseph A. Mayer, 

dwl SW cor Kearny and Broadway 



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Kahn .Van hi. dwl 300 Dupont 

Kahn Solomon, cigar-maker with !•",. Goslinski, 

dwl l lo Sacramento 
KaiiidliT Gustave, ( V&rditrk A'.) dwl 241 Stock 
Kairns James, cook Alden'a Restaurant 
Kaiser Lewis, butcher, dwl cor Brannan and 

Johnston 
Kaiser Lueieii, clerk with John H. Bosworth & 

Co. dwl X s Wash bet Kearny and Dupont 
Kalday Edward, laborer, dwl X a Sac cor Tay 
Kaley George, gardener with A. J. Gambill 
Kaliseli Simon, cap-maker, dwl S s Stevenson bet 

Kcker and Second 
Kalisb Arnold, cigars, What Cheer House, dwl 

California near Sansome 
Kalish Robert S. waterman, dwl S a Jessie bet 

First and lacker 
Kalisher .J, cutler with G. Rosenberg 
Kalkhoff Joseph, dance cellar, Jackson corner 

Stout's Alley 
Kallahan Michael, hand-cart, NE cor Sacramento 

and Davis 
Kails! ram Hermann, boatman, dwl N a St. 

Charles near Kearny 
Kalkhoff Augustus, porter with Stanford Bros. 

dwl SE cor Folsom and Ritch 
Kalniuk M. cigar-maker with Shaeffer & Sutliff 
Kamps "William (Tmmuden & Co.) dwl NE cor 

Davis and California 
Kamsler (J<.ick) & Langer {Leon) goldsmiths, 194 

Pacific 
Kana Patrick, boiler-maker, dwl S s Everett bet 

Third and Fourth 
Kauary David (Hopps & K.) dwl "W s Second 

bet Natoma and Howard 

John, dwl X s .St. Marks Place nr Kear 
Kanary Martin, butcher, dwl W a Second bet 

Natoma and Howard 
Kane I leorge C. cook with Marshal C. Brydges 
KaiK Hugh, laborer, bds What Cheer Hotel 
Kane . Faines. teamster. Ms with J. McDevitt 
Kane John, bds Benton Hou8e 
Kane John, laborer, dwl S s Jessie bet First and 

Ecker 
Kane John 0. shoes, bds Brooks House 
Kane Julia (widow) dwl with John Kane 
Kane Lawrence H. waiter with Brj'an & Blum- 

enthal, dwl 127 Clay 
Kane Mary Mrs. dwl SW cor Front and Pacific 
Kane Michael, United States Appraiser, office 

SW corner Battery and Jackson, dwl W s 

Kearny near Green 
Kane Michael, ranchcro, Mountain Lake 
Kane Michael F. dwl SB cor Auburn and Pacific 
Kane P. boiler-maker Union Foundry 
Kane Patrick, laborer, dwl 55 Xatoma 
Kane Patrick, boiler-maker with George W. 

Coffee, dwlS s Everett bet Third and Fourth 
Kane P. P. watchman U. S. Branch Mint, dwl 

with Michael Kane 
Kane Thomas, hackman, dwl Michem Place bet 

Tost and deary 
Kanitz Morii/,, cigars, 154 Montgomery, dwl 102 

Merchant 
Kaniiey Henry, laborer, dwl S s O'Farrell near 

Mason 
Kanzclmeier Frederick, bootmaker with J. B. F. 

Davis, bds Lutgen's Hotel 



Kaplan Jacob, watchmaker and jeweler. 122 

Sacramento, dwl s s Jessie near Second 
Kaplan (Levi) & Co. (Nathan Bernstein) jewelers 

and watchmakers, W s Third near Howard 
Kaplan Louis D. clerk with S. Frederick' & Pro. 

bds American Exchange 
Kaplan Newman, cigars, Tehama House, dwl Ss 

Jessie bet Second and Third 
Kapp Joseph, operator withT. S. Baugh, 131 Clay 

Karatans Marcus. ( k Bank Exchange 

Karl Kilian, Golden Eagle Hotel. 69 Kearny 
Karran Patrick, S. F. Sugar Refinery, dwl S s 

Hinckley bet Kearny and Dupont 
Karrick J. M. waterman, bds Revere House 
Karsch John D. clerk with C. & A. J. Langley, 

dwl N a Silver bet Second and Third 
Karsbaw Henry, laborer, dwl cor Vallejo and 

Jones 
KarstenF. A. clerk, bds with Henry Plegc 
Karstens Henry ( Whitkiud & K.) dwl N s Pacific 

bet Kearny and Dupont 
Karler Jacob, baker with G. Middlehoff 
Kaskal Adolph, hatter with M. Kaskal, dwl 151 

Commercial 
Kaskal Morris, hats and caps, 151 Commercial 
Kaskcl Joseph, cigars, :)9 Pacific 
Kaaky Esador, clothing, 185 Pacific 
Kasson Chester S. reporter Eveuing Telegram 
KAST FRANCIS X. agent A. Seibeiiich, boots 

and shoes, 75 and 77 California 
Kast Lewis, clerk with F. X. Kast, bds What 

Cheer House 
KASTAN HENRY, hides and wool, 65 Cali- 
fornia, dwl S s Union near Mason 
Kate Caroline Miss, dressmaker, dwl S a Broad- 
way near Mason 
Katenkamp Christian, cigars, 142 Battery 
Kather William, cigars and tobacco, 197 Pacific 
KatskJ Morris, capmaker with W. Fletcher, dwl 

165 Pacific 
Katz Abram, shoemaker, S s Bdwy nr Stockton 
Kate Alex, miller Pioneer Flour Mills, Market 
Katz Frederick, butcher, 201 Jackson 
Katz Raphael, with Leopold Hirsch, 216 Dupont 
Kauce Francis (Cammel tfc A'.) dwl S s Union nr 

Kearny 
Kaufmann Constantino, pianoforte-maker with 

J. Zech, bds Washington House „ 

Kaufmann Henry, musician, dwl E s Powell nr 

Green, rear 
Kaufmann Jonas, salesman with Hecht Brothers 

& Co. dwl St. Nicholas Hotel 
Kans W. F. commission merchant, dwl 182 Cal 
Kautz G. W. workman with J. G. Clark & Co. 
Kavanagh George, Pioneer Bakery, SW corner 

( ioary and Dupont 
Kavanagh Jeremiah, machinist with T. Ogg 

Shaw, dwl XW coiner Hyde and Pacific 
Kavanagh Patrick, with James Smart 
Keach William, milkman with Pardon A. Cook 
Kean Andra, dwl W s Brandon Place nr Wash 
Kean Bridget Mrs. boarding, 10 Sansome 
Kean James, painter, dwl 10 Sansome 
Kean Jeremiah, ranchcro, bds Washington House 
Kean John, printer, bds 10 Sansome 
Kean John, porter with Castle & Freeborn, dwl 

S s Geary near Taylor 
Kean William, foreman Skelly & Co's stables 



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Keane George, builder, dwl 228 Dupont 
Keane John, builder, dwl 22* Duponl 

Michael, carpenter, dwl N b Chestnut nr 
Dupi 
Keane Stephen, hatter, 153 Sansome 
Kearney Alfred, compositor Bulletin, dwl X a 
Union near Kearny 

\ Ann B. Mrs. ladies hair-dressing, SE 
Qd and Xatoma 

Kearney Daniel, dwl SW cor Geary and Duponl 
Kearney das. workman with Jas. Began, dwl 

rear Maguire's Opera House 
Kearney Jas. dwl BE eor Second and Xatoma 
Kearney Jas. tailor, dwl BE eor Harrison and 

Chelsea 

v Jas. M. plasterer, dwl S s Mission bet 

Second and Third 
Kearney John, carpenter, dwl NW cor Battery 

and Jackson 
Kearney John, laborer, bds with TT. E. Perry 
Kearney Mathew, printer, bds with P. J. Thomas 
Kearney Thos. driver with A. M. Ebbets. dwl S s 

Folsom bet Third and Fourth 
Kearney "Win. dwl Ns Mission bet Simmons and 

Fifth 
Kearns B. laborer. S. F. Gas Co. 
Kearns Frank, plumber at 171 Montgomery 
Kearns Michael, laborer, dwl W s Varenne nr 

I r nion 
Keating Dennis, plasterer, dwl SE cor Sutter and 

Powell 
Keating Edward, laborer Bensley Water Works 
Keating Michael, bar-keeper Court ExchangeSa- 

loon, rear City Hall 
Keating Patrick, groceries and liquors, S s Stev- 
enson bet Ecker and Second 
Keating Patrick, laborer Pacific Foundry, dwl X 

s Mission bet Second and Third 
Kedou Martin, soap and candles. 81 k Davis, dwl 

W s Bitch bet Brannan and Bryant 
Kee Chong (Chinese) washing, Oregon nr Davis 
Keet'e Bridget, domestic with Stewart Lum 
Keefe Ellen, domestic with S. Vancel 
Keet'e John. Eureka Brewery, dwl 94 Montgom- 
ery Block 
Keefe Mary (widow) dwl X s Jessie bet Second 

and Third 
Keefe Michael, Oriental Hotel, dwl Bagley Place 
Keefe Timothy, laborer, dwl W s Mason nr 

Union 
Keefe Timothy J. laborer Fort Point 
Keefe TVm. bds What Cheer House 
Keegan Barnard, drayman H. Bruns & Co. 28 

Clay, dwl S s Sutter bet Stockton and 

Powell 
Keegan John, hostler with F. McKenna 
Keeler H. D. physician, 87 Commercial 
Keeler Solomon M. storekeeper Golden Gate, dwl 

S s Minna bet Jane and Second 
Keeley Daniel. Union House, 12 First 
Keely F. P. bds What Cheer House 
Keely J. bricklayer, bds Benton House 
Keely Jas. cooper, dwl S s Filbert bet Mont and 

Sansome 
Keely John, laborer, dwl XWeor Drumm and Clay 
Keenan Bernard, gas-fitter S. F. Gas Co. 
Keenan Bridget Mrs. cook with Miss Maggie 

Griffin 



Keenan Charles, carpenter, dwl August Alley 

Keenan J. st< itie-masoll Fort Point 

Keeney Chas, c. Burgeon, 1'. s. A., dwl X sFol- 

BOm bet First and Second 
Keeney ('has. F. surgeon, U. S. A., post, Pre- 
sidio 
Keesing Basnet, speculator, dwl NW cor Bush 

and Dupont 
Kegan Michael, laborer, dwl TV s Clara 
Kehoe Henry, contractor, dwl XF cor Clara and 

Fourth 

John, metal-roofer. 101 Pine. dwl!4Green 
Kehoe Patrick, laborer, dwl E s Fremont bet 

Mission and Howard, rear 
Kehoe Thos. laundry. E s Taylor nr Geary 
Kehrlein Valentine, painter, dwl SW cor Post 

and Powell 
Keifer Samuel M. mailing clerk P. 0., dwl S s 

John nr Mason 
Keiger C. bds New England House 
Keightly Mary Mrs. dressmaker, dwl N s Green 

nr Stockton 
Keil David, tinsmith, dwl 51 Montgomery 
Keilty Kate, domestic with Edward Oreen 
Keip George marble-worker, bds Clinton Temp. 

House 
Keiser Hannah, domestic with S. Shonawasser 
Keison Jas. dyer. X s Market nr Eddy 
Keith Elbridge G. carpenter, dwl Zoe Place nr 

Folsom 
Keith Harrison, drayman, dwl 64 Kearny 
Keith John H. carpenter, dwl 3 Central Place 
Keith Samuel, machinist Vulcan Foundry 
Keith Samuel D. machinist, dwl 159 Mission 
KEITH TVM. H. <fc CO. chemists and apothe- 
caries, 137 Montgomery, dwl 272 Powell 
Keleher D. laborer Bensley TVater Works 
Keleher John, laborer, dwl NE cor Battery and 

Chambers 
KELEHER MICHAEL J. boarding, S s Broad- 

wav nr Montgomery 
Kellar Josiah ( W. C. Talbot & Co.) res Puget 

Sound 
Kellar Michael, machinist Vulcan Foundry 
Keller Frederick, market, 153 Pacific 
Keller Jacob, blacksmith and carriage-maker, E 

s Kearnv bet Sutter and Post 
Keller, Levi, "clothier, dwl 1G6 Bush 
Keller Louis, clerk with A. Rosenthal], dwl S 8 

Bush bet Dupont and Stockton 
Keller Mary (widow) dwl Cadell Place nr Union 
Keller Michael, Fulton Foundry, dwl S s Vallejo 

bet Dupont and Kearny 
Kellett Catherine, domestic with J. R. Whitney 
Kellett Chas. Wood SE cor Trinity and Pine, dwl 

Sherwood Place 
Kellett TVm. plasterer, S s Clementina bet First 

and Second 
Kelley Chas. milk-ranch, S s Presidio Road nr 

Distillery 
Kelley Chas. clerk, 186 Kearny 
Kelley Edward, liquor saloon, 139 Kearny 
Kelley George, vegetables, dwl Montgomery cor 

Greenwich 
Kelley Jas. porter Empire Warehouse, dwl Mis- 
sion bet Second and Third 
Kellev Jas. waiter with Bryan & Blumenthal, dwl 

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Kelley Joseph, ranchero, dwl S s Washington 

cor Hyde 
Kelley Joseph R. dwl SE cor Washington and 

Byde 
Kelley Malachi, laborer, dwl Bartol Place 
Kelley Mary (widow) liquors, 186 Eearny 
Kelley Mono, hackman wirh Baldwin & Thomas, 

dwl X s Pacific bet Montgomery and San 
Kelley Patrick, at Fort Point, dwl S s Grand cor 

EJolk 
Kellircp E. (colored) bds with Mrs. M. Brooks 
Kellis W. F. carpenter, 212 Montgomery 
Kellner Augustus Rev. pastor German Metho- 
dist Epi8COpal churches, Broadway and Mis- 
sion streets, dwl X s Broadway nr Stockton 
Kellner Simon, tailor, NW cor Jack ami Davis 
Kellogg Abraham F. laborer Fort Point, dwl 1'] s 

Lark in nr Sacramento 
Kellogg Albert, stereotyper, 1">7 Jackson 
Kellogg A. S. Mrs. nurse, 153 Bush 
Kellogg Calvin W. (Fa \ ds U Minna 

Kellogg Charles A. merchant, dwl E s Third nr 

Howard 
j • Charles W. clerk with Flint, Peabody & 

Co. dwl K s Essex bet Folsom and Harrison 
Kellogg C. L. & Co. (Chas. G. Smith) seeds and 

agricultural tools, 111 Sausome, dwl 215 

Stockton 
Kellogg Francis P. salesman with F. A. Foster, 

dwl 218 Powell 
Kellogg Geo. H. (Flint, Peabody & Co.) dwl SE 

cor Essex and Laurel Place 
Kellogg Geo. W. hotel-keeper, dwl S s Market 

bet Spear and Stewart 
Kellogg James, secretary and book-keeper S. F. 

Sugar Refinery, 59 and Gl Sansome, dwl 

SW corBrannan and Third 
Kellogg James, with Kellogg, Hewston & Co. 

dwl 108 Montgomery 

a; J. 11. 1st Lieut. Revenue Cutter TV. L. 

Marcy, office Custom House 
KELLOGG, (John G.) HEWSTON (John Jr.) 

& CO. (J. H. Stearns) assayers. 108 Mont 
Kells W. F. carpenter and builder, SE corner 

Montgomery and Pacific 
Kellum Wm. C. dentist. 185 Clay 
Kelly Alex, seaman, lids 1-13 Mission 
Kelly Ambrose, dwl 12.") Pine 
Kelly Archibald, wood-sawyer, dwl 66 Third 
Kelly Arthur, lather, dwl X s Jessie bet First 

and Anthony 
Kelly Bernard, drayman with Delafont <fe Co. dwl 

S s Greenwich bet Taylor and Mason 
Kelly Bernard, clerk with Kelly & McGowan, 

dwl X s Jessie nr Anthony 
Kelly Catherine Miss, domestic with Clinton 

Palmer 
Kelly Catherine Mrs. dwl NE cor Tallejo and 

Dupont 
Kelly Charles, dwl 125 Pine 
Kelly Delia Mrs. laundress TJ. S. M. Hospital 
Kelly Edward A. door-keeper U. S. Branch Mint, 

dwl 1-1-i Washington 
Kelly Edward B. stevedore, dwl W s Third bet 

Folsom and Harrison 
Kelly Elizabeth Mrs. boarding, 33 Webb 
Kelly Ellen (widow) dwl X" s Howard bet Second 

'and Third 



Kelly Emeline Mrs. Steamboat Exchange, Ss 

Pacific nr Drmnm 
KELLY EUGENE & CO. (Daniei T. Murphy, 

Joseph A. Donohoe, Adam Grant and Thos. 
.> ) importers and jobbers dry goods, 

NW cor San and Sac. ivs New York 
Kelly Frank, haekinan. dwl Es Powell nr Sutter 
Kelly Geo. dwl 125 Pine 
Kelly Geo. fireman S. F. Gas Co. bds withDan'l 

Quigley 
Kelly (//. ) & Gerwes (J.) groceries, SW cor Du- 
pont and Jackson, dwl Ss Green bet Dupont 

and Jackson 
Kelly Henry, NW cor Pacific and Front 
Kelly Henry A. barber, 196 Kearny 
Kelly J. steward St. Mary's Hospital, E s Stock 

bet Broadway and Vallejo 
Kelly J. teamster with Geo. W. Blasdell 
Kelly James, carpenter, dwlN s Union between 

Mason and Taylor 
Kelly James, cooper Bay City Brewery 
Kelly James, cooper Sugar Refinery, cor Harri- 
son and Price 
Kelly James, porter with B. G. Latimer, dwl 

Sansome nr Green 
Kelly Jas. laborer, dwl N s Green bet Sansome 

and Montgomery 
Kelly James, laborer, dwl Bush St. House 
Kelly James. Mechanics' Exchange Saloon, 106 

'Kearny, dwl 33 Webb 
Kelly James, steward, dwl X s Filbert between 

Kearny and Dupont 
Kelly James M. carpenter, dwl 121 Pine 
Kelly James S. seaman, bds Vernon House 
Kelly Jas. R, painter, dwl SW cor Ritch and Clary 
Kelly John, dwl XE cor Powell and Sacramento 
Kelly John, dwl X s Yallcjo nr Mason, rear 
Kelly John, blacksmith with English & Lathrop, 

bds Empire Restaurant 
Kelly John, brick-maker, corner Broadway and 

Leavenworth 
Kelly John, butcher with Patrick Kelly, Potrero 
Kelly John, carpenter, dwl E s Taylor bet Geary 

and Post 
Kelly John, laborer, dwl 136 Mission 
Kelly John, laborer, dwl N s Lick Alley bet 

First and Ecker 
Kelly John, laborer, dwl S s Post nr Taylor 
Kelly John, liquor saloon, W s Davis nr Vallejo, 

dwl S s Broadway Viet Sansome and Mont 
Kelly John, usher Maguire's Opera House, bds 

with Patrick McGowan 
Kelly John, morocco-dresser with Wm. Field 
Kelly John, painter, dwl corner Boston Place 

and First 
Kelly John, swill-dealer, Potrero, SE Brannan 

Street Bridge 
Kelly John Jr. proprietor Brooklyn Hotel, S s 

Broadway nr Sansome 
Kelly John C. H. bds Rummer St. House 
Kelly John H. dwl Hyde bet Pacific and Bdwy 
Kelly John II. with Michael H. Kelly 
Kelly John J. printer with Towne & Bacon, dwl 

216 Sacramento 
Kellv John J. Xcw York Department Wells, 

'Fargo & Co. dwl US California 
Kelly John W. messenger C S. Surveyor's Office, 

Custom House 



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Kelly Joseph, porter, 186 Washing 
Kelly Joseph, bda Niantic Hotel 

Joseph, porter with It. A. Swain 
Kelly Joseph P. porter, dwl X > Mission bet 

Annie and Second 
Kelly (•/. R.) A Wade (John C.) paints .-mil oils, 

28 California, dw] cor Pitch and Clary 
Kelly Julia Miss, dressmaker, dwl W s Dupont 

bel Baoramento and California 
Kelly .1". Wills, printer Commercial Office, dwl 64 

Bansbme 
Kelly Laurence, laborer, dwl W s Stock nr Pine 
Kelly M. express wagon, lids Benton Boose 
Kelly Manns, clerk with M. D. Sweeny, bds 

with M. D. Sweeny 
Kelly Martin, laborer, dwl X s Sutter bet Mont 

and Sansome 

Kelly Mary, dwl Plaza Hotel 

Kelly Mary, bds with Jno. McDonough 

Kelly {Mary Mrs.) & McGowan (Bridget Mrs.) 

tallies and fruit, 2:: and 24 Washington 

Market, dwl N B Jessie in' Anthony 

Kelly Michael, machinist Union Foundry, dwl 
Winthrop House, Mission 

Kelly Wm. hostler with Win. M. White 
Kelly Michael, laborer with Jas. O'Donnell 
Kelly Michael, sexton St. Francis' Church, dwl 

W s Dupont nr Union 
Kelly Michael (I. teacher St. Francis' M. School. 

dwl s s t Ireen nr Dupont 
Kelly Michael II. Liquors, SEcor Front and Com 
Kelly Owen, hostler. Skelly & Co. dwl Trinity 

be! Pine and Hush 
Kelly Patrick, dwl witli J. Callaghan, Pacific cor 

Cough 
Kelly Patrick, hog-ranch, dwl N s Market bet 

Jones and Taylor 
Kelly Patrick-, hog-ranch, Potrero, SE Brannan 

St bridge 
Kelly (Patrick) £ Quigley (Michael) plasterers, 

133 California 
Kelly Patrick, laborer Fort Point, dwl S s Post 

bet Mason and Powell 
Kelly Patrick, laborer, dwl N s Oregon bet Front 

and Davis 
Kelly Patrick, laborer, dwl X s Jessie Let Second 

and Third 
Keliy Patrick, porter with B. G. Latimer, dwl 

Sansome nr Green 
Kelly Patrick, real estate, 09 Front, dwl XE cor 

Pacific and i lough 
Kelly Richard, tailor, 79 Merchant, dwl corVal- 

lejo and Sansome 
Kelly Sarah Mrs. groceries, E s Sansome bet Val- 

lejo and Green 
Kelly Simon, livery stable, 125 Pine 
Kelly Thos. barkeeper with Mrs. C. O'Brien, dwl 

N W cor Davis and Commercial 
Kelly Thomas, cigars, W s Davis nr Broadway 
Kelly Thomas, drayman, dwl S 8 Natoma bet 

Jane and Third 
Kelly Thomas, laborer, bds with Michael Lynch 
Kelly Thomas, painter, bds Branch Hotel 
Kelly Thomas, with E. 0. Brown, dwl 35 Batty 
Kelly Wm. seaman, dwl E s Main bet Felsom 

and Harrison 
Kelly Wm. stair-builder, dwl W s Tay bet Clay 

and Sacramento 



Kelly Wm. tailor, 368 Stockton 

Kelly Wm. P. saloon, Ea Battery or Chambers 

Kelly Wm. II. teamster, dwl ','• b Fifth c >r St \- 

onson 
Kelly /.< ii". ko< per Montgomery Block, dwl 101 

Montgomery Block 

'■'.. llervey. w I, dwl N s Bush nr Larkin 

Keli John M. clerk with Kohler & Pro. dwl 108 

Sansome 
Kem .las. bds What Cheer lb 

Kem Joseph, painter, dwl S .- Stevenson bet 

Third and Fourth 

Kemball Jas. fireman, dwl W s St. Mary 

Kembail M. Mrs. dressmaker, dwl 13 St Mary 
Kemman John, dwl SW cor Pine and Kearny 
Kemmek Adolph, varniaher, dwl Rassette Place 

nr Sutter 
Kennorson Wm. engineer, dwl cor Chestnut and 

Montgomery 

Kemp C. M. (colored) ship-smith with W. S. 
Phelps & Co. dwl 17 Drumm 

Hannah, domestic with A. S. Kdwards 

John, dwl S s I nion bet Battery and 

Sansome 
Kempnar Philip, furniture, O'Donnell's Block, E 8 

Dupont nr ( iron 
Kempton Samuel, mariner, dwl X s Greenwich 

nr Dupont 
Kenard D. 11. property-man, dwl S s Clay op 

Brenham Place 
Kenard T. W. 'drayman with J. Frank & Co. dwl 

SE cor Mission and Mary 
Kendall Cyrus, carpenter, 07 Washington, dwl 

Brooks' House 
Kendall Jas. musician, dwl 157 Bush 
Kendall Jerome, carpenter, dwl Valparaiso nr 

Jones 
Kendall John, barkeeper, XW cor Broadway and 

Davis 
Kendall Joseph, bds with Wm. F. Hcrrick 
Kendall Ri il lert W. steward Brooks' House, 16 

Sansome 
Kendall Thos. with A. W. Cudworth & Co. dwl 

N s Union bel Hyde and Larkin 
Kendcll Tims. Jr. with A. W. Cudworth ft Co. 

dwl Presidio Boad bet Hyde and Larkin 
Kendrick Daniel, bds with Willard M. Smith 
Keneman George, musician, bds with F. Pappe 
Kenicker A. bird-tamer, bds What Cheer House 
Kenitzer Henry (Clark & K.) dwl X s Green- 
wich nr Dupont 
Kenkel Chas. steward with J. F. Quinn 
Kenna Joseph M. clerk with Joseph Boston, dwl 

X s Pacific nr Battery 
Kenna William bartender, dwl E s Mason nr 

OTarrell 
Kennavan J. painter, dwl E s Powell nr Green 
Kennedy Bartholemew, blacksmith. 25 Battery, 

dwl X s Minna bet Fourth and Fifth 
Kennedy Bernard, carpenter, bds ^0 Bush 
Kennedy Bryan, laborer Fort Point 
Kennedy Bryan, clerk with Simon Bros, bds Re- 
vere House. Pine 
Kennedy Burnett, carpenter, dwl S s Ellis neat- 
Mason 
Kennedy Catherine, ironer City Laundry 
Kennedy Dennis, fireman, dwl X s Sacramento 
bet Driiiuiii and East 



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Kennedy (Edward) A Hopkins (T. II.) Eureka 
Hills, North Beach, and Genessee Mills, 
Gold in- Sansome 
KENNEDY {Edward C.) k BELL<J<>An)parpct 
warehouse, SW cor Moutgomery and Cali- 
fornia, dwl 4 1 Kearny 
Kennedy Eliza Mrs. dwl N a Olay bet Mason and 

Powell 
Kennedy Ellen Miss, bds with Jas. Lawless 
Kennedy Francis, hoarding, dwl X s Broadway 

nr Montgomery 
Kennedy Frank, with Frank Wheeler, dwl 3,1 

Battery 
Kennedy Hugh, blacksmith) with D. L. Fernald 
Kennedy J. laborer Vulcan Foundry 
Kennedy Jas. carpenter, bds with J. M. Qonlon 
Kennedy Jas. liquor saloon. ,s:i Broadway 
Kennedy Jas. hostler, bds with Win. N. Wade 
Kennedy James J. carpenter, bds at Susque- 
hanna House 
Kennedy James 8. butter, cheese, etc., 3 Wash- 
ington Market, dwl SW cor Greenwich and 
Mason 
Kennedy Jane Miss, governess with .V. J. Bowie 
Kennedy Joanna,, ironer City Laundry 
Kennedy John, dwl 2 Quincy Place 
Kennedy John, carpenter with Thus. W. Clark, 

dwl Jessie nr Kcker 
Kennedy John, deck-hand, dwl S B Stevenson 
bet Ecker and Second 

Kennedy John, porter with Daniel Gibb £ Co. 
dwl X s California bet Kearny and Dupont 

Kennedy John, seaman, dwl 5 Milton Place 
Kennedy John E. laborer., bds with W. F. Kelly 
Kennedy John F. porter Vallcjo Street Bonded 

Warehouse, dwl X s California bet Keariry 

and puponl 
Kennedy John < >'B. salesman with IT. Cohn & Co 
Kennedy Kate Miss, teacher Union St. School 
Kennedy Lawrence, laborer, dwl S s Folsom bet 

Fremont and Benle 
Kennedy Lizzie Miss, teacher Union St. School 
Kennedy M. bds Benton House 
Kennedy Mailiew, porter with Treadwell ft Co. 
Kennedy Michael, waiter Hotel International 
Kennedy P. J. (James Lynch & Co.) dwl X s 

Clay near Powell 
Kennedy Richard, tailor, S s Bush nr Sansome 
Kennedy Stephen J. compositor Alta California. 

dwl 254 Powell 
Kennedy Thomas, fireman, dwl S s Hinckley bet 

Kearny and Dupont 
Kennedy Thomas, shoemaker, N s Pacific near 

Powell 
Kennedy William, butter and cheese, 2 Wash- 
ington Market, dwl G Geary 
Kennedy Mary (widow) dwl Leav X of Pacific 
Kei nelly Thomas, bricklayer, dwl with Mrs. 

Mary Kennelly 
Kennordy B. clerk, bds Revere House 
Kennerson Elisha (J. <(• /.'. A'.) dwl S s Everett 

bet Third and Fourth 
Kennerson [John ami Elisha) butter, cheese, etc., 
Green's Market, cor Montgomery and Market, 

dwl S s Everett bet Third and Fourth 
Kennerson William, engineer Oroville, dwl 

North Point 
Kenney A. engineer, bds Metropolitan Hotel 



Kenney Ann (widow) dwl X s Pine bet Dupont 

and Kearny 
Kenney James, cooper with II. Gallagher A Co. 

dwl YV s Davis Let Clay and Washington 
Kenney John, livery-stable, NE corner Stockton 

and Green 
Kenney M. laborer Bensley "Water Works 
Kenney Michael, mason, dwl X s Natoma bet 

Jane and Third 
Kenney Michael, laborer, dwl with T. C. Leonard 
Kenney Michael. Court Exchange Saloon, City 

Hall, rear 
Kenney Michael, waterman, dwl X s Vallejo nr 

Mason, rear 
Kenney Patrick, ironer Chelsea Laundry 
Kenney William, carpenter, dwl X s Butter bet 

Dupont and Kearny 
Kenney William W. clerk with Howe .V Co bds 

with A. P. Bessey 
Kennitf Rpsanna S. (widow) dwl W s Mason nr 

Pacific 
Kenny Alice, teacher. Market Street School 
Kenny Cornelius, seaman, bds Columbia If use, 

Stewart 
Kenny George L. (II. If. Bancroft & Co.) dwl 

SE cor Green and Leavenworth 
Kenny James, laborer with L. Haskell, Black 

Point 
Kenny William. 139 Kearny 
Kenovan John, laborer, dwl E s Beak bet Market 

and Mission 
Kent Alice, domestic with Madison Hawes 
Kent J. Horace, dwl Tehama House 
Kc.'.t John (colored) blacksmith, bds E 8 Battery 

near Broadway 
Kent Richard, painter with Worthington A. Hayes 
Kent Samuel II. ship-joiner. Folsom St. Wharf 

dwl W s Third bet Bryant and Silver 
Kent Thomas, engraver with M. M. Lewis, dwl 

corner Mason and California 
Kent Thomas, watchmaker and jeweler, dwl S s 

California bet Mason and Taylor 
Kentlield John, packet agent, dwl E s Fremont 

bet Folsom and Harrison 
Kent/.el James W. bds with Win. IT. Kent/.el 
Kentzel William H mariner, dwl 58 Broadway 
Keogan Patrick, laborer, hoards with Mrs. Jane 

Fallon 
Keogh Henry F. workman S. F. Woolen Factory, 

Black Point, bds cor Beach ami Leavenworth 
Keough Patrick, barkeeper with John J. Brady 
Keplin Jacob, watchmaker. 122 Sacramento, dwl 

S s Jessie bet Second and Third 

Kerby Edward, porter with Kerby, Bvrnc ft Co. 

dwl 1C9 Clay 
Kerby John T. bricklayer, bds Brooks House 
KERBY (Patrick) BYRNE (Garret J.) & CO. 

(Thomas Masterson) importers and dealers 

fancy dry goods. 109 and 171 Clay, resides 

New York 
Kerlin George B. cooper, dwl W s Second bet 

Mission and Minna 
Kerlin Rebecca Mrs. dry goods, W S Second Ix L 

Mission and Minna 
Kern John, cigars and tobacco, SW cor :, rnmm 

and Jackson, dwl X s Sutter bei RLearnj 

and Dupont 
Kern Michael, baker, Eagle Bakery, Stevenson 



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Kernan Francis, porter with J. I\ Haven, dwl 

L06 Montgomery 
Kernan Thomas, dwl E a Fourth bet Mission 

and Howard 
Kerner P. cabinet-maker, S s Bush bet Sansome 

and Battery 
Kerr Andrew, boarding; X b Jackson nr Davis 
Kerr Andrew, porter with Conroy & O'Connor, 

dwl Vincent near Green 

K&ti (Charles) & Horn (Barney') butchers, Po- 
trero, S Brannan St. Bridge, dwl Price near 
ilsom 
Kerr Earl, teamster, dwl with William Kerr 

Kerr James, printer, dwl X s Bdwv nr Kearny 
Kerr John. S. F. Sugar Refinery, dwl E 8 Chelsea 

near Harrison 
KERB -His !•:! Ml W. liquor saloon, SW corner 

Jackson and Kearny 
Kerr Martin, porter What Cheer House 
Kerr Robert, Eclipse wood and coal, E s Dupont 

bet Clay and Commercial, dwl W s Brooks 

liet Market and Geary 
Kerr Samuel, teamster, dwl with "William Kerr 
Kerr Thomas, book-keeper, Sugar Refinery, dwl 

W s Price bet Folsom and Harrison 
Kerr Thomas, waiter "What Cheer House 
Kerr William, teamster, dwl W s Battery bet 

Yallcjo and Green 
Kerrigan Edward, drayman, dwl with J.Kerrigan 
Kerrigan John, contractor, dwl S s Brannan nr 

Simmons 
Kerrigan John, laborer, dwl N s Oregon bet 

Front and Davis 
Kerrigan Patrick, clam-dealer, SW cor Drumm 

and Jackson, dwl Commercial below Davis 
Kerrigan Wm. dwl W s Lafayette nr Green 
Kcrrison (Jeorge G. with "White & "Wilson, dwl 

N s Green nr Powell 
Kerrison Robert E. livery stable, 114 California, 

dwl W s Spring nr California 
Kervan Thomas, carpenter, dwl W s Powell bet 

Pine and Bush 
Kervin William, foreman pattern-makers, Pacific 

Foundry 
Kerwin Rosa, washing, dw r l with George R. 

Bowles 
Kesmodel Frederick, cutler, 185 Kearny 
Kesseler Joseph, marble-cutter with John Grant, 

bds WTiat Cheer House 
Ketch Wm. R. milkman with Pardon A. Cook 
Ketchum Wm. with Charles Harley, Davis near 

California 
Ketter Henry, barkeeper with Henry Lahnsen, 

dwl Pine nr Kearny 
Kewen William, molder, dwl SW cor First and 

Howard 
Keyer Herman, butcher, W s East bet Jackson 

and Washington 
Keyes John A. carpenter and builder, N s Green 

nr Stockton 
Keyes Orson H. (Brackett & K.) dwl Mission nr 

First 
Keys George, produce commission, 32 Clay, dwl 

N s Washington bet Kearny and Dupont 
Keys Rosanna Mrs. liquor saloon, 37 Mont 
Keyt A. C. bUl-poster, NE cor Mont and Wash 
Kibbe Millard, liquor saloon, 132 Montgomery, 

dwl N s John nr Mason 



Kiehman John, <■■ ,,n, dwl N s Sutter 

l.et Dupont and Kearny 
Kiddean M. plasterer, bds Benton House 
Kiddeao X. carpenter, i>ds Benton House 
Kidder L 1>. Miss, teacher Denman School 
defer Barbary Mrs. boots and shoes. :',."> i 
Kieman Thomas, Weighers' department, Custom 

House 

Kienan Anna, domestic with R. Tobin 

Kiernan James, doorkeeper St. Mary's Hospital, 
Stockton bet Broadway and Vallejo 

KIERNAN (John) t MXTLYANY (Charles) 
California Marble Works, 151; California, 
dwl E s Kearny nr Post 

Kiernan John, cook with Alexander Thompson 

Kiernan Mary Jane (widow) bds with B. 1;. Ed- 
monston 

Kiernan (Michael) & Co. (Henry If. Fierson) gro- 
ceries and liquors, NW cor Powell and 
Washington 

Kiernan Philip, carpenter, dwl E s Third bet 
Harrison and Perry 

Kiernan William, gas-fitter, bds with John Mc- 
Mullin 

KIHLMKYKR LOUIS, proprietor Washington 
Hotel, 154 and 156 Pacific 

Kilbreath James, dwl W s Third nr Harrison 

Kilby Wm. drayman with E. G. Mathews & Co. 

Kile David, stores and tinware, S s Commercial 
bet Kearny and Dupont, dwl W s Mont- 
gomery bet Pine and Bush 

Kilian Frederick, porter Board Supervisors, City 
Hall, and Arbor House, Bush nr Lone Mount 

Kilian John, miner, bds Manhattan House, cor 
Front and Broadwav 

Killday Edward, hostler with Wm. M. White 

Killduff Wm. M. engineer P. M. stmp Sonora, 
NW cor Sacramento and Leidesdorff 

Killen Luke M. drayman with Cary & Wine- 
gar, dwl 100 Front 

Killilea Bernard, groceries and provisions. East 
bet Washington and Clay, dwl S s Green nr 
Montgomery 

Killpatrick Francis, tailor, Tehama House 

Killpatrick George, tailor, Tehama House 

Killpacks John, laborer, dwl cor Tehama and 
Fourth 

Kim Goon (Chinese) washing, S s Jessie bet 
First and Ecker 

Kimball Adelia D. Miss, teacher Powell Street 
SchooL E s Fremont bet Folsom and Har- 
rison 

Kimball Albert G. miner, dwl S s Sutter bet 
Jones and Taylor 

Kimball Charles P. bookseller, dwl Hayes Valley 

Kimball Edwin, M. D. Superintendent Protest- 
ant Orphan Asvlum 

KIMBALL ( George P.) & CO. ( W. B. Bent) N s 
Market bet Montgomery and Kearny, dwl 
XW cor Third and Mission 

Kimball Hazen, news-carrier, dwl XW corner 
Mason and Jackson 

Kimball Henry (Bartling & K) dwl Ss Pine bet 
Kearny and Dupont 

Kimball M. A. Miss, teacher, boards with Ira 
Marden 

Kimball Mary Mrs. female superintendent Pro- 
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Kimball M. D. carpenter, bds Revere House 
Kimball Moses C. deputy wharfinger, bds E s 

Front bet Market and Pine 
Kimball Solomon P. (T. P. Otis & Co. Marys- 

ville) office 53 and 56 Front, dwl with Mrs. 

H. C. Carlton 
Kimball Theodore, painter with Peter Witbeck, 

lids with James L. Fowler 
Kimball Thomas L. clerk with Overland Mail Co. 
Kimbey E. porter, bds What Cheer ITonso 
Kimble Charles, driver for Skelly & Co. City- 
Line, bds with James Casey 
Kimmens Rachael Miss, milliner, dwl 183 Kearny 
Kincaid Isaac, calker, dwl NWcor Harrison and 

Main 
Kincaid John E. ( W&b&K) dwl 128 Stockton 
Kincher Patrick, laborer, dwl W s Taylor nr Post 
Kind Richard, workman with J. G. Clark & Co. 

bds Branch Hotel 
Kine John, laborer, dwl N s Tehama bet Fourth 

and Fifth 
King Aaron (L. King & Brother') res New York 
King Andrew Jackson, money-broker, 92 Mer 
King Anionic, clerk, 188 Washington 
King Charles, nurse U. S. Marine Hospital 
King E. L. carpenter, bds What Cheer House 
King Ervin T. (Jfmvland, Angell & K.) dwl Ver- 
non Place nr Second 
King Ezra S. carpenter, cor California and Drumm, 

dwl 9 Quincy 
King Francis W. saloon, N s Chambers nr Front 
King Frank, clerk, 188 Washington 
King Henry L. builder, dwl E s Powell bet Clay 

and Washington 
King Irving T. machinist, dwl Vernon Place nr 

Second 
King J. teamster with George W. Blasdell 
Kim; James, cook, dwl with Francis J. Hammell 
King James, dwl S s Jackson bet Taylor and 

Jones 
King James L. office with F. J. Thibault, dwl 

8 Geary 
King of* Wm, .Tames Mrs. (widow) dwl N s Jack- 
son bet Stockton and Powell 
King John F. carpenter, dwl N s Howard bet 

Second and Third 
King L. & Brother (Aaron King) importers and 

jobbers clothing, 69 Sacramento, dwl S s 

Minna pet Second and Third 
King M. painter, bds Benton House 
King Marcus, carpenter, dwl Oak nr Mason 
King Mark A. laboratory, U. S. B. Mint, dwl 

260 Stockton 
King Michael Rev. assistant pastor St. Patrick's 

Church, cor Market and Annie 
King Richard, builder, dwl N s Folsom between 

First and Second 
King Samuel 1*. (Ransom & K.) dwl SE corner 

Sparks and First Avenue 
King Samuel D. Jr. clerk with Thos. J. Haynes 

& Co. dwl with S. D. King 
King S. B. collector, dwl N s Bdwy nr Mason 
King Stephen T. Forwarding Department Wells, 

Fargo & Co. dwl SE cor Dupont and Jackson 
King Thomas, milkman at Killey's ranch, Pre- 
sidio Road nr Distillery 
King Thos. with Hewlett & Co. dwl W s Mason 

nr Broadway 



King Thomas, cook Columbia House, Stewart 
King Thomas Starr Rev. pastor First Unitarian 

Church, bds Oriental Hotel 
King W. bds What Cheer House 
King Wallace B. King's Exchange (boarding) 

XW cor Mission and First 
King Wm. carriage-maker, bds 52 Jackson 
King Wm. blacksmith, bds with T. Vanstan 
Eng Win. W. dwl with S. P. King 
Kingsbury George W. drayman with M. Water- 
man, bds With Wm. Martin 
Kingsbury Jas. seaman, bds with John C. Price 
Kingsland John, seaman, bds 143 Mission 
Kingsman James, butcher, bds M Tehama. 
Kingsman John, butcher, 53 Washington Mar- 
ket, dwl 1 4 Tehama 
Kingston Henry, captain brig Consort, dwl 21 

Clementina 
Kingston John, superintendent Benton House, 

Commercial nr Montgomery 
Kingwell Joseph, carriage-painting. SW cor Pine 

and Morse, dwl E s Stock bet Sac and Cal 
Kingwell Vincent, brass-founder, dwl E s Stock 

bet Sacramento and California 
Kining A. workman with J. G. Clark & Co. 
Kinley M. saddler, bds What Cheer House 
Kinne Chas. M. book-keeper with T. Ogg Shaw, 

dwl 4 Central Place 
Kinney Adolphus, engineer steamer. Helen Hens- 
ley, Cal Steam Nav Co. 
Kinney John (colored) bootblack, 82 Sansome 
Kinney Joseph, miner, dwl S s O'Farrell near 

Mason 
Kinney Lovina Mrs. (colored) dwl S s Filbert nr 

Kearny 
Kinney Margaret Mrs. dwl N s Pacific nr San 
Kinney Michael, laborer, dwl Salmon Place bet 

Pacific and Broadway 
Kinney Peter, blacksmith with H. Steele, dwl 

cor Kearny. and California 
Kinsley A. bds Plaza Hotel 
Kinsley J. W. bds What Cheer House 
Kinsman Franklin, carpenter, dwl N s Tehama 

bet First and Second 
Kinsman James, cooper Sugar Refinery, corner 

Harrison and Price 
Kinsman Jas. carpenter, dwl with F. Kinsman 
Kinson Geo. G. waiter with Cammet & Kauce, 

dwl 3 Central Place 
Kinzel T. & Co. cigars, NE. cor Clay and Kearny, 

dwd cor Stockton and Clay 
Kinzcr George W. dwl 322 Powell nr Pacific 
KIP WM. INGRAHAM RT. REV. Episcopal 

Bishop of California, dwl W s Second bet 

Folsom and Harrison 
Karby Edward C. porter with St. Losky, Levy & 

Co. dwl 109 California 
Kirby James, seaman, boards Columbia House, 

Stewart 
Kirby John, porter with J. Seligman k Co. 
Kirby Margaret Mrs. dwl N s Hinckley between 

Kearny and Dupont 
Kirby Wm. H. T. dwl S s Greenwich nr Taylor 
Kirby W. L. (Bennett & Co.) dwl cor East and 

Merchant 
Kirchhoff Bernard, clerk, 49 and 51 Front, dwl 

with Ed. Kruse 
Kirchoff Mathies, drug clerk, dwl 18 Post 



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Klrchncr C. W. physician, SB corner Dupont and 

Washington 
KlroV.ni r II. II. hair-dresser with J. Lij man, 20 

. 'niui> 
Kirk A-brohnm, tinsmith with B. C. Austin, bds 

What Cheer House 

Kirk Christian (Ibis/,- ft A'.) dwl K s Mason n< ar 
Bush 

Kirk Joseph W. seaman, bds (Tillman's Temper- 
ance House 

Kirk RobBrt (Bwik <£ A'.) dwl N a Butter abv 
Taylor 

Kirk Samuel B. block-maker, bds •; Belden's Hlk 

Kirkpatrick Manning, gas-fitter, dwl will. .1 is. 
< Hayton 

Kjrkwood A. bds Whal finer House 

Kjrkwood Robert, machinist, dwl K s Hubbard 
Folsom and I loxvard 

Kii'sch Joseph, barber with Greif ft Snapper, dwl 
X !•! c6r Posl and Dupont 

Kii'-ri, Michael (Gardner k A'.) lids at Washing- 
ton Bouse, Pacific nr Montgomery 

Klrsoh Phillip, tailor with I. ESsenberg, dwl Xs 
Broadway nr Kearny 

Kirstcn Emil (Bardie db Rutenberg) dwl Mason 
nr Broadway 

Kjserman J. bds Clinton Temperance So 

Kisler J. assayer with Moshefiner ft Co. dwl X s 

Third bel Polsom and Harrison 
KJtchiug Amos G. with Ogden k Wilson, dwl 

cor Stockton and Pins' 
Kill Henry, nurse I". S. .Marine Hospital 
Kittle Jonathan (I. (Ik 117//. K.& Co. ) dwl NW 

cor Harrison and Fremont 
Kittle Nicholas G. (he Witt, K. & Co.) dwl NW 

Fremont and Harrison 
Krtto John, laborer, dwl Xs Francisco nr Powell 
Kittredge Jolin R. accountant with Kittred.ue ft 

Frazer, dwl 172 Battery 
KITTREDGE (Jonathan) ft FRAZEB (Simon) 

Phoenix Works, lire-proof doors. SE comer 

Chambers and Battery, dwl Ns Ellis bet 

Powell and Mason 
Kittredge Joseph G. Jr. blacksmith, 172 Battery 
Kit/. Henry, steward with C. H. Brickwedel 
Klaucke Alexander, book-keeper with Morgan, 

one ft Co. dwl 60 Sansome 
Klaucke M. F. dwl GO Sansome 
Klebs Alex, confectioner, dwl E .- Lafayette 
Klein B. boot and shoemaker, dwl XW corner 

Sutter and Kearny 
Klein Ernst, clerk, bds with Jno. Yon Hadelan 
Klein Ferdinand, ciuar-maker, boards with L. 

Kfhlmeyer 
Klein Eenri (Schmitt & K.) dwl 241 Stockton 
Klein Phillip, butcher, dwl XW cor Kearny and 

St. Mark's Place 
Kleinclaus Balthazar, blacksmith, Liming Alley, 

N s Vallejo nr Stockton 
Kleinhammer (John) ft Co. (Amandus Reekmann) 

groceries and liquors. NE cor Battery and 

Pacific 
Kleinhaus John, butter, cheese, etc., 4 Washing- 
ton Market, dwl S s Bush above Kearny 
Kleinschrmdt Wm. laborer, dwl SE cor Folsora 

and Main 
KLEIXSCHROTH JOHN (M-Tir * K.) dwl S s 

Sutter bet Kearny and Dupont 



Klenek John V. clerk, '"Is with Chas. H. Boyd 
Klentzer Herman, barkeeper Oregon House 
Klepl'er Adam, carpenter, bds Philadelphia House 
Klepzig (./. C. I:\ ) .v Co. | SI r,i in QuBtckeon ) vims 

and pistols. •_' 1 2 Washington 
Kline (August) a Co. (Louis KHne) importers hats 

and caps, 92 Sacramento, dwl 238 Vallejo 
Kline Benjamin, plasterer, SE oor Montgi «y 

and Vallejo 
Kline Frederick, cigar-maker with Shaeffer and 

Sutliii; lids Washington Hotel. Pacific 
Kline Geo. W. clerk with A. C. Wightinan, dwl 

15 Clay 

Kline (Jacob 8!) ft Morrison (James I>.) Fulton 

Market. SE cor Stockton and Washington 
Kline John, dwl .Mission Dolores 
Kline Lotus (Kline ft C4>.) dwl S s Vallejo bet 

Mason and Powell 

Kline Philip, butcher', dwl Hunt nr Third 

Klin# Francis, cabinet-maker, W s Third lui 
Market and Stevenson 

KlingO. W. jeweler, 183 Clay, dwl Virginia nr 
Jackson 

Kling William, jeweler, dwl E s Virginia nr 
Jackson 

Kloppenburg Otto (Henry Ilr/ckwedel& Co.) dwl 
SW cor Bush and Montgomery 

Kloppenstine Andrew J. (Kloppenstine & Co. 
Sacramento) office NW cor Front and Com- 
mercial, dwl 29 Clementina 

Klos John, cabinet-maker, dwl Specht's Build- 
in;.', 90 Broadway 

Klos Philip II. barkeeper Volks Garden, corner 
Folsom and Second 

Klose August C. book-keeper with J. Genella, 
dwl 184 Montgomery 

Klumpke (John G.) k Pfeiffer (John) boots and 
slioes. 164 Clay, dwl S s Sacramento bet 
Taylor and Jones 

Klumpp Wm. engraver, 175 Washington, dwl N 
s Clementina bet Third and Fourth 

Knack stedt Henry, dwl Alley, Post bet Kearny 
and Dupont 

Knapp (Jahez B.) Burrell (If. S.) & Co. produce 
and agricultural implem'ts, 80 Washington, 
dwl N s Vallejo bet Hyde and Larkin 

Knapp Joel B. Inspector Custom House 

Kneeland Samuel, laborer, bds at Susquehanna 
House 

Knell (Jacob) & Battens (Daniel) club mom Mi- 
nerva Hall. SW cor California and Kearny 

Knibbe Henry W. (,S*. Rosenthal & Co.) dwl Post 
nr Dupont 

Knickerbocker J. E. bds at Railroad House 

Knififen Marcus, tinsmith with Gordon, Brooks, 
Backus ft Tay 

Knight A. W. wood-Worker with T. Ogg Shaw 

Knight Edward, milkman, nr Mountain Lake 

Kniuht H. Mrs. Baloon, 229 Dupont 

KNIGHT SAMUEL, superintendent Wells, 
Fargo A' Co.'s Express, office XIV cor Mont 
and California, dwl S s Jackson bet Powell 
and Mason 

Knight Wm. H. publisher 1; Bookseller," office 
SW cor Montgomery and Merchant. dwlNW 
comer Washington and Sansome 

Knight W. W. book-keeper with A. M. Gilman 
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KNIGHT (Wm, W.) :< MCLAUGHLIN (Dim- 
) Patten's Saloon, NE cor Front and 

Commercial 
Knights Luther, drayman with Taylor &Swasey, 

dwl W s Anthony nr Mission 
Knipe Thomas .1. dwl 8 a Greenwich nr Taylor 
Knoll Adolph, waiter at 202 Washington 
Knoll 0. K. tailor, dwl N B Sutter nr Montgom'y 

Knomer John, drayman with Richards & Mc- 

Cracken, dwl .'!7 Sacramento 
Knonnberg John D. carriage-maker, dwl X s 

Lafayette nr Union 
Knop Kllei-t (Hildebrandt k AT.) dwl NE corner 

Hinckley and Pinckney Place 
Knop I lean- (Hildtbrandt dfc Co.) dwl SW cor 

Washington and Waverlev Place 
Knotli Win. drayman, dwl S s Mission rear J. 

Fruchtnicht 
Knower Wm. B. hatter with Blake A Co. dwl N 

s Union above Stockton 

Kinwlcs C. tinner. 329 Dupont 

KNOWLKS C. 0. Burgeon dentist and member 
Board Education, 163 Clay, dwl S s Silver 
bet Second and Third 

Knowles Chas. E. clerk with J. H. Knowles, dwl 
6 Beldeil nr Market 

Knowles G. l » Is American Exchange 

Knowles Geo. lumber, dwl 5:; Montgomery 

Knowles Geo. II. accountant, dwl 279 Vallejo 

Knowles Henry, billiard saloon, 88 Montgomery, 
dwl Tehama Place 

Knowles Irving H. lumber, 23 California, boards 
with Mrs. M. A. Kllert 

Knowles Jas. San Jose Market, W s First bet 
Natoma and Howard 

Knowles John, seaman, bds Columbia House, 
Stewart 

Knowlton » leo. W. clerk with Cofran & Fell, dwl 
.'• s Minna bet Third and Fourth 

Knowlton Jas. J. carpenter, W s Davis bet Sac- 
ramento and Commercial, dwl Ss Union bet 
Taylor and Jones 

Knownburg John D. laborer with Hobbs, Gilmore 
& Co. 

Knox Franklin (A'. F. Knox & Co.) dwl 1 Virginia 
Place 

Knox Geo. T. notary public, 106 Montgomery, 
dwl XI'] cor Washington and Dupont 

Knox Henry, clerk, dwl 256 Kearny 

KNOX ISRAEL W. Knox's Amalgamator, Min- 
ers' Foundry, residence Oakland 

Knox John (Edward S. Spear & Co.) dwl Ss 
Marker, het Second and Third 

Knox Oscar, salesman with Tubbs & Co. resi- 
dence i lakland 

Knox Richard F. & Co. {Franklin Kiox) manu- 
facturing chemists, Bryant nr Third, bds 23 
Minna 

Knox Sarah C. Miss, assistant teacher, Rincon 
Primary School Xo. 2, bds with Mrs. Eliza 
Beach 

Knus Conrad, machinist, 4 Sansome 

Knutsen Andrew, seaman, bds 24 Sacramento 

Koch Babra (widow) dwl S s Union nr Powell 

Koch Gottl'reid (Geifcr & A'.) dwl 118 Dupont 

Koch II. F. cabinet-maker, dwl S s Sutter bet 
Kearny and Dupont 

Koch John, clerk Railroad House. 46 ComT 



Koch John (Hum & A'.) dwl America Theatre 
Koch John c. carpenter, dwl August AH 

Koch Joseph, miller with John Zeile 
Koch Margaret (widow) dwl 135 Bush 
Koch Veronica, cook with Jacob Gundlac] 

Koch William, waiter. 168 Clay 

Koch Win. coffee-grinder, dwl NW cor Si 

and Past Newell nr Lombard 
i\oek Claus (BuchkoUz & Co.) dw] 181 i aih'e 

Kocliecke Christian, Mission Dolores Bakojry, 

XW cor Center and Guerrero 
Koegel Louis, chemist, SE cor Sac and Heariry, 

dwl NE cor Sansome and Market 
Koegel Louis Mrs. embroidery, etc. dwl \ ' cor 

Sansome and Market 
K odder Louis G. compositor California Democrat, 

dwl Green nr Powell 
Koeider Tl lore G. (Fred'k Hess & Co.) dwl 

cor Greenwich and Mason 
Koehler William, confectioner, SWcor Waverjey 

Place and Washington 
Koen Charles, groceries and liquors, BE cornet 

Minna and Jane 
Koenig Arnold, book-keeper with II. Hentach, 

dwlSW cor Pine and Dupont 
Koenigsberger F. book-keeper with M. Mayblum, 

dwl :i71 Powell 
K. en ler Theodore, cigar-box manufactun r. X s 

Sutter cor Clara 

Koger Charles, tinsmith, bds Philadelphia House 
KOHLER ANDREW, importer fancy gooas, 

music, musical instruments, etc. Sansome 
bet Clay and Com. 178 Washington, and 27G 
Stock, dwl 276 Stockton 

KOHLER {Charles) FROHLIXG (John) & 
BAL T CK (J. H.) native wine growers, 160 
Montgomery, Montgomery Block, dwl W s 
Mason bet Vallejo and Broadway 

Kohler Frederick D. dwl SW cor Howard and 
Second 

Kohler George F. sup. laborers L T . S. Appraiser's 

store, dwl SW cor Howard ami Second 
Kohler Henry (George Oarnerk Co.) dwl Ss Mis- 
sion bet Jane and Second 
Kohler Jacob (Kohler <t - Brother) dwl 108 San 
Kohler John J. jeweler with F. R. Reichel, dwl 

Sutter nr Montgomery 
Kohler John J. sea-captain, dwl SW cor Howard 

and Second 
Kohler Patrick, laborer, bds 34 Webb 
Kohler (It) <!fc Brother (Jacob) imps tinners' 

stock and stoves, 108 Sansome, res Oakland 
Kohler Theodore, printer, dwl llartmau Place 
Kohlmoss John (Browning & A'.) dwl N s Dupont 

above Union 
Kohn E. (J. Alexander k Co.) dwl S s Vallejo 

bet Lowell and Mason 
Kohn Edward C. clerk with Edwards k Bailey, 

dwl S s Vallejo nr Powell 
Kohn Elcan Rev. minister Congregation EmanuEl 
Kohn E. S. dwl S s Vallejo nr Powell 
Kohn Henry (X». 2) com. merchant, 5 C. H. Blk, 

dwl S s Union nr Stockton 
Kohn (Henry) k Campe (John) liquor saloon, SE 

cor Mont and Bush, dwl .12 Montgomery 
Kohn Isaac (J. Kohn & Co. Portland) office 71 

California, dwl N s Folsom nr Third 
Kohn Joseph S. merchant, 14 Stevenson 



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Kohn J. dwl O'Meara'a Building, NB corner 

Wash and Duponl 
Kobn Marcus A 0o.< fftn. JFYscfaZ) import 

jobbers clothing. To Battery, dwl 2s a Mis- 
sion bel Firsl and Second 
Kohncke I. I re, 322 Stock 

Kolp *;. \V. miner, bdfl What Cheer Hoi 
Kominsky s. drayman, tnls New England Souse 
Kone Dewitl C. roofing, 46 8ansome, dwl Brooks 

Souse 
Kong Chung (Chinese) washing, 190 Kearny 
Kong Wen (Chinese) washing, W b Stewart bet 

Market and Mission 
Kong Yee (Chinese) laundry, 122 Jackson 

Alexander L. D. COOk Stewart Street Res- 
taurant 
KONIG NICHOLAS, groceries and liquors, SW 

cor Broadway and Sansome 
Koniug Max. groceries and liquors, SE corner 

Dupont and Filbert 
Kooneu Daniel, dwl W B Pollard PI nr Vallejo 
Koopmaii Henry, groceries and liquors, N B Pac 

near Davis 
Koopman8chap {Cornelius) & Co. (A. Bosmari) 

Qnion Warehouse, XW cor Union and Bat, 

dwl Union Hotel 
Koopmanshap Charles, dwl Union Hotel 
Koopmanshap Desire Touchard Mine, proptrs 

Qnion Hotel, NE corner Kearny and Merch 
Kopeiuanu Thomas, porter with John J. Wilson, 

dwl 19 Commercial 
Kopf Henry, clerk with Doscher & Co. dwl NW 

cor Third and Everett 
Kopp F. French tailor, 204 Clay 
Korb Johu C. II. boatman, dwl N s Sutter bet 

Kearny and Montgomery 
Korb John J. dwl N s Sutter bet Kearny and 

Montgomery 
Korb Louis, plumber, dwl with John J. Korb 
Korb Louisa Mrs. midwife, dwl X s Sutter bet 

Kearny and Montgomery 
Korgan John A. mason, bds with S. Kihlmeyer 
Kornfeld A. Charles, dressmaker, 206 Clay 
Korniker Lewis, inani' oil-cloth clothing, SW cor 

Clay and Davis, dwl XE cor Second and 

Mission 
KORTEX B. groceries and liquors, SW corner 

Greenwich and Mason 
Koshlaud Simon, merchant, dwl S s Mission bet 

■ Ond and Third 
Kosmayer John, barber, 204 Stockton 
Koster Albert, Union Brewery, X S Folsom bet 

Fourth and Fifth 
KOSTER (Frederick) & CO. (Freder'k Fortmann) 

Pacific Brewery, Tehama bet Third and 

Fourth 
Koster (Henning) ft Co. (John E. Benson) grocer- 
ies and liquors, SE eor Third and Howard 
Koster Henry, dwl 174 Washington 
Koster (Herman) ft Betyeman (Lewis) groceries 

and liquors, X s Towusend bet Third and 

Fourth 
Koster (Jolm) ft Menke (Augustus) groceries, 225 

Pacific, cor Sullivan's Alley 
Kostmeyer Valentine, clerk, XE cor Washington 

and Dupont 
KostromitinolT Peter S. Consul Russia, office and 

dwl W s Essex bet Folsom and Harrison 



Kote Wm. druggist, l' I ."> Washington 

Cough Martin, steward. Ms with P. Oreighton 

Koughman Henry, musician, dwl W i Powell nr 

\'a!i 

Kowalsky S. merchant, dwl 150 Sacramento 

Kowalsky Bertha Mrs. inilliii il nnento 

Kozminsky Cimon, with 11. Kozminsky, dwl 1 

Custom House Block 
Kozminsky Herman, cigars, 1 C. H Block, dwl 

L22 Bush 
KRAFT LOUIS, livery stable, 158 Par 
Kroger Charles, steward with Win. W. Haney, 

dwl NE cor Front and Sacramento 
Krone William A. watchmaker and jeweler, 51 

Montgomery 
KRAMBACH L. importer and dealer crockery 

and glassware, 138 and 140 Clay, dwl 281 

Stockton 
Kramer Charles, tinsmith, 140 Broadway, N 8, 

near Powell 
Kramer Frank, shoemaker, W s Davis nr Com 
Kramer Frederick, boots and shoes. 38 Sansome, 

dwl 57 First 
Kramer Jacob, groceries, SW corner Greenwich 

and Dupont 
Kramer Victoria Mrs. embroidery, dwl 02 Bdwy 
Kraus Frederick, Harmony Hall, SW eor Mont- 
gomery and Sacramento, dwl 19 Sutter 
Kraus Joseph, drayman, B6 California 
Krouse Albert) clerk with Ferdinand Eggers, 

dwl 300 Dupont 
Krause Charles, blacksmith, S s Pacific near 

Montgomery 
Krause Joseph, drayman, 86 California, dwl X s 

Natoma bet Jane and Third 
Krause Louis, waiter Saulmann's Restaurant 
Krause T. Gold Refinery, eor Brannan and Harris 
Krause William E. E. fancy goods, G4 Sansome, 

dwl 182 California 
Krause William H. clerk with D. Spiegel 
Kratzenstein (J. (E. Hoyer & Co.) dwl W s Stone 

near Jackson 
Kreamer Caroline Mrs. Sansome House, 14 San 
Kreamer George, carpenter, bds 14 Sansome 
Krebs William, hand-cartman, dwl 53 Jackson 
Kretzer P. cigar manuf, dwl 64 Montgomerv 
KREYENHAGEN (Julius) KRUSE (Ed 

& CO. (Julius Eukr) wholesale grocers, and 

Consulate of Saxony, 40 and 51 Front, dwl 

126 Second 
Kriebel Adam J. with Herman Keyer 
Krieg (J.) X Xachtingall (H.) manuf billiard- 
tables, 123 Sacramento, dwl 166 Bush 
Krieger H. laborer Pioneer Flour Mills, Market 
Kriess Jas. seaman, dwl cor Drumm and Wash 
Kristeller Edward, boots and shoes, 44 First 
Kristeller Pinkus. bootmaker, 44 Eirst 
Krobiusky Stanislaus, waiter Alden's Restaurant 
Kroger Henry, cooper, S s Broadway nr Battery 
Krohn Frederick, cigars, 03 Pacific 
Krone John, gardener, dwl N s Harrison bet 

Harris and Simmons 
Kroning D. clerk with Wm. Kroning 
Kroning William, groceries, XW cor Kearny and 

Sacramento, dwl S s Sacramento bet Powell 

and Mason 
Kronmuller J. workman with J. G. Clark & Co. 
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Kropp John, patent roofing, 139 Jackson 

Krown Marx, tailor, 213 Clay 

Krueckmann Pr. physician, groceries, NE cor 

Fourth and Tehama 
Krug William, clerk; dwl 340 Stockton 
Kruger Louis [SchrocU r & A'.) dwl 5 Washington 
Kruil P. workman with J. G. Clark & Co. 
Krun Harris, cigar-maker, dwl 110 Sacramento 
Kruse Charles, seaman, dwl N s Harrison bet 

Main and Beale 
Kruse Edward (Kreyerihagen, K. & Co.) dwl N s 

Howard bet Third and Fourth 
Kruse Franz, porter, lids with George Rocben 
Krutchley Robert, laborer, dwl 260 Kearny 
Kuehel C. tallow-renderer, dwl N s Brannan bet 

Simmons and Fifth 
Kuehel Charles C. lithographer, 174 Clay, dwl 

N s Clementina bet First and Second 
Kuchenheiser Frederick, shutter-maker with J. 

R. Sims, dwl with Rev. Mr. Kellner, Bdwy 
Kuechler Charles, photographist with Howes & 

Co. dwl X s Kearny bet Jackson and Wash 
Kuehn George, engraver with B. Morris & Co. 

dwl cor Dupont and Broadway 
Kuen/.i Rudolph, turner, dwl NE cor Sansome 

and Market 
Kugeler August, clerk, dwl NW cor First and 

Stevenson 
Kuh Leopold, at Gold Refinery, cor Brannan and 

Harris, dwl NE cor Green and Lafayette 
Kuhlmeyer Henry, cigar-maker, 96 Dupont 
Kuhn Joseph, carpenter 212 Clay 
Kuhne John, cook Meyer's Hotel 
Kuhne Jacob, laborer, E s Larkiu bet Sacramento 

and California 
Kuhnhauber John, dwl S s Sacramento bet Jones 

and Leavenworth 
Kuhnhauser Adolph, waiter Wimmer's Coffee 

Saloon, dwl cor Vallejo and Battery 
Kuhrlander Solomon, peddler, dwl Rassette Place 

near Sutter 
Kull Doritha (widow) dwl S s Vallejo nr Powell 
Kunaht August, driver Meyer's Hotel 
Kunast August, salesman with A. S. Rosenbaum 

& Co. dwl 276 Powell 
Kunce John, dwl N s Green near Powell 
Kundel Ellen, bds with Capt William Griffin 
KUNFR A LBERT, seal-engraver and die-sinker, 

167 Washington, dwl S s Clementina bet 

Third and Fourth 
Kunneke Henry, shoemaker, 79 Bush, dwl 

Montgomery near Bush 
Kurnitzki Abraham, clothes-renovator, 34 Leides 
Kurt/. William W. printer, dwl SW cor Larkin 

and Union 
Kusel Solomon A. clerk with Unger, Wolf & Co. 

dwl St. Nicholas Hotel 
Kustner John, compositor California Democrat 
Kustner X. cap-maker, dwl 69 Jackson 
Kutner Adolph, porter, dwl N s Sutter between 

Dupont and Kearny 
Kutscher Charles, machinist Fulton Foundry, 

bds 14 Sansome 
Kyle J. J. bds What Cheer House 
Kyle John, carpenter, dwl Market near Stewart 
Kyle Thomas, drayman, dwlN s St. Marks Place 

near Kearny 



LAB ATT nENRY, attorney-at-law, SW cor 

Montgomery and Com, dwl 244 Vallejo 
Labatt Joseph J. salesman with II. Bachman, 

dwl X s Mission nr Fourth 
Labatur Peter, cook, dwl 200 Pacific, rear 
Labbe Louis, workman with J. 11. Cordier & Co. 

129 Commercial 
Labedra Mariano, laborer Martin's Restaurant 
Laborveau Robert, turner, bds King's Exchange, 

First 
Labour Isaack, stone-cutter, Fort Point 
Labritton E. Joseph, book-keeper, dwl N s Ste- 
venson bet Third and Fourth 
Labroussc E. produce, dwl Polk Lane 
Lacaza Victor, steward at Chaumond & Marellin, 

dwl St. Marks Place bet Dupont and Kearny 
Lace] C. architect, SE cor Montgomery and Cal 
Lacey Henry, barkeeper with Vv. C. Flint, dwl 

E s Battery nr Vallejo 
Lacey Robert, carpenter and builder, S s Vallejo 

bet Kearny and Dupont 
Lacey Simon, shoemaker with James n. Swain, 

bds 186 California 
Lacheaux Marcus, waiter at 124 Washington 
Lachman Louis, tailor with H. Rotowaki, dwl 

cor Sacramento and Leavenworth 
Lacking William, carpenter, bds with Richard 

Palmer 
Lackman George, cook Metropolitan Hotel 
Lacosta Juan, butcher, bds with Juan Daset 
Lacour L. (J. E. Camera & Co.) dwl 200 Stockton 
Lacy Edward S. Rev. pastor First Congrega- 
tional Church, bds with Asa C. Nichols 
Lacy Nicholas, laborer, dwl Salmon Place bet 

Pacific and Broadway 
LADD AURELIUS T. feed store, NE cor Third 

and Jessie 
Ladd Charles J. wheelwright with Nelson & Do- 

ble, dwl E s Belden bet Pine and Rush 
Ladd George, watchmaker and jeweler, 127 

Montgomery 
Ladd George S. book-keeper State Telegraph 

Co. dwl 125 Sacramento 
Ladd J. W. (Ladd, Reed & Co. Portland, O.) 

office 91 Front, dwl 179 Dupont 
Ladd Moore, Irving Bakery, NE cor Ecker and 

Lick Alley 
Ladd W. Frank ( Charles W. Brooks & Co.) bds 

269 Stockton 
Laeffe Adelia, domestic with Frank Baker 
Lafaille Samuel, carpenter, dwl W s Leaven- 
worth bet Green and Union 
Lafebvre J. laborer with E. Cardinet, dwl Ns 

Lombard bet Mason and Powell 
Lafferty Barney, lamplighter S. F. Gas Co. dwl 

with Charles Lafferty 
Lafferty Chas. distillery, S s Brannan bet Second 

and Third, and lamplighter S. F. lias Co. 
Lafferty F. watchman U. S. Branch Mint 
Lafferty Francis, dwl 23 Second 
Lafferty James, laborer, dwl S s Bdwy nr San 
Ratlin James, saloon, SB cor Front and Vallejo, 

dwl S" s Vallejo nr Front 
Lafond Frederick, teacher S. F. College, bds with 

Rev. J. Chittenden 



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Lafontaine Anton J. job-printing office, L03 Mer- 
chant, dwl 17 1 ('lay 

Laghl Willi: job wagon, dwl 20 Cle ntina 

Lagoarde Bernard, gunsmith, 206 Washington 
Laguna A. de I.''", dwl E s Mason or Pine 
Lahusan Henry, Henry's Oyster Saloon, 86 

Montgomery, dwl W s Dupontnr Bush 
Laidley Henry, commission merchant, 37 Clay, 

dwl X K cor I >ii]>< >n r and Butter 
Laidley Jaa. drivei- Chelsea Laundry, dwl Silver 

be1 Third and Fourth 
Laime Louis, waiter, dwl X s Green nr Stockton 
Laime Mme. dressmaker, dwl X e Green near 

Stockton 
Laine Jule, lapidary with E. Rondel 
Laird 1>. lids What Cheer House 
Laird James L clerk with B. G. Latimer, dwl 

X\V cor California and Davis 
Laird Thomas, gas-fitter, L67 Montgomery 
Lake Delos (Janes, L. & Boyd) dwl BE cor Clay 

and Kearny 
Lakeman ('has, dwl S s Union. 2 doors E Jones 
Lakeman 11. A. express wagon, dwl S s Union 

bet Taylor and Mason 
Lakeinann {Win.) & Helinken {John T.) hard 

ware. L30 Kearny 
Lalaway Mme. (widow) dwl 15 St. Mary 
Lallemand Henri, watch-maker, 241 Pacific 
Lallemand Mary Mme. dressmaker, 122 Bdwy 
Lally 0. (widow) saloon, 10.") Jackson 
Land i Bridget, domestic with EL H. Ilaight 
Lamb Francis, tinsmith, dwl S s Stevenson bet 

Second and Third 
Lamb Goo. dwl SW cor Sacramento and Stock 
Lamb Philip, machinist, dwl 61 Natoma 
Lamb Sarah (widow) dwl 8 Bay State Row 
Lamb Thomas J. ( Win. Newell & Co.) X a Green- 
wich R Dupont 
Lambeck Christian, job wagon, dwl E s Beale 

bet Harrison and Bryant 
Lambert Albert, seaman, dwl with C. L. Ham- 
bur- 
Lambert Chas. office with R. E. Brewster & Co. 
Lambert ('has. R. miner, bds Summer St. House 
Lambert Edw. A. blacksmith with T. Ogg Shaw, 

dwl E s Sansome nr Broadway 
Lambert Edward E. machinist, dwl NE cor 

Sacramento and Liedesdorff 
Lambert Fred'k, German Bakery. Xs Greenwich 

nr Mason 
LAMBERT (George G.) & DAXIELL {Charles 

P.) insurance agents, SE eor Battery and 

Commercial, dwl SW cor Powell and John 
Lambert Gilbert, broker, dwl with Jas. Landers 
LAMBERT JOSEPH, agent Alta California 

Telegraph Co. SW cor Mont and Merchant 
Lambert Perry, mangier Chelsea Laundry 
Lambert R. EL Mrs. general agent Sailors' Home, 

W s Front nr Pacific 
Lambert Vincent, cooper Bay City Brewery 
Lambert Wm. (Hucks & L.) dwl N s Natoma bet 

Jane and Third 
Lambil John, nurse, dwl NE cor Stockton and 

Francisco 
Lamborn Stephen M. carpenter, dwl N s Everett 

bet Third and Fourth 
Lameroux Samuel, painter, dwl E s Yerba Buena 

near Clay 



Lami Mme. Sazerac Liquor Saloon, SK corner 

Dupoirl and Pine 

Lamkin Sampson. Deputy T T . S. Marshal, offloe 
17 P. s. Court Building, Battery, dwl Ws 
Kearny nr Pacific 

Lamm H. Mrs. (Goldsmith d- Co.) dwl 203 Clay 

hammers Hiedriek. clerk with Martin Lao 

LAMMERS MARTIN, g - W cor Mont- 

gomery and Union 
Lamotte Paul, liquor saloon, S a Pacific bet Davis 

and I 'rum 
Lampman Henry, engineer, dwl 177 Pine 
Lampman Robert, job-printer with Agnew & 

Defiebacb 
Lamprey Henry, spile-driver, dwl K s Main bet 

FolSOm and Harrison 
Lanburn T. T. dwl SW cor Geary and Dupont 
Lancaster Margaret M. S. (widow) ae 

matron 1 Ionic of tin- Inebriate. NE cor San- 
some and Pine 
Lancaster Robert, seaman, bds Columbia House. 

Stewart 
Lancaster Wm. laborer with C. D. ECoyt 
Lanctot B. teacher Chinese school, dwl NE cor 

Sacramento and Stockton 
Lancy Thomas C. painter, bds with Mrs. Fox 
Land Agnes Miss, actress at Maguire's Opera 

Hon 
Land Chauncy B. lumber merchant, dwl S side 

Washington bet Taylor and Jones 
Land Isabel Miss, aetress Maguire's Opera House 
Lander P. P. real-estate, bds with Mrs. Bowie, 

S s Sacramento nr Powell 
Landers James, liquor saloon, NW cor Market 

and Kearny 
Landers John A. (Taaffe, McCahiU & Co.) dwl N 

s Tehama bet First and Second 
Landesman John, clerk, 147 Sacramento 
Landesman Osias, merchant, dwl 147 Sacramento 
Landesman Rosa Miss, millinery and fancy goods, 

147 Sacramento 
Landire X'. salesman, bds What Cheer House 
Landis Gustav. clerk with M. Speyer, dwl S s 

Minna Viet First and Second 
Landon A. lids What Cheer House 
Landrie T. bda What Cheer House 
Landry Herbert, collector with Abel Guy, dwl 

Washington op Post Office 
Landry Therence. cooper. 24 Davis, boards cor 

Broadway and Kearny 
Landsberger A. clothing, 75 Pacific, bds Atlantic 

House 
Landsberger Izadore, dwl XW cor Dupont and 

Virginia Place 
LANDSBERGER JOHN, German coffee saloon, 

150 Montgomery, dwl 127 Dupont 
Landsberger Joseph, waiter, bds 62 and G4 Pac 
Landstrip Richard, with Col. William H. Wood, 

Presidio Road 
Lane Alley Mrs. dressmaker, SW corner Mission 

and Second 
Lane Andrew G. stevedore, dwl SW cor Mission 

and Second 
Lane F. barkeeper, dwl NE cor Union Place and 

Union 
Lane Henry C. barkeeper, 126 Kearny, dwl E s 

Pratt Court nr California 
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Lane .lames, plasterer, bds89 Bush 
Lane M. B. laborer Benaley Water Works 
Lane Michael, laborer, dwl X s Union between 

Kearny ami Montgomery 
Lane Michael, carpenter, bds with And'w Turner 
Lane Nathaniel, wagon-maker, dwl 19 Battery 
Lane Nath'l ('. 00m. produce, SW COr Clay ami 

Davis, dwl SW cor Powell and Kllis 

Lane Nathaniel P. clerk with X. 0. Lane, boards 

with Nathaniel C. Lane 
Lane Philip, barber with Ciprico £ Kwald 
Lane Robert, laborer, dwl W 8 Mam bet Polsom 

and Harrison, rear 
Lane' Thomas A, laborer State Ganger's office, 

dwl S a Greenwich bel Stock and Dupont 
Lanendin Joseph, waiter with Bryan & Blumen- 

thal. dwl 127 Clay 
Lane.- Catherine Mrs. cap manf. 201 Wash 
Lang Charles E. sign and ornamental painter, 

L69 Montgomery, dwl B a Mason nr Union 
Lang Ferdinand, cigar-maker, dwl with L. P. 

Frank 
Lang .1. L. dwl 109 Broadway 
Lang Louis (Staud & L.) dwl SK cor Sansome 

and Pacific 
Lang Morris, laborer Fort Point, bds Fort Point 
Lang Samuel W. Bait-worker with Oakley & 

Jackson, dwl Xs Minna bet .Line and Third 
Langer Leon. (Kamskr & L.) dwl D4 Pacific 
LANG HUMAN WILLIAM, importerand jobber 

cigars and tobacco, 83 Clay, dwl W a Pow- 
ell, one door from Green 
Langel Frederick, Dupont Market, SE cor Dupont 

and Vallejo 
Langfeldt Louis, dry goods, dwl X T s Vallejo nr 

Dupont 
Langgat Joseph, cook Saulmann'e Restaurant, 

dwl Washington House 
Langland Nelson P. stair-builder, SW cor Mis- 
sion and Fremont, dwl 163 Mission 
Langley Alfred J. (C. & A. J. L. and R. Hall & 

dwl B s Fremont nr Folsom 
LANGLEY CBARLES4 ALFRED J. importers 

drugs and medicines, 39 Commercial (andR. 

llafl db Ob.) dwl E s Fremont nr Folsom 
Langley David I. teamster, dwl W s First bet 

Mission and Minna 
LANGLEY UFXUY G. editor and publisher 

California State Register, State Almanac, 

San Francisco Directory, etc., office 144 

Washington, rooms .'i and 4 
Langley Moses, milkman at Fellows' milk-ranch, 

Presidio Road op Presidio House 
Langley Thos. D. dwl with 'i'aplin & Hunt 
Langley Win. A. laboratory U. S. 13. Mint, dwl S 

8 Lush near Mason 
Langlois Israel, clerk with Anderson, Riley & 

Wood, dwl 69 Clay 

nan. dry goods, W s Second 

bet Mission and Jessie 
Langton A. T. purchasing agent, 103 Wash 
LangtOQ Thomas, drayman with J. C. llorau&Co. 
Langwall Chas. seaman, bds 186 Sansome 
Lankenau Frederick, clerk with Dedrick Wrede 
Lanlesa W. Maguire'a Opera House 
Lannay (Peter) and Fick {Joseph} locksmiths, 

139 Jackson, dwl E s Dupont bet Greenwich 

and Lombard 



13 



Lannay V. B. Mine, teacher of French, S s Val- 
lejo op St. Francis Church 

Lannigan Man (widow) dwl S s Folsom bet 
Third and Fourth 

Lanpher Charles A. saloon, Ns Brannan near 

Johnston 
Lansdale I. W. manager for D. R. Provost & Co. 

dwl SW cor Larkin and Green 
Lanthaume Lotus. French Bakery, 161 Com 

Lanszweert Louis, chemist, dwl 147 Sacramento 
LANZENBEEG M. & Co. (John ffahn) Lmptrs 

and dealers cloths, eassinieres, etc., 174 

Clay, resides Paris . 
Lapachet B. D. barkeeper Bella Union Melodeon 
Lapfgeer August, professor music. NEcor Wash 

and Dupont, dwl S s Howard bet Second 

and Third 
Lapidge Wm. F. eapt. P. M. S. John L. Stephens, 

dwl K s Sansome bet Cal and Pine 
La Plongeon Auguste, ambrotypist, bds with 

Mrs. F. Cadiz 
Lapouble Francis, at Lafayette Brewery, S s 

Green nr Powell 
Larco Nicholas, groceries and provisions, 138 

Jackson, dwl S s Green bet Kearny and 

Montgomery 
Larcombe Joseph B. carpenter, dwl cor Dupont 

and Broadway 
Larde Ansehnc, saloon, Pre'o Road nr Pre'o Use 
Larden Cornelius, waiter, bds What Cheer Hotel 
Lardner Wm. shoemaker. 63 Pacific 
Larey Thomas, at Philadelphia Market, 220 

Stockton 
Large Benoit (MmgroUe & L.) 236 Pacific 
Largest Wilhem, seaman, dwells L'uion House, 

Stewart 
Larimer Asenath (widow) matron Ladies' Pro- 
tection and Relief Society, cor Tehama and 

Second 
Larkey James, dwl S s Filbert nr Dupont 
Larkin Christopher II. musician, dwl 249 Clay 
Larkin Edward, dwl 106 Dupont 
Larkin Fredrick H. office N B cor Montgomery and 

Bush, dwl 282 Stockton 
Larkin Peter, dwl W s St. Marys nr Pine 
Larkin Sauner, bds Western House. Stewart 
Larkin Thomas 0. office estate, NE cor Mont 

and Bush 
Larkin Thomas O. Mrs. (widow) dwl 282 Stock 
Larkin Terrenee. laborer, dwl SE eor Sutter and 

Powell 
Larkin Wm. laborer, bds with Geo. McLaughlin 
Larkins William, coach-painter with Pollard & 

Co. dwl N s Minna bet Jane and Second 
L'Armee Talmon Mine, midwife, 49 Bush 
Larnan Patrick, bricklayer, bds with Thomas 

Mi 1 lermott 
La Roche A. dwl XW cor Jackson and Mont 
La Roche. William M. dwl XW cor Sacramento 

and Prospect Place 
Larose Sarah Mrs. dwl 130 Bush 
Larque (C.) & Querillacq (John) cigars and to- 
bacco. Metropolitan Hotel dwl I'll Wash 
Larrabee Geo. B. watchmaker with Sperry & Co. 

dwl S s Bush near Mason 
Larrabee (John F.) & Brazer (John) books and 

cutlery, SE corner Com and Mont, dwl S s 

Bush bet Mason and Taylor 



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Larraio Antonio, oom. merchant, 31 day, dwl 

N W dot Mont and Pacific 
Larrimore Richard, builder, dwl Ss Union bet 

Powell and Stockton 
Larry Vincent, musician, dwl X b Pacnr Powell 
Larson Sans, shoemaker, N" s Belden bel Bush 

and Pine, bda Philadelphia Boi 

Lartigue Alexander, clerk, L58 Washington 

Larue .lames is. clerk steamer Oakland, resid'ee 
San Antonio 

Lasch Henry, miner, dwl KM Merchant 
Lascoul Eonore, barber with Payard & Con- 
stant 
Lassen N. C. (Andresen, Robertson & Co.) dwl 36 

Sansome 
Lastrets Nicholas, clerk with N. Larco 
Late N. 11. dwls 83 Hush 
Later Ellen Mrs. seamstress, dwls with Terence 

Conlin 
Latham Jas. carpenter, dwl W s Mason bet Fil- 
bert and Greenwich 
Latham Ja.s. K. S. teller bank Wells, Fargo & 

Co. dwl SE cor Dupont and Jackson 
Latham Richard, laborer, dwl Salmon bet Pacific 

and Broadway 
Lathrop Elisha X. carriage-trimmer with Albert 

Folsom, residence Oakland 
LATIMER BENJAMIN G. sup't New Orleans 

Warehouse. X~W cor California and Davis, 

dwl Harriet bet Simmons and Harris 
Latimer F. B. bds What Cheer House 
Latone ( Wm. S. col'd) & Starkey (Jas R. col'd) 

barbers, W s Stewart nr Mission 
Latoone Edward, cooper with Jas. Cartly 
Latz Henry, clothing, 1).") Pacific 
Latz Jacob, cigar-manufacturer, SW cor Mont 

and Summer 
Latz Samuel W. cigars and tobacco, SW cor 

Montgomery and Summer 
Lauder John, cooperage, 63 Washington 
Laueustein F. L. packer, dwl N s Green near 

Powell 
Lauer Henry, merchant, dwl 21 Minna 
Laughlin David, blacksmith, dwl SE cor First 

and Folsom 
Laughlin Hugh, carpenter, dwl SE cor Lombard 

and Hyde 
Laughlin John, soap-maker, dwl Tansen near 

Mason 
Laughlin John, watchman, Railroad House, 46 

Commercial 
Laughlin Mary Ann, domestic with J. Levinson 
Laughran Cecelia Miss, bds with Wm. Snook 
Laughran Mary Ann Mrs. (widow) bds with 

Wm. Snook 
Lauustein F. L. (Saulmann & L.) dwl N s Green 

bet Powell and Mason 
Laur Wm. salesman with M. Heller & Bros, bds 

Steepler's Exchange 
Laurens M. restaurant, dwl S s Vallejo bet Du- 
pont and Kearny 
Laurent Ange, bookbinder, 164 Commercial 
Laurent Athaile Madam, milliner, 147 Sacram'to 
Laurent Fred, actor, dwl 147 Sacramento 
Laurion James J. salesman with Scellier & Lion, 

bds Oriental Hotel 
Lauterwasser C. baker, N s Mission bet Fourth 

and Fifth 



LAUTERWASSER (F. P.) & MAT {John A.) 
Golden Gate Market, SB cor Clark and 
Davis 

Lavell Michael, bootmaker, dwl SW cor Mason 

and Clay 

Lavergne Antoine, French bootmaker, 166 Kear 
Lavery Margaret (widow) dwl s s Jessie bet 

Third and Annie 

Lavery .Mary .Miss, dressmaker, S 8 Jessie bet 
Third and Annie 

Lavignac John Baptist, merchant, dwl 200 Pa- 
cific, rear 

Lavigne P. Liquor saloon, N s Pacific bet Kearny 

and Kupont 
Lavinskie D. porter, bds What Cheer House 
LAVIOSA (Frcmcu & Joseph) MARENGO (Jno.) 

A 00. (Km ilr Pascal) liquors and provisions, 

169 Sansome, res Genoa, Italy 
Laviosa Joseph (Laviosa, Marengo & Co.) dwl 169 

Sansome 
Law Chas. bootmaker, bds Atlantic Hotel, Pa- 

cilic 
Law Henry, plumber at 167 Montgomery, dwlW 

s Mason bet Sacramento and Clay 
Lawler John, runner, dwl X s St. Charles near 

Kearny 
Lawler John, wood, dwl E s Beale bet Harrison 

and Bryant 
Lawler Joseph (HtUemchinidt <k L.) dwl Potrero, 

S Brannan St. Bridge 
Lawler Peter, dwl 256 Stockton 
Lawler Peter H. clerk, dwl S s Stevenson near 

■ond 
Lawler Rudolph C. book-keeper with Fretz & 

Ralston, dwl E s Calhoun nr Green 
Lawler Wm. gold and silver worker, dwl E s 

Powell nr Pine 
Lawless J. A. Miss, teacher Hyde St. School 
Lawless Jas. saddler, dwl X s Pine nr Mason 
Lawless Jas. H. book-keeper with Irvine & Co. 

58 Front 
Lawless Joiin, barkeeper, dwl N s Vallejo nr 

Powell rear 
Lawless John, waiter Metropolitan Hotel 
Lawless Laurence, laborer, dwl X s Howard bet 

Third and Fourth 
Lawless M. saddles and harness, 94 California, 

bds cor Pine and Mason 
Lawless Walter, barber with Fox & Schmidt, dwl 

124 California 
Lawley Jas. real estate, dwl 1 80 Jackson 
Lawlor Geo. (Molt <k L.) dwl NW eor Third and 

Silver 
Lawlor John M. book-keeper Oriental Hotel 
Lawrence Albert, seaman, dwl SW cor Drumm 

and Washington 
Lawrence Andrew J. compositor Police Gazette, 

dwl 204 Stockton 
Lawrence C. C. bds Brooks House 
Lawrence Edward A. attorney-at-law, 137 Mont- 
gomery 
Lawrence Francis, waterman, dwl E s Hampton 

Place bet Folsom and Harrison 
Lawrence Frank S. letter department Wells, 

Fargo & Co. 
Lawrence Fredk. W. clerk San Francisco Sugar 

Refinery, 59 and 61 Sansome, dwl Minna nr 

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Lawrence George, butcher with Martenstein & 
Mud son 

Lawrence (Geo. S.) & Houseworth (Thomas) op- 
ticians. lTTi lay 

Lawrence Henry II. weighnian U. S. B. Mint, 
dwl 20 Beale 

Lawrence J. K. metal-roofer with John Kehoe, 
dwl 126 Bush 

Lawrence John, carpenter, bds 58 Pacific 

LAWRENCE JOSEPH E. (Brooks & L.) and 
entry dark Custom House, dwl Pioneer 
Rooms H»7 Washington 

Lawrence L. L. office at A. (!. Ranisdell's coal 
yard. X s Jackson nr Davis, dwl F s Vin- 
cent bet Green and Union 

Lawrence Patrick, painter, dwl Branch Hotel 

Lawrence Susan Mrs. laundry, dwl X 8 St. 
Charles ur Kearny 

Lawrence Wm. B. clerk with Joseph Bassett, 
dwl 13 Washington 

Lawrence Win. D. (Bragg & Co.) dwl Brooks 
House 

Lawrence Wm, H. dwl S s Minna bet Third and 
Fourth 

Laws (lias, (eol'd) cook, 295 Pacific nr Powell 

Laws John, laborer with R. Merriman 

Lawson Albert mason, dwl XAV cor Powell and 
Pine 

Lawson Charles, barkeeper, dwl 348 Stockton 

Lawson Charles, waiter. 1 Custom House Block 

Lawson Frederick (T. M. Lindemaim & Co.) 
dwl SE cor Berry and Dupont 

Lawson James S. captain brig Fauutleroy, U. S. 
Coast Survey, dwl with Daniel Xorcross 

Lawson John, tinsmith with John Battersby 

Lawson Thomas 13. ship-carpenter with Wm. 
Robinson, dwl 101 Kearny 

Lawton Asa T. merchant, XW cor Front and 
Commercial, dwl X s California bet Stockton 
and Dupont 

Lawton Franklin, Receiving Clerk U. S. Apprs. 
C. II. dwl with Wm. W. Lawton 

Lawton George, machinist Miners' Foundry, bds 
1 1 Minna 

Lawton Horatio X. tailor with R. T. Houston & 
Co. dwl 117 Merchant 

Lawton (John II.) k Claprick (John) carriage- 
makers, X s Market bet Kearny and Mont- 
gomery, dwl F s Taylor bet Geary and Post 

Lawton J. W. Cudworth s milk-ranch, Presidio 
Road near Lagoon 

Lawton Orlando (Ihujues & L.) 128 Sansome 

Lawton Theodore, with Wheeler Martin, dwl Ss 
Folsom bet Third and Hawthorne 

Lawton William S. clerk with Redington & Co. 
lids with Theodore Lawton 

Lawton Wm. W. Notary Public, 135 California, 
dwl X s Stevenson bet Third and Fourth 

Layton Frank, porter with J. J. Lecount, dwl 
cor Montgomery and Union 

Lavton William, stone-cutter. Fort Point 

LAZARD FRERES (.1. & A E. Lazard) im- 
porters and jobbers dry goods, 64 Sacra- 
mento, residence Paris 

Lazard E. (Lazard Freret) dwl 64 Sacramento 

Lazard S. (Lazard Freres) dwl til Sacramento 

Lazier Allen, laborer Bensley Water Works 

Leach Charles, bds Western House, Stewart 



Leach John C. dwl SW cor Montgomery and Clay 

Leach Stephen W. professor music, bds with Mrs. 

S. J. Adams, X K cor Sutter and Montgomery 
Leadner Samuel W. laborer, dwl SE cor Cali- 
fornia and Leavenworth 
Leahy Daniel, groceries, cor Leav and Broadway 
Leahy Daniel, clerk with Daniel O'Keefe 
Leahy Michael, laborer, dwl F s Feker bet Jessie 

and Stevenson 
Leahy Robert, laborer, dwl W s Baldwin Court 

bet Folsom and Howard 
Leaker Frederick, cigar-maker, 13 Yirgii.i i Place 
Leamaii Louis, clerk with II. Kozmin.-ky. dwl 

cor East and Sacramento 
Learned Andrew M. machinist, dwl X s Tehama 

Viet Third and Fourth 
Learned A. S. barber with Alphonzo Dam, dwl 

Oriental Hotel 
Leary Dennis, drayman, dwl S s Geary between 

Mason and Powell, rear 
Leary John, porter, dwl X s Broadway nr Powell 
Leary John, workman with J. G. Clark & Co. 
Leary John, laborer, dwl with John Collins 
Leask John, clerk. 85 Washington 
Leavitt A. P. (widow) dwl Ss Geary bet Kearny 

and Dupont 
Leavitt Charles H. blacksmith with C. Xutting, 

SE cor Kearny and Washington 
Leavitt Ed. M. seaman, dwl with John Fullerton 
Leavitt John B. carpenter, dwl 105 Dupont 
Leavitt Joseph, dwl SE cor Sacramento and Davis 
Leavitt Joseph S. steamship Sonora, dwl S s 

California bet Dupont and Stockton 
Lebatard Alphonse, with Michael Lebatard, dwl 

127 Washington 
LEBATARD MICHAEL, groceries, 127 Wash 
Le Blanc Madame A. mdliner, S s Vallejo op St. 

Francis Church 
Lebreveau Robert, wood-turner with Parrish & 

Co. dwl Fremont near Mission 
Lecarre Hypolyte, waiter Martin's Restaurant 
Le Chance Francis, ship-carpenter, E s Beale nr 

Mission 
Leclerc John, dwl S s Lombard near Stockton 
Leeloy Felix, distiller with J. F. Castera & Co. 
Leconey James C. clerk with John W. Welling 

A- Co. dwl 210 Clay 
Leconey John 0. salesman with Holcombe Bros. 

dwl 21 u Clay 
Leconev Sarah Mrs. milliner, 210 Clay 
LECOUNT JOSIAH J. importer and manufac- 
' taring stationer, books and fancy goods, 

111 Montgomery 
Lecount Thomas R. witli J. J. Lecount, 111 Mont 
Lecroq Frederick, washer, bds with G. Lecroq 
Lecroq Gustave, laundry, dwl SF cor Sutter and 

Mason 
Lecroq Xoiel, cook with Julie Moulin 
Leddeu James, carpenter, dwl W s Feker near 

Folsom 
Leddy James T. salesman with A. Austin & Co. 

bds Metropolitan Hotel 
Le Due Isadore (Bar miliar <fe L.) bds with ("has. 

Barraillac 
Ledwith Anna Mrs. midwife, dwl X s Pine bet 

Dupont and Kearny 
Lee B. Bruce, agent S. C. Hastings, dwl Virginia 

near Jackson 



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jamin F. saah-maker, Market St. Mills, 
dwl cor M:iHim and Washington 
Lee Charles, ship-master, dwl Nelson's B 
rant, 9 and 5 Jackson 

(Chinaman) washing and ironing, N s 
Broadway near Btookton 
orge, stevedore, boards Columbia House, 

St i -wart 

Lee Franklin Y. (Burnett cfc L.) dwl N 8 Wash- 
ington near Taylor 

Lee Henry, mattress-maker with C. Schreiber, 
dwl Now York Bote! 

Lee Henry C. book-keeper Bather ft Church, 
dwl W s Second bet Harrison and silver 

Lee Henry II. (colored) waiter, dwl S s Card's 
Alley near* Stockton 

Lee James, liquors, N s Pacific near Dupont 

Lee James 11. laborer, i>ds 6 Commercial 

Lee .lames W. folder Chelsea Laundry 

Lee John, porter, dwl 85 Kearny 

Lee Joseph, Bign and ornamental painter, 84 

Hush, dwl "83 Bush 
Lee Margaret (widow) dwl NW cor Mission and 

Jane 
Lee Michael, S. F. Sugar Refinery, cor Harrison 

and Price 
Lee Patrick, laborer, dwl S s Ver Mehr Place 
Lee Patrick, laborer, dwl S s Harrison bet Third 

and Fourth 
Lee Robert, porter with J. B. Thomas, dwl 

Sauna Place 
Lee Thomas, stevedore, dwl NE cor Yallejo and 

Dupont 
Lee Thomas, seaman, bds Columbia H. Stewart 
Lee \V. G., U. S. Sutler, Presidio, dwl Presidio 

Road, E of Presidio House 
Lee William, express wagon, dwl S s Howard 

bet Third and Fourth 
Leech Robert, gardener with G. W. P. Bissell 
Leech Robert G. florist, dwl Everett bet Fifth 

and Simmons 
Leedham Isaac, book-keeper with B. Davidson, 

dwl 212 Washington 
Leedham James, dwl 400 Stockton 
Leek Mary Mrs. SE cor Sacramento and Davis 
Leelere Mary (widow) dwl W s Spoflbrd bet 

Clay and Washington 
Lees Isaiah W. Captain Police, City Hall, dwl S 

s Yallejo nr Stockton 
Leaser Lewis, clerk with Triest & Livingston, 

dwl 94 Sacramento 
Leet Antoine, wood-dealer, dwl N s Lewis bet 

Jones and Taylor 
Lefebre Leon P. fisherman, dwl N s Lombard nr 

Powell 
LEFEYRE {Baptist) & CO.(Theodore Bogel) drug- 
gists, SE cor Washington and Dupont 
Lefevre Louis L. gardener, S s Center bet Folsom 

and Howard 
Leffingway George, broker, dwl 92 Front 
LEFFINGWELL HENRY, real-estate and 

monev broker, Mont Blk. dwl 218 Sac 
LEFFINGWELL WILLIAM, real-estate broker, 

118 Montgomery, bds Oriental Hotel 
Lefort Edward, interpreter languages, 240 Jack 
Lefranc Charles, upholsterer and decorator, 212 

Washington 
Le Gay Charles, 150 and 152 Commercial 



LB GAT (John B.) ft 00. Importers and manu- 
facturer hats, caps, etc. 150 and [52 Com 

Legg James ]•]. printer Christian Advocate office, 
hds llillman's Tempera 
I J. hds Tehama House 

Lehey Patrick, laborer, Fort Point 

Lehey Thomas, spinner s. F. Woolen Factory, 

Black Point 
Lehman Georgej watchmaker and jeweler, 228 

Dupont 
Lehman Win. bootmaker, 121 Bush 
Lehmkuhl Hermann (Hampton & L.) dwl NE 

cor Minna and Fourth 
Lehmkuhl Hermann J. clerk with Robert 

Hamilton 
Lehn Jacob, steward Wimmer's Coffee Saloon, 

dwl sW oor Washington and Waverley PI 
Lehr Frank, cook Clayton House 
Lehrs Albert, drayman with J. D. Arthur & Son, 

dwl SW cor Broadway and Ohio 
Leibert John G. bricklayer, dwl N s Union bet 

Mason and Taylor 
Leicken Henry A. bds New Atlantic Hotel 
Leichter Adams, clerk with Jacob Gundlach, 86 

Montgomery 
Leighton Charles F. plasterer, dwl N s Minna 

bet Jane and Seen id 
Leipier George, with Henry Johnson & Co. bds 

280 Stockton 
Leipmann N. cigars and liquors, bds with Simon 

Lobe 
Leipnitz Gustave, druggist, 82 Kearny, boards 

Philadelphia House 
Leipsic Isaac, dwl S s Dupont Alley 
Leiser John A. bootmaker, dwl 7 Specht's Bdg, 

99 Broadway 
Leisner Nicholas, cigar-maker, dwl SW cor Post 

and Dupont 
Leite Antonio M. wood and coal, SE cor Market 

and East, dwl Louis bet Taylor and Jones 
Leith Louisa (widow) dressmaker, dwl N s 

Stockton bet Union and Green, rear 
Lekens (Peter) & Co. ( Win. Erkeris) cabinet- 
makers, 190 Jackson 
Lekin Thomas, laborer, dwl S s Merchant bet 

Drumm and East 
Leland G. H. Mrs. dwl Kent near Mason and 

Filbert 
Leland Sarah A. Mrs. boarding, 190 Cal 
Leland Wra. teamster, bds with S. 8. Morton 
Leland W. C. clerk, bds What Cheer House 
Lelong Joseph, confectioner, 97 Davis 
Lemaitre Aisene, laundry at Lagoon 
Lemaitre Parl'ait, laundry California HoteL dwl 

nr Lagoon 
Lemaitre Wm. seaman, dwl W s McLaren Lane 

nr Mission 
Leman Walter M. actor, dwl S s Geary between 

Kearny and Dupont 
Lemar Robert C. salt, 84 Davis, dwl SW corner 

Folsom and Main, rear 
Lemarc Xavier, bootblack, SW cor Sac and San 
Lemeteyer Henry, plasterer, dwl S 8 St. Marks 

Place bet Stockton and Dupont 
Lemeure Frangois, laundry, dwl W s Powell nr 

Sutter 
Lemman George, captain bark Iwanowna, dwl 

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Lemmire Alexis, painter, dwl L38 Battery 
Lemmon Patrick, Sugar Refinery, cor Harrison 
and Price 

Lemmon William, drayman with "Wegener & 
Shoenbar 

Lemoine .lean 15. (Lemoitie, Froment k Co.) dwl 

cor Leidesdorff and Ilalleek 
Lenioine. (Joseph mnl Jean B.) Froment (Eugene') 

k Co. ( Felix Humbert) butter, cheese, etc. 

1 ami 2 New Market, dwl cor Ilalleck and 

Leidesdorff 
Lemon Geo. steward, dwl with Benjamin Harris 
Lemon Sidney, druggist, W s Davis nr Jackson 
Lena II. lodgings, S s Broadway nr Mason 
Lenakin Wm. laborer, dwl S s Bdwynr San 
Lendemann Charles, baker with Wm. Baker 
Lendrum John H. Captain U. S. Army, Presidio 
Lene Cornelius, laborer, dwl White bet Vallejo 

ami Green 
L'Enfer John, actor, dwl American Hotel 
Lenfest Lizzie Miss, dressmaker, dwl cor Powell 

and Geary 
Lenhardt A. upholsterer, 306 Stockton 
Lenhardt Francis, tailor, dwl E s Mason near 

O'Farrell 
Lenhart James M. clerk, dwl S s Sacramento 

near Kearny 
Lenhin Patrick, laborer, bds with M. J. Keleher 
Lennard Robert K. laborer, dwl E s Beale bet 

Folsom and Harrison 
Lennox D. S. bds Seymour House 
Lennox Jarvis, N s Union nr Stockton, rear 
LENT, ( Wm, M.) SHERWOOD (B. F.) k CO. 

commission merchants, 103 Washington 
Lents Owen, teamster with Martin Brannan 
Lentz Lewis H. ship-master, dwl 40 Bush 
Leon Brothers (Geo. T. and John T.) butchers, 56 

Washington Market, dwl 40 Natoma 
Leon John, carpenter, dwl SW corner Front and 

Jackson 
Leon John T. (Leon Brothers) dwl 42 Natoma 
Leon John 15. clothing, dwl 233 Sacramento 
Leona Jacob, cigars, cor Clay and Montgomery, 

dwl 228 Sacramento 
Leonard Andrew, machinist Fulton Foundry 
Leonard Bridget, domestic with J. R. Lewis 
Leonard Catharine (widow) dwl S s Folsom bet 

Main and Spear 
Leonard Charles, bookseller, dwl SE cor Sansome 

and Commercial 
Leonard Charles G. book-keeper, dwl Benton 

lion 
Leonard Charles J. book-keeper with Hodge k 

Wood, dwl SE cor Sansome and Commercial 
Leonard Daniel, laborer, dwl SW cor Jessie and 

Annie 
Leonard Edward A. cabinet-maker with A. 

Brooks, dwl Bush abv Dupont, rear 
Leonard Ephraim W. office NW cor Sacramento 

and Montgomery 
Leonard George, hostler, 194 Kearny, bds 34 

Weill, 

Leonard (Harvey R.) k Eisen (August F.) archi- 
tects, SE cor Montgomery and California, 
dwl N s Green nr Vincent 

Leonard Hiram Maj. Paymaster U. S. A. 44 
Bush 

Leonard James, laborer, bds with J. McDevitt 



Leonard Joseph B. superintendent Industrial 

School, dwl B s Hawthorne nr Folsom 
Leonard M. bds Benton House 

Leonard Mark, carpenter, dwl W s William bet 

Jones and Taylor 
Leonard Patrick, hostler with Brown k Dennis, 

bds with Pat. Burns 
Leonard Robert K. Lone Star Saloon, pier 10 

Stewart, dwl E side Beale, bet Harrison 

and Bryant 
Leonard Samuel C. printer with Towne & Bacon, 

dwl with James R. Paullin 
Leonard Thomas C. principal Mission Grammar 

Sch., dwl E s Fourth bet Harrison and Clary 
Leonard Willard, broker, NW cor Front and 

Clay, bds with Mrs. S. J. Adams 
Leonardt Henry, shoemaker, 9 Clay 
Leony (Jacob C.) k Hirstel (Edward II.) cigars, 

SE cor Clay and Montgomery, dwl N s Sac- 
ramento nr Stockton 
Leopold Henry, birds, dwl American Hotel 
Leopold Joseph ( Weiller Brothers & Co.) res 

Baltimore 
Leperey P. hay and grain, Pacific bet Taylor and 

Jones 
Leppien Frederick, salesman with Frank Baker, 

dwl N s Green nr Larkin 
Lerbs Henry, barkeeper, bds with L. Kihlmoyer 
Lermen Jacob, liquor saloon, N s Broadway nr 

Davis, dwl S s Green nr Kearny 
Lermitte (Francis) k Co. (Felix Besson) coffee- 
saloon, 66 Merchant 
Lerner Anthony, laborer, dwl W s Brooks bet 

Market and Green 
Le Roi Nicholas, farmer, dwl Pacific bet Dupont 

and Stockton 
Leroux C. billiard-table manufacturer, 108 Bdwy 
Le Roy Theodore, importer paper-hangings, 11 2 

Montgomery, dwl 144 "Washington 
Lertora Antonio, dwl W s Bannam PI nr Union 
Lescarret Hippolyte, dwl 177 Dupont 
Lesney Richard, 'longshoreman, bds Pacific Ex- 
change, Stewart 
Lesser Louis, dwl 133 Bush, rear 
Lester Henry, carpenter, bds with Geo. Roeben 
Lestrade Paul, attorney-at-law with P. W. Shep- 

heard, dwl 194 Pacific 
Lestrange Margaret, domestic with J. R. West 
Leszynsky A. dry goods, 15 Kearny 
Leszynsky Lesser, dry goods, dwl S s Geary bet 

Kearny and Dupont 
Leszynsky Sam. salesman with H. Bachman, N s 

Mission nr Fourth 
Leterrier Peter, liquor saloon, E s Mission bet 

Sparks and Tracy 
Leturner John, carpenter, bds with Mrs. M. A. 

Ellert 
Leu Adolph, porter with Kohler, Frohling & 

Bauck, dwl 92 Pacific 
Leudner David, ship-carpenter, dwl SW cor 

Third and Brannan 
Leveaux Montreville, boots and shoes, 204 

Kearny 
Levea Manuel D. toll-collector, dwl W s Mont- 
gomery bet Green and Union 
Leventhal Adolph, tailor, 199 Pacific 
Leverett Edward J. game-keeper, dwl E side 

Brooks bet Geary and Market 



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Levey Jacob (M. Levey & Brothers) 278 Stockton 
Levey M. A Brothers (Morris, Mux and Jacob) 

dry goods, 27s Stockton 
Levey Max (J/, Eetrcy ,p /;,„>.) 278 Stockton 
Levey Morris (if. Levey db Bros. ) dwl X York City 
Levi Abraham, clothing, 7:'. and 75 Commercial 
Levi Albert A. salesman with J. Bellgman A- Co. 
Levi Alexander, tailor, W s Mavis or Jackson 
Levi Baer, band-cartman, dwl X s Stevenson bet 

Second and Ecker 
Levi Benjamin, boots and shoes, pier 5 Stewarl 
Levi Bernard, clerk with Godchaux Brothers, 

dwl X s Vallejo bet Stockton and PoweD 
Levi Emanuel, book-keeper with Dhlfelder .v 

Calm, dwl Virginia Place nr Dnpont 
Levi Henry & Co. {Leopold Loupe) wholesale 

grocers, 72 California, dwl 29 Minna 
Levi Leon, engineer, bds with Elisha P. Rogers 
Levi Leonidas, assistant engineer stmr Eclipse 
Levi Louis, tailor with Wood Brothers, dwl S s 

Sacramento bet Leavenworth and Hyde 
Levi Marks, clothing, Davis nr Pacific 
Levi Mary (widow) 244 Clay 
Levi Michael, dwl 205 Dupont 
Levi P. L. clothing, 189 Pacific 
Levi S. bds What Cheer House 
Levin Alex. & Co. (Lewis Levy) brewers, "W s 

Third bet Howard and Folsom 
Levine Abraham (Levine & Brother) dwl 4 Cus- 
tom House Block 
LEYIXK (Morris) & BROTHER (Abram Le- 
) importers and dealers dry goods, 154 

Sacramento and 250 Stockton, res N York 
Levinger Simon, book-keeper with Triest & Liv- 
ingston, dwl N s Yallejo bet Powell and 

Stockton 
Levins George, hostler with James Daurs 
Levinson C. Mrs. music-teacher, dwl SE eor 

Powell and Green 
Levinson Henry, cigars, 74 Battery, dwl SE cor 

Powell and Green 
Levinson Jacob, importer, 83 Battery 
Levinson Joseph, merchant, dwl N s Yallejo nr 

Stockton 
Levinson Louis, importers cigars and tobacco, 

83 Battery, dwl N s Green bet Dupont and 

Kearny 
Levinson Eosa Miss, bds with Henry Levinson 
Levison Joseph, clerk, bds with John Sutton 
Levison Joseph A. clerk, bds with Mrs. H. 

He wet t 
Levitre Michael, carpenter, bds Mechanics' 

Hotel 
Levitsky David, furniture and crockery, SE cor 

Third and Minna 
Levrteky Hermann, furniture and crockery, 12 

Second 
Levre Manuel D. assistant wharfinger, dwl X s 

Moulton Place nr Montgomery 
Levy Abraham, salesman, 111 Sacramento, dwl 

Dupont nr Bush 
Levy Abraham, peddler, 58 Kearny 
Levy Abram, dwl S s Harlan Place nr Dupont 
Levy Adolph, dry goods, 273 Dupont 
Levy Adolph, boots and shoes. 140 Battery 
Levy Alexandre, dry goods, 80 Kearny 
Levy Benjamin, merchant, dwl E s Stockton bet 

Bush and Sutter 



Levy Benj. fancy dry goodB, 181 Clay 

Levy Bernard, horse-trader, dwl Ss Post between 
Dupont and Kearny 

Levy Cbas. merchant, dwl 1 1 Minna 

Levy David J. furniture and crockery, W 8 

S COnd bet Natonw and Howard 

Has. clerk with G. •!. S. 1 1 vinos fcCo. dwl 

N s Commercial nr Sansome 
Levy Emanuel, book-keeper, dwl with Abram J. 

Brunn 
Levy II . (Summl ffinis & Co.") resident' Nevada 
Levy Henry (./. db II. Levy) dwl 269 Dupont 
Levy 1. .v Brother (./"litis Levy) dry goods, 274 

Stockton 
Levy I. dry goods, dwl N s Green nr Powell 

Levy Isaac (Cohen ,V Low. Yallecito) office with 

Simon Bros, bds St. Nicholas Hotel 
Levy Isador. dwl Spechfs Building, 99 Broadway 
Levy J. dwl W s Powell nr Union 
Levy J. & H. dry goods, 259 Dupont 
Levy John (•Braverman <fc L.) dwl N s Folsom 

bet Second and Third 
Levy Julius (St. Losky, Levy & Co.) dwl N s 

Sutter bet Dupont and Stockton 
Levy Julius (7. Levy & Bro.) 274 Stockton 
Levy Lazare, clothing. 151 Kearny 
Levy Lewis (Alexander & L.) dwl S s Sutter bet 

Dupont and Stockton 
Levy Lewis, salesman, bds What Cheer House 
Levy Louis (Alexander Levin & Co.) dwl S 8 

Sutter bet Dupont and Kearny 
Levy Louis, dwl 279 Dupont 
Levy Louis, clerk with Froomberg & Co. dwl 79 

Commercial 
Levy Max. watchmaker with Leon Mayer, dwl 

256 Dupont 
Levy M. B. clothing, SW cor Clay and East 
Levy Michael, clerk, 259 Dupont 
Levy S. bds "What Cheer House 
Levy Samuel, dwl E s Stockton bet Bush and 

Sutter 
Levy Samuel, clerk, dwl N s Sutter bet Kearny 

and Dupont 
Levy Samuel, clerk with Julius Baum, dwl N s 

Stevenson bet First and Second 
Levy Siegmund (St. Losky, L. & Co.) resides 

Havana 
Levy Solomon, clothing, 59 Jackson 
Lewantbal Joseph, glazier, dwl NE cor Dupont 

and Post 
Lewellyn Robert, groceries and liquors, N s Pa- 
cific nr Mason 
Lewenhelm J. importer, dwl 309 Stockton 
Lewis Albert, cook Driscoll & Stevens, dwl N s 

California bet Kearny and Dupont 
Lewis Andrew, seaman, dwl S s Folsom bet Main 

and Spear 
Lewis Augustus, dwl with Mrs. Caroline Mar- 
shall 
Lewis C. bds What Cheer House 
Lewis C. (widow) dwl 16 Sacramento 
Lewis Charles, barkeeper Half-Way House, 

Folsom 
Lewis Daniel, printer with Towne & Bacon, dwl 

SE cor Pine and Sansome 
Lewis David, printer, bds Benton House 
Lewis Edwin (Lewis & Sons) dwl N s Bush nr 

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Lewis K. Warren, contractor, dwl W s Dupont 

nr Filbert 
Lewis Fredk. R clerk with II. M. Newball&Go. 

dwl N a Tehama nr First 
Lewis Geo. carpenter, dwl S a Minna bet Fourth 

and Fifth 
Lewis Henry (col'd) porter with Pioche & 

Bayerque, dwl 8 a Greenwich nr Jones 
Lewis Henry L. commission merchant, dwl E s 

Jane bet Mission and Jessie 
Lewis Henry M. watches and jewelry. 189 Clay 
Lewis Joanna Mrs. furniture, E s Second bet 

Mission and Stevenson 
Lewis John, book-keeper, dwl with John J. 

Denny 
Lewis John. cook, bda with Wm. Nutter 
Lewis John B. clerk with J. W. Sullivan, dwl SW 

cor Dupont and Broadway 
Lewis Jno. B. laborer Warehouse dep't Custom 

House, dwl S s Harrison bet Fremont and 

First 
Lewis John J. master ferry-boat Contra Costa 
Lewis Joseph, bds What Cheer House 
Lewis Josiah, coach-painter. 85 Pine 
LEWIS (J. Roome) & SONS {Edwin and Rod- 
man P. Lewis) flour and grain, 9 Washing- 
ton, dwl NW cor Pine and Leavenworth 
Lewis Louis, dry goods, 152 Sacramento 
Lewis Lyon, school-teacher, 273 Vallejo 
Lewis M. bds St. Nicholas Hotel 
Lewis Mitchell M. watches and jewelry, 193 

Clay, dwl NW cor Bush and Milton Place 
Lewis Morris, dwl E s Second bet Mission and 

Stevenson 
Lewis Nathan (Goodhue & L.) dwl 47 Jessie 
Lewis Octavius W. painter with J. R. Kelly, dwl 

Oakland 
Lewis 0. P. clerk with Blackman, Howard & Co. 

dwl S s Howard bet Fourth and Fifth 
Lewis ( Oscar) & Culver (Jos. H.) pattern and 

nn ii lei makers. SW cor Fremont and Mission, 

dwl El Dorado Building 
Lewis Peter, fisherman, dwl N s Sacramento bet 

Druiniu and Hast 
Lewis Peter H. fisherman, dwl SE cor Sac and 

Drumm 
Lewis Phillip, clothing, dwl N s Vallejo near 

Stockton 
Lewis Richard, laborer, bds What Cheer House 
Lewis Rodman P. (Lewis & Sons) dwl 13 

Washington 
Lewis Sabin F. chief-engineer steamer Cortez, 

dwl t! Geary 
Lewis Samuel L. clerk with Hoclge & Wood, dwl 

4 Jane 
Lewis Samuel S. seaman, dwl N s Natoma bet 

Jane and Third 
Lewis Solomon, jeweler, dwl 42 First 
LEWIS WM. J. civil engineer, 49 Montgomery 

Block, dwl Metropolitan Hotel 
Leyba Plutarco, dwl 251 Kearny 
Leydon John, at Kane's ranch, near Mountain 

Lake 
LEYKAUFF ALEXANDER, commission mer- 
chant, 46 Front, up-stairs, dwl Harrison nr 

Fifth 
L'homme Auguste, cook with B. Gaune, 132 Clay 
L'Hoto Eloi, printer with L. Albin, dwl 280 Stock 



L'Hote Brothers ( Eugene and Rene VHote) hoots 

and shoes. 'J'JO I fuponl 

L'Hote Rene (L'Hote Brothers) dwl 220 Dupont 

Libba Peter, dwl s s Geary bet Leavenworth 

and Junes 
Libbey Solomon, carpenter, dwl with James S. 

Hunt 
Libbv Bben G. sea-captain, bds with George L. 

Trolfater 
Libby Win. II. teamster, bds with S. S. Morton 
DICK JAMES, office Lick's Flour Mils, llsClay, 

res Santa Clara County 
Lichtenberg Charles B. watches and jewelry, 140 

Montgomery 
Lichtenfels Mrs. Ann, liquor saloon, 37 Jackson 
Liechtenstein Solomon H. pawnbroker, 175 Com, 

dwl 275 Pacific 
Liddell Mary K. Mrs. Mission Hotel, W s Do- 
lores nr Center 
Liddle (Robert) & Kaeding (C. V. B.) gunsmiths, 

112 Washington, dwl N s Union nr Stock 
Liebenberg Charles, groceries and liquors, SEoor 

Battery and Pacific 
Liebermau Benard, cook Wimmer's Coffee Sal'n, 

bds Helvetia Hotel 
Liedes John, gardener, dwl with John Ryland 
Liepman Leopold, salesman with Steiubart Bros. 

dwl 80 California 
LIES EUGENE, attorney-at-law, 40 Montgom'y 

Block, dwl S s Post nr Stockton 
Liesenfeld Philip, billiard table manufacturer, 152 

and 154 Battery 
Lievre Francois, laborer with Wm. C. Walker 
Light John, haud-cartman, cor Davis and Bdwy, 

dwl cor Pacific and Davis 
Lightner Joel F. merchant, dwl with Thos. Gray 
Likens Isaac, book-keeper, dwl NW corner Wash 

and Sausome 
Lilienthal Henry, clerk, bds with Henry Cassans 
Lillie Byron, clerk with J. Bryant Hill & Co. 

dwl 286 Washington 
Lillie Hiram C. clerk with J. Bryant Hill & Co., 

dwl 286 Washington 
Lillie Lewis (J. Bryant Hill & Co.) dwl 286 

Washington 
Limputiker Christian, bds with J. Wissiski 
Lincoln B. B. fruits and confectionery, NE cor 

Sutter and Kearny 
Lincoln Bernard, clerk with Richard Rumrill, 

dwl SW cor Broadway and Dupont 
Lincoln Geo. W. drayman, dwl 108 Sacramento 
Lincoln H. L. bds Benton House 
Lincoln Horatio C. clerk with Howe & Co. dwl 

Brooks House 
Lincoln Jerome, with Calvin Paige, dwl Laurel 

Place 
Lincoln Jonas, clothing, dwl 165 Jessie 
Lincoln Mary Miss, dwl SE cor Commercial and 

Sansome 
Lincoln William A. dwl W s Jones corner 

Filbert 
Lind Edward, shoemaker with Holcombo Bros. 

dwl 98 Commercial 
Lind John, laborer with R. Merriman 
Lind John, brewer, dwl N s Clementina bet First 

and Second 
Lind John Y. assistant surgeon U. S. Marine 

Hospital, Rincon Point 



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Lindaman Morris, peddler, dwl N b Pacific or 

Powell, rear 
landau Arnold, groceries and liquors, NTV cor 

Davis and Washington 
Lindeman {Tobias .)/.) k •'<>. (Frederick Lawson) 

bakers, BE cor Berry and Duponl 
Lindenbaum John, clothing, W b Stewart bet 

Mission and Market 
Lindenberger T. E. ( Badger k L.) dwl N s Lom- 
bard nr Stockton 
Lindheimer M. boots and shoes. :'.:;."i Dupont 
Lindley David B. carpenter, dwl 38 Bush 
Lindner Conrad, steward Sauhnann's Restaurant 
Lindner Marks (Goodman A L.) dwl 69 Kearny 
Lindner S. bds St. Nicholas Hotel 
Lindop William, chief nurse U. S. Mariue Hos- 
pital. Rinoon Point 
Lindsey I>. dwl 215 Pacific 
Lindsey John, painter with J. R. Kelly, dwl S s 

Mission bet Price and Harris 
Lindsey Win. clerk, dwl with Mrs. G. Simpton 
Lindstrom J. lids What Cheer House 
Linehan Michael, laborer, dwl S s Stevenson bet 

First and Kcker 
Linehan Patk. boarding, 146 Mission 
Linehan Patk. laborer, dwl N s Folsom bet First 

and Fremont 
Linekiu Ira W. (Harding & L.) dwl SW cor Pine 

and Stockton 
Linen James, Tontine Saloon, NE cor Bush and 

Montgomery, dwl cor Geary and Dupont 
Linen John, laborer, dwl 106 Commercial 
Linen Joseph, laborer, dwl N s Mission between 

Brady and Hermann 
Line veil Francis, seaman, bds with Edward An- 
derson 
Linforth Alfred, tool-maker, dwl S s St. Mark's 

Place bet Kearny and Dupont 
Linforth James, book-keeper with F. A. Foster. 

dwl cor Page and Oetavia 
Linger Chas. drayman, dwl N s Brannan bet 

Second and Third 
Link Jacob, drayman, dwl S s Chestnut nr Mason 
Link V. turner, bds What Cheer House 
Link Valentine, blacksmith, dwl S s Bush bet 

Montgomery and Sansome 
Linn A. F. bds Brooks House 
Linsey Phebe (col'd) washing and ironing, dwl 

Pacific nr Hyde 
Linsey Thos. laborer, dwl N s Minna bet Third 

and Fourth 
Lin Sin (Chinese) washing, N s Pacific nr Dupont 
Linsley E. Wright, produce, cheese, butter, etc., 

55 Merchant 
Linthal Henry, porter with Jones & Bendixen, 

bds Bush nr Montgomery 
Linthrop Chas. laborer, dwl E s Vincent between 

Green and Union 
Linton John, paper-hanger and painter, dwls 149 

Kearny 
Liuville R. bds What Cheer House 
Liuville R. S. porter with Main & Winchester, 

dwl 68 Battery 
Lion Chahira, dwl S s Broadway bet Kearny and 

Dupont 
Lion Julia Miss, children's clothing, 305 Stockton 
Lion Kate Mrs. dwl 42 Post 
Lion Lazard (Scellier & L )dwl 168 Bush 



Lion Samson, refiner l T . S. B. Mint, dwl with 

Mrs. Kate Lion 
Lipman Charles P. (Randolph & L.) dwl Union 

( 'lull Rooms 

Lipman J. bds St. Nicholas Hotel 

Lipman Joseph, hair-dresser, 53 Commercial dwl 

E s Montgomery near Push 

Lipman Sarah, cook with Emily Stodole, 122 Clay 
Lipman Philip, furniture, 30 Second 

Lipmann Arthur, clerk, bds with Leopold Miller 
Lippincotl Amaaiah, carpenter, dwl S s Folsom 

bet Third and Hitch 
Lippitl Francis .1. attorney-at-law, 146 Clay 
Lippman Joseph, watchmaker, 167 Clay, dwl 

N 8 Clay bet Mason and Powell 

Lippman Maudel, laborer with L. Krambach 
Lipsky Frederick, laundry, dwl 111 Broadway 
Lira Henry, clerk with A. Schumacher. L 64 Wash 
Lisbon Francisco, porter Hanks & Bull, dwl cor 

Commercial and Montgomery 
Lissack A. H. merchant, bds St. Nicholas Hotel 
Lissner Louis, salesman with II. Bachman, dwl 

21 First 
Litchfield (Watson D.) & Codington (Charles P.) 

butchers, 55 Washington Market, dwl N s 

Bush above Kearny 
Little Archibald D. machinist, boards with Mrs. 

Elizabeth Cameron 
Little Cornelius C. N. harness-maker, S s Steven- 
son near First 
Little D. Mrs. dwl NE cor Dupont and Vallejo 
Little E. J. tinner, 80 Jackson, bds Hillman's 

Temperance House 
Little Francis, laborer, dwl N s Howard bet 

Third and Fourth 
Little John, tinsmith, dwl NE cor Bat and Pacific 
Little John G. ship-carpenter, dwl W s Ritch bet 

Brannan and Townsend 
Little Marian (widow) dwl .'57 Clay 
Little Robert A. liquor saloon, 18 Kearny 
Little William, ship-carpenter, dwl W s Ritch 

bet Brannan and Townsend 
Little William C. book-keeper with Parrott & Co. 

dwl Tavlor near Jackson 
Littletield John W. (Glidden & L.) dwl N s 

Perry near Third 
Littleford John T. (Morris & Co.) dwl S s Berry 

near Dupont, rear 
Litton Thomas, mariner, bds with W. H. Culver 
Livermore Chas. E. book-keeper with Redington 

& Co. dwl N s Folsom bet First and Second 
Livermore Elizabeth Miss, dressmaker, dwl E s 

Taylor near Washington 
Livermore Horatio G. dwl N s Folsom bet First 

and Second 
Livermore Horatio P. clerk with Redington & Co. 

dwl with 11. G. Livermore 
Livermore 0. clerk with Pioche & Bayerque, dwl 

N s Union bet Dupont and Stockton 
Livesey Thos. boarding, SW cor Powell and John 
Livingston Hry B. editorial dept Alta California, 

dwl 123 Sacramento 
Livingston Frank (Trieste & L.) dwl W s Powell 

bet Green and Union 
Livingston Jacob, tailor, 60 Kearny, cor Hardie PI 
Livingston Marx, merchant, office with Simon 

Brothers, dwl N s Green near Powell 
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Livingston Robert, bricklayer and plasterer, bds 

with Patrick McDonald 
Lloyd E W. at Briggs milk-ranch. Bush corLarkin 
Lloyd Elizabeth Miss, dressmaker, 156 Sac 
Lloyd George A. {Howes dk Co.) dwl S s Chest- 
nut bel Stockton and Powell 
Lloyd John Q. seaman, bds Pacific Exch. Stewart 
Lloyd Reuben II. attorney-at-law, office with 
" McDougall & Sharp, 101 Merchant, dwl X s 
Folsom bet Harris and Simmons 
Lloyd Saml. H. book-keeper with Gushee & Elder, 

' dwl 269 Stockton 
Lloyd Thomas 0. salesman with S. Altman, dwl 

Posl bet Mason and Taylor 
Lloyd William, prompter, Maguire's Opera House 
Lloyd William H. machinist with J. C. Ayers, 

dwl X s Jessie near First 
Lloyd Win. 0. cabinet-maker with John Wigmore 
Loane Abin. laborer with Hobbs. Gilmore & Co. 
Loane C. 0. bds What Cheer House 
Loane John M. jeweler, bds Metropolitan Hotel 
Lobb William, botanist, 28 U. S. Ct. Building 
Lobe Simon, jewelry peddler, dwl S s Green nr 

Stockton 
Lober Leopold, miner, dwl W s Dupont between 

Sutter and Post 
Lobree Isaac, clothing, 39 Pacific 
LUC AX {Frank) & CO. {Herman Searing) 
worsted and fancy goods, 179 Clay, dwl 
XE cor Francisco and Midway 
Lochman Morris, merchant, dwl 133 Bush, rear 
Locke Elisha. laborer with Henderson & Brown, 

dwl Bay State Row 
Locke Royal P. book and job printer, 114 Bat- 
tery, dwl 64 Sansome 
LOCKE (S. Morris) & MONTAGUE ( W. W.) 
importers tin-plate, tin-ware, etc., 100 and 
102 Battery 
Lockhead John, engineer, dwl W s Priest nr Clay 
Lockman 0. M. real estate office, 87 Jackson 
Lockwood A. painter with Hanks & Packard 
LOCK WOOD {Albert) EWELL (P. D. F) & CO. 
clothing. Oak Hall, 178 Clay and 107 Mer- 
chant, resides New York 
Lockwood Christian (widow) dwl E s Brooklyn PI 
Lockwood George, miner, dwl 12 Clementina 
LOCKWOOD {Harvey J/.) & HEXDRIE {John 
W.) gents' and boys clothing, 176 Clay, 
resides New York 
Loder Richard B. oysters, NW cor Pacific and 

Stockton 
Lodge Wm. H. blacksmith, bds Branch Hotel 
Loohn Frank, American Hotel, 63 and 65 Mont 
Loehr Ferdinand, physician, SW cor California 

and Quincy 
Loewel A. butcher at 279 Dupont 
Loewy Wm. atty-at-law, office with Belknap & 

Bowman, dwl Virginia Block 
Loftis J. carpenter, Fort Point 
Loftus James, steward City and County Hospital 
Loftus John, shoemaker, 69 Pacific 
Logan Alex, harness-maker with Albert Wilson, 

bds 143 Mission 
Logan Daniel, stevedore, bds Columbia House, 

Stewart 
Logan H. C. stock and money broker, 1 62 Mont- 
gomery, Montgomery Block, dwl 167 Com 
Logan Sarah (colored) dwl Cadell Place 



Loge Charles, tailor, bds 62 and 64 Pacific 
Lohans Ernst August, barkeeper with George F. 

Bening 
Lohaus Henry F. T. bds with Geo. F. Bening 
Lohmann {Henry A.) & Moesta {John P.) cloth- 
ing, 183 Washington, dwl W s Third bet 

Folsom and Harrison 
Lohman John, porter with D. R. Provost & Co. 

bds New England House 
Lohmeyer W. at Gold Refinery, corner Brannan 

and Harris 
Lohr Charles C. tailor, 149 Kearny 
Lohse John F. with Lynch & Roeding, dwl W s 

Mason nr Union 
Loiseau Adolph, compositor Echo Du Pacifique, 

dwl 230 Washington, rear 
Lolor C. P. ( C. T. Header & Co.) 89 Front, dwl 

189 California 
London Alex, painter, 35 Montgomery 
London Robert, dry goods, dwl 213 Sacramento 
London William, garden ranch, Presidio Road 

op Lagoon 
LONG CLAUDE, hardware and fancy goods, 158 

Washington, dwl 8 Virginia nr Wash 
Long David, equestrian, dwl E s Salina Place 
Long Edward, machinist with Grover & Baker, 

91 Montgomery 
Long Henry, seaman, bds with F. W. King 
Long James H. ship-joiner with Jas. B. Wright, 

dwl cor Harlan Place and Dupont 
Long John, stevedore, dwl S s Market bet Stew- 
art and Spear 
Long Lewis, clerk with F. X. Kast. dwl 75 Cal 
Long Mathew, engineer steamer Eclipse, dwl E 

s Mason nr Greenwich 
Long O. F. liquor saloon, 194 Pacific 
Long Peter, gardener, dwl W s Kearny near 

Lombard 
Long S. (colored) laborer, dwl NE corner Vallejo 

and Mason 
Long Wm. porter with X. R. Lowell 
Longhead Wesley, laborer, bds Winthrop House 
Longknife William, laborer, dwl W s Brooks bet 

Market and Geary, rear 
Longridge Henry, steward steamer Columbia, 

dwl with S. S.Lewis 
Longrois Everest, clerk with H. Payot, 184 

Washington 
Longrois Jules {J. Bamber & Co.) SW cor Pacific 

and Sansome 
LONING (Henry) & FEUERSTEIN (Rudolph) 

importers and commission merchants, 50 

Front, res Bremen 
Lonsdale I. W. at D. R. Provost & Co. dwl cor 

Larkin and Green 
Lookayse Rafael, cook, dwl N s Vallejo nr Ma- 
son, rear 
Loomis Augustus W. Rev. Chinese missionary, 

dwl XE cor Sacramento and Stockton 
Loomis Dudley J. book-keeper with Coffey & 

Risdon. dwl Brooks House 
Loomis (E. J.) & Miller (J. F.) produce commis- 
sion. Washington nr East, res Sacramento 
Loomis Pascal (Eastman k L.) dwl 151 Clay 
Loomis Riley, drayman, bds Brooks House 
Loomis Roland, teamster with T. Ellsworth 
Loomis Wm. E. clerk with M. Ullman, dwl 95 

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LOOP (Sidney J.) h 80MER8 ( Don 0.) Tehama 

Market, NTS 0OT 8 >nd :i n< 1 Tehama, dwl 

\W cur Second and Bryan! 
Lope/. Jesus, cleaner cigars, l7:i Sansome 
Lorber Joseph, clothing, L06 Merchant 

Lord 0. 8. salesman with lilaekman. Howard ft 

Co. dwl N s Tehama bel Pirsl and Second 
LORD D. s. A 00. (0. .1. Mendon) importer! 

paper, 97 Battery, dwl Virginia Block 
Lord ERjah, Bhip-carpenter, dwl Winthrop House. 

Mission 

Lord Joseph A. messenger Wells. Forgo k Co. 

Lord Margaret, domestic with John Walton 

Lorenzen Dandlef (M. 11. Pouison dk Co.) dwl Xs 
Commercial bel Mavis and I>nimm 

Lorie John, bdfl 62 and CI Pacific 

Loring A. L. wood, coal and lumber, 244 Wash, 
dwl E s Powell. S of Washington 

Loring Asa L. jeweler, dwl E s Powell between 
Washington and Clay 

Loring Daniel, hostler with Skelly & Co. dwl S s 
Stevenson nr Second 

LORIXG (Geo. Y.) & MASON (Wra. C.) gro- 
ceries. XW cor Bush and Taylor, and SW 
cor Taylor and Clay 

Loring Jesse, baker with Cammet & Kauce 

Loring John, blacksmith with Albert Folsom 

Loring Sarah F. Miss, teacher Union St. School 

Loting Simon, drayman with Ilobart & Brother 

LORIXG WILLIAM P. wines and liquors, 72 
Merchant, dwl 68 Merchant 

Lorins Francis, painter, dwl E s Powell nr Green 

Lorkin Thomas, drayman, dwl W s Ritch bet 
Folsom and Harrison 

Lorquin Pierre, taxidermist, dwl 198 Cal, rear 

Lortie Edward, fruit and confectionery, dwl 213 
Dupont 

Lothrop John J. (English & L.) dwl NW corner 
Bush and Sansome 

Lott Charles F. (Dickson, Be Wolf & Co.) dwl N 
s Greenwich nr Dupont 

Lott Enoch, carpenter, dwl E s Hubbard near 
Howard 

Lottau John, waiter, bds with Wm. Starrs 

Lottritch John, saloon, 208 Kearny 

Loucks Orlando, produce commission, 7 Clay, 
dwl S s Perry bet Second and Third 

Loucks (Richard) & Nihoff( Peter) manufacturers 
Cronk's beer, S s Mission bet First and 
Fremont 

Loud Alfred, bds with Mrs. Harriet Loud 

Loud Harriet (widow) dwl S s Riley bet Taylor 
and Jones 

Loud Joseph E. contractor City and County Hos- 
pital, SW cor Stockton and Francisco 

LOUD (Warren) HOSMER (Charles) & CO. 
(A. W. Snyder) importers and jobbers 
wines and liquors, 91 Front, dwl with Rus- 
sell Card 

Louden Robert H. clerk with A. Austin & Co. 
dwl 213 Sacramento 

Louderback (A.) & Anderson (James) game and 
poultry, 5 and 6 Washington Market, dwl 
XE cor Eddy and Leavenworth 

Louderback Davis, student with Hall McAllister, 
dwl 9 Virginia 

Louderback Sophia M. (widow) dwl S 8 Clemen- 
tina bet First and Second 



Louden Edward, dwl 190 California 

Lougee James \v. sign-painter, L21 Sansome, 

dwl L'Ot Stockton 

Lougej Win. knife-machines, bds What Cheer 

House 

Loughlin George K. melter at U. S. B. Mint, dwl 

L28 Stockton 
LOUghrin Miles, produce, dwl SWcor I larris and 

Harrison 
Louinger John, waterman, dwl X s St. Charles 

nr Kearny 
bonis Charles, actor, dwl X s Sntter cor Clara 
Louis Leon, with Victor Cartier, dwl SB cor 

Broadway and Dupont 
Louis M. boots and shoes, 128 Commercial 
Louis Meyer, tailor, 14 Sacramento 
Louisson Morritz, salesman with Xenstadter 

Brothers, lids SB cor Sansome and Cal 
Lount Daniel L. bds with A. D. Mansfield 
Loupe Leopold (H. Levi & Co.) dwl Sacramento 

nr Kearny 
Lourcn Blair, attorney, dwl with Mrs. J. Jordan, 

W 8 Stockton nr Lombard 
LOVE [Harlow S.) &. WATTSt >X (John V.) at- 

torneys-at-law, 101 Merchant, dwl X s Te- 
hama bet First and Second 
Lovejoy Alphonse, teamster, dwl Clay above 

Powell 
Lovejoy Alfonso J. teamster, dwl S s Ewer near 

Mason 
Lovejoy Howard B. seaman, dwl E s Ritch bet 

Folsom and Harrison 
LOVEJOY R. B. (J. Everding & Co.) dwl 50 

Clay 
Lovejoy W. painter, 71 Davis 
Loveland Lafayette, broker, XE cor Montgom- 
ery and Clay, dwl SW cor Greenwich and 

Larkin 
Lovell Edward C. accountant with Samuel Price 

& Co. dwl NE cor Jackson and Battery 
Lovell James C. clerk, bds with Mrs. Deborah 

Swift 
Lovell James M. clerk with Samuel Price & Co. 

dwl E s Powell bet Clay and Washington 
Lovell Lewis E. mariner, dwl 139 Jackson 
Lovely George, boarding, S s Pine bet Dupont 

and Stockton 
Lovely Horace, dwl with George Lovely 
Lovely M. H. pressman Commercial office, dwl 

SW cor Pine and Dupont 
Lovely Xoble, printer with S. H. Wade, dwl 189 

Pine 
Lovering Reuben F. (Hamilton & L.) dwl 111 

Montgomery 
Lovett Charles J. captain bark Yankee, with Mc- 

Ruer & Merrill 
Lovett W. E. agent Hughes' Printing Telegraph, 

bds Tehama House 
Lovich Charles, clothing, 26 First 
LOW C. ADOLPHE & CO. (Charles H. Baldwin 

and Samuel Hort) commission merchants 

and insurance agents, 124 California, up- 
stairs, dwl with 8. Hort 
Low George A. book-keeper with C. Adolphe 

Low & Co. dwl with S. Hort 
Low William S. dwl with Leverett Swan 
Lowe Benjamin F. agent iEtna Insurance Co. 

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Lowe James, bds 19 Jackson 

Lowe Joseph L. grain, dwl 33 Natoma 

Ijiwe Thomas, office SW cor Clay and Leid 

Lowe Win. L. porter with P. P. Conro& Co. dwl 
s a Natoma bet First and Second 

Lowell Nathan R. Eagle Warehouse, XW eor 
Pine and Davis, dwl 21 Xatoma 

Lowenberg B. merchant, dwl Vallejo nr Powell 

Lowenberg {hador) k Clein (John) wood and 
coal, 55 Sansome 

Loweiihclm Julius, book-keeper with M. Speyer, 
dwl W s Stockton nr Broadway 

Lowenstein Isaac, hoots and shoes, 294 Stockton 

Lowenstein Jacob, laundry, dwl N s Yallejo nr 
Mason 

L o wergan B. appr. blacksmith Vulcan Foundry 

Lowndes Alfred S. treasurer S. F. College, dwl 
N s Bush bet Taylor and Mason 

Lowry Joseph, hostler with John Gardner & Co. 

Lowry Richard, dwl nr North Beach bet Taylor 
and Jones 

Lowry Valentine, hostler, dwl E s Ritch bet Fol- 
80in and Harrison 

Lowry Win. boatman, Yallejo Wharf, dwl N s 
Sutter nr Montgomery 

Loyer P. T. at 251 Dupont 

Loyes M. Mine, laundress, bds NW cor Broad- 
way and Kearny 

Lubber Henry, laborer, dwl 23 Drumm 

Lubeck Charles, commission merchant, bds with 
Mrs. If. H. Yates 

Lubey Mary E. (widow) dressmaker, dwl S s 
John nr Mason 

Lucas Fonticella (Delafont & Co.) dwl N s Yal- 
lejo nr Dupont 

Lucas John, carpenter, dwl N s Market bet San- 
some and Montgomery 

Lucas John (col'd) sliipsmith with W S. Phelps 
& Co. dwl 17 Drumm 

Lucas John (colored) blacksmith, bds E s Bat- 
tery nr Broadway 

Lucas John, carpenter, dwl W s Montgomery bet 
Yallejo and Green 

Lucas Joseph, laborer, dwl S s Filbert bet Mont- 
gomery and Sansome 

Lucas Marzell Miss, operator with Grover & Ba- 
ker, dwl Yallejo nr Montgomery 

Luce Franklin, seaman, bds Columbia House, 
Stewart 

Lucke Frederick, tailor with Lockwood, Ewell 
& Co. dwl Broadway nr Dupont 

Lucke H. boots and shoes, 188 Washington 

Luckhardt A. C. chemist, dwl 209 Clay 

Lucy Dennis J. barkeeper, dwl NW cor Davis 
and Yallejo 

Ludemann W. J. manufacturer cigars. 86 Wash- 
ington, dwl NE eor Davis and Jackson 

Ludington George C, SE cor Front and Cal 

Ludinuton John, cigar-maker with Inslee & Jo- 
seph. dwlSW cor Montgomery and Pine 

Ludlam Anthony, oysters, dwl NW cor Howard 
and Jane 

Ludlam James C. dwl with Anthony Ludlam 

Ludlow James. Deputy City and County Treas- 
urer. City Hall, dwl BE cor Powell and Cal 

Ludlow James, sea-captain, dwl 163 Mission 

Ludlow Wm. B. tinsmith with Dewit C. Kone, 
dwl 163 Mission 



Ludlum Cornelius, wharfinger Bdwy wharf, dwl 

N S Stevenson below Second 
Ludlum Thomas I?, book-keeper with Bradshaw 

& Co. dwl with C. Ludlum 
Ludwig A. carpenter, dwl 75 Bush 
Ludwig Frederick, clerk, dwl 346 Stockton 
Ludwig Otto, painter, dwl NW cor Bush and 

Montgomery 
Ludwigscn F. C. porter with M. Speyer, dwl E s 

Stockton bet Vallejo and Green 
Ludy Thomas, laborer, bds with Win. Hendrick 
LUEDKE RUDOLPH, watchmaker and jeweler, 

159 Washington, dwl N s Pine bet St. Mary 

and Kearny 
Luersen Ludwig (Fkkan & L.) dwl W s Clara nr 

Sutter 
Luf kin Joseph, contractor, dwl S s Merchant bet 

Drumm and East 
Luhden Lewis, groceries and liquors, NW cor 

Mission and Second 
Luhr Christian, painter, dwl W s Ritch bet Bry- 
ant and Brannan 
Luhr Edward D. painter, NE cor Third and Fol- 

som 
Luhrs Charles, porter with Dodge & Shaw, 94 

Front 
Luhrs Edward F. ( Tiencken <fc Co.) dwl SW cor 

Sacramento and Stockton 
Luhrs Henry W. grocer, dwl S s Clary bet Ritch 

and Fourth 
Luhrs John, clerk with John Schriber 
Luhrsen (Frederick) & Harjes (Deitrich) groceries 

and liquors, NW cor Francisco and Midway 
Luke Wm. bds What Cheer House 
Lull Louis R. attorney-at-law, 140 Clay, dwl cor 

Bush and Mason 
Lulofs B. commission merchant, 14 Clay, dwl cor 

Sansome and California 
Lulvennan B. bds What Cheer House 
Lum A. G. carpenter, bds What Cheer House 
Lum A. S. clerk Bank Exchange, dwl NW cor 

Greenwich and Dupont 
Lum James, musician, dwl 112 Bush 
Lum J. G. carpenter, lids What Cheer nouse 
Lnmadue Adolphus, cabinet-maker with John 

Wi ignore 
Lumley George, liquors and ale, SE cor Union 

and Battery 
Lunberg Peter S. newspaper carrier, dwl Hyde 

N of Green 
Lund Henry, clerk with Cross & Co. dwl 157 

Battery 
Lund Ole, laborer, NW cor Third and Townsend 
Lundborn David, assayer with H. Harris & Co. 

dwl cor Dupont and Geary 
Luney James W. painter with J. R. Kelly 
Lung Chu (Chinese) washing, 54 Commercial 
Lung Chy (Chinese) merchant, 166 Washington 
Long Wo & Co. (Chinese) merchants, 180 Sac 
LUX 1X0 NICHOLAS, banker. XK cor Sac and 

LeidesdorfV. dwl SW eor Pine and Powell 
Lunny Bernard, boots and shoes, 23 Jackson 
Lun Sing (Chinese) packer of rice, sugar, etc. 

190 Sacramento 
Lunt D. ship-carpenter, dwl E s Yansen near 

Lombard 
Lunt Daniel, dwl cor Pine and Leavenworth 
Lunt Daniel Mrs. dwl 112 Bush 



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Lunt James EL office 93 Front, dwl 8 a Riley bet 

Taj lor and Jones 
Luptcm Samuel L Deputy County Clerk, 12th 

District Court, iuls 186 California 
LuBcomb C. S. barkeeper, 17:; Montgomery 
Luak Albert, fruit . 51 Washington Market, dwl 

W s Kearny bel Broadway and Vallejo 
Lusk Chester D. livery stable, L56 Jackson, dwl 

Tremonl House 
Lusk Joseph, plasterer, bds Clinton Temperance 

House 
Luesey John (Oavdhlo & L.) dwl Es Dupont 

nr Sacramento 
Lust (> !o. (If> wry Frisch) manufacturer 

caps. 82 Sacramento 
Lustig Isaac (C. A. Fletcher & Co.) dwl corner 

Jackson and Battery 
LTTTGEN8 J. Lutgen's Hotel, 64 Montgomery 
Lutton Robert, carpenter, dwl E b Brooklyn PI 
Lutz B. saltmaker, bds 62 and G4 Pacific 
Lutz Ohristoph (Dieterle & Co.) dwl 6 Hardie 

Lux Charles, farmer, office 143 Kearny 

Lux Charles, butcher, dwl N s Howard bet 

Fourth and Fifth 
LUX {Henry) A BILSBEE {George B.) butchers 

and grocers, SE cor Powell and Wash, dwl 

NW cor Clay and Mason 
Lyford John, mason. Fort Point 
Lyle C>. Iuls What Cheer House 
Lyle Joshua B. speculator, dwl S s Howard bet 

Second and Third 
Lyle Thomas W. ('apt. office NW cor Front and 

Commercial, dwl 22